Joining the big leagues
If MLS was a publicly traded company, now would be the time to buy stock.
Entering its 16th season, MLS is fortifying its position. While profitability may still be a utopia -- just six of 16 returning clubs are thought to have had a break-even season in their existence -- the league may soon acquire something much more valuable: relevance. Relevance in the larger soccer universe and relevance in the American sporting landscape.
Factors which will inevitably boost ...
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