A local group of investors says New Orleans is ripe for a Major League Soccer team, and a study is under way to see if the people of this city can support it. Right now the city hosts the New Orleans Shell Shockers. That's the soccer equivelant to a Double-A baseball team. Kenny Farrell, the Shell Shockers Head Coach, is one of the leaders trying to bring a team to New Orleans. Organizers say the growing Hispanic population and the popularity of the game as a whole here make it right to try and lure a M-L-S team to New Orleans. Attorney Cesar Burgos says, "We're setting the stage the region is ready for something like this....a franchise of that kind." Farrell says one of the requirements would be a 20-thousand seat stadium. He said the group has it sights on two locations: Algiers and City Park. Right now Farrell said the stadium would be privately funded.