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Discussion in 'MLS: News & Analysis' started by jmeissen0, Oct 17, 2003.
Good overview on the Chivas "issue". If not handled correctly, this can be a isue which has the potential of tearing the league apart...
Also, I liked his earlier proposal about putting a team in Toronto.
Bringing in investeros from aborad to MLS is a good idea, BUT!!! Not from Mexico, their tooooo nationalistic, this idiot wants to by Atletico Madrid for the sole perpuse of putting mexican players in spain, since ON THE FIELD they can't do it, he'll just by a team and do it!!!!
NO TO CHIVAS IN MLS!! FOR ONCE MLS STAND UP FOR YOURSELF AND TELL THIS NUTBALL TO TAKES HIS $$$$ AND STICK IN IS TACO!!!
Where the hell did you get that from?? The reason he wants to buy A. Madrid is so he can market his Omnilife products.
I agree that we should not let one team operate by their own set of rules. If you going to be part of this league, then play by the league's rules.
Wheelock should try to get his facts straight re MLS roster rules:
Wheelock is correct on the SI and developmental player limits, but according to mlsnet.com,
Thus, depending on how many transitional internationals sign with other teams, Chivas de San Diego might well have 4 or more TI's on it.