Side not on those World Soccer Talk numbers this is how petty they can be when it comes to MLS reporting. So I remarked in the comments section asking them why the discrepancy over the reporting of the MLS Univision number for week 1 Houston vs LA Galaxy game? It was reported as 558,000 officially by a verified source Ian Thomas who got the numbers along with the +2 Demo share info from a Univision source. Ian Thomas btw is the journalist that puts out end of year numbers for MLS he works/worked for Sports Business Daily IIRC. WST reported 505,000 as the viewership which slid it just below a Premiership game on NBCSN. They also didn't list the complete viewership for the Seattle vs Chicago which was 350,000, they listed just 311,000. One could say maybe they don't include the spanish viewing number even though it was a simulcast, however that theory goes away when you realize they consistently do that for every other league and that the official viewing number was reported by ESPN for both games that week on the same media press releasing by ESPN Press Room which listed the LAFC-Inter viewership of 652,000 and listed the Seattle VS Chicago game as 350,000. When I reached out to them in the remarks section they deleted my post. I reposted and it'd stay up for a hour then they delete it again probably when they saw it reposted I played along maybe 3-4 times a handful of times. Lol can't make this stuff up. They will then put out articles on their viewership numbers out for news and discussion. To be clear this wasn't Christopher Harris, but Collin Werner this time who edits errr I mean puts out viewership numbers on that site.