Discussion in 'MLS: Expansion' started by Zimbabwe_National, Apr 20, 2007.
Jesters are Semi Pros and this seasons champs. Lol.
My boy Adam is on that team
They get paid?
From what I understand they can barely support the Hornets and Saints as it is.
Barely support the Saints? How? They've sold out season tickets for like 6 years in a row.
Pelicans is another story.
Woops, forgot they are the Pelicans now.
You understand nothing then.
Yeah, they were. They made a big deal out of it.
They did make a big deal out of it.
But who ya gonna trust? Me or the papers?
The answer should be me
I may as well go ahead and resurrect this thread. With Covid, with maybe a few others ahead in the pecking order, and I do not know if/when MLS will expand again, so there are hurdles in the way.... Nonetheless,
New Orleans might be a deceptively decent market to tap into for MLS, or for USL at least.
NOLA has the ingredients MLS wants from a club. Marketability. Outside of Las Vegas, New Orleans is probably the most attractive destination for a club that’s not already in the league. Although Detroit needs to be a frontrunner for a MLS or USL team - cold weather teams aren’t always a sure bet. Whereas, you get a fun, party city with a lot of cultural history in New Orleans.
Again, it might be more reasonable for them to start in USL. However, I’m curious to what kind of possibility there would be in New Orleans for pro soccer.
resurrecting the thread apparently allows grudge-f*** hate-quoting again, so thank you for that.
either that was elaborate performance art or the most stunning display of overestimated hubris ever.