Discussion in 'NASL' started by dmont, May 20, 2015.
Didn't see that coming so quick.
There was talk about them
I do not like it but i am not an owner and I do not get a vote.
Oh, good, another Eastern Time Zone club. One with no announced place to play.
anything in particular you don't like about it?
MLS is in the process of establishing their own MLS team, it is highly unlikely that Miami would support two professional teams. When it comes to direct head to head MLS vs NASL MLS will win every time, at this moment in time.
Actually reports say they will play on FIU campus. So cross that off the list! assuming it gets done
He owns a condo there with Nesta so he will feel right at home.....
Come on, they said they would play at a world class facility, what else do we need?
FIU or FAU?
Didn't we already do Miami FC?
They went from 0 to 4 clubs in Florida. Pretty good news for soccer fans of the state.
Yeah that article is funny. They try to position the leagues as competitors, but then in the same sentence reitterate that Miami FC has no interest in having an actual soccer stadium of their own and will instead rent a local stadium when they get around to it.
Just don't see how this survives once the MLS team begins play.
Really weird. NASL must think that MLS Miami is never going to happen. Otherwise they are just setting themselves up for failure.
For those looking for North American promotion/relegation, this is a step towards it.
Lots of N[DOT]A[DOT]S[DOT]L[DOT] in that article.
You beat me to it.
Now hand me back my drugs.
Please enlighten us as to why you think so?
Or provide us with the name of your crack dealer...
Ths NASL should concentrate on Sand Diego, Los Angeles or even Vegas.
I don't see it happening either . Things have changed quite a bit in the last 10 years in regards to American soccer so who knows....
Meth is worse.
I guess this Silva guy is related to the company that used to have mls international tv rights.
So there is that.
So everyone is making a big deal about the density of Florida NASL and MLS teams. If Hartford happens, you would have 5 teams within 3 hours of eachother. Granted Boston to New York is a huge market, but that is a pretty serious density. That could make for some interesting Open Cups.
When did they have 0?
I agree on Diego and Vegas, but not Angeles though. There are already 4 professional LA teams.
Where is Sand Diego?
What are the 4 you're talking about? Assuming "already" doesn't mean "future" teams.