I think we're lucky to have PLS that are based around the long- term financial viability of each team. Other countries and leagues aren't so lucky. I'm sure most of the bigger independent USL teams will survive, as well the reserve teams. If you look at the amount of money many teams are investing outside of the team itself its obvious that they're looking at a long- term investment. They should be able to weather a 3 month delay especially as they have October and November to add at the end of the season. Maybe they'll reduce the number of teams in the playoffs. NISA is a bit of a concern but surely they weren't planning to live on the meagre attendances most were getting and they must be saving costs on stadium rentals and player salaries. Most of the a UPSL, NPSL and USL L2 teams won't have started their sessions yet.