What type of players would take part in a league run like a glorified Div. II college program? Questions that need to be answered: 1. Will the top internationals come play for peanuts and be displaced from home for 3 or 4 months. Especially with Olympic tune ups! 2. There comes a time when some of these young women have to decide, "do I continue to live a dream or do I get on with my life and get a job?" 3. Will soccer fans tolerate WUSA2 not having the best players on the pitch, just so that they can keep it "visible". Second rate soccer might hurt more than help!!! With the Internationals you will have to round out the rosters with lesser domestic quality. 4. Who is going to coach for basically no money. At this point Assistant Coaches will have to be volunteers. These adults have families to worry about. Can they hang around and wait, hope that it does in fact take off in 2005. Assistants made around 48,000 to 50,000 a year. Not this time around!! WUSA couldn't get Waldrum or Jerry Smith from their respective Univ.. when it was the best players. Who would do it now? Why not wait a year and do it right? After all, 1 year to get it right isn't all that bad. No World Cup, No Olympics, just a league with all the best players and coaches!!