Figure they already got railroaded by one sports league. Why make it two?Looks like one city possibly got eliminated from the expansion race.
MLS releases statement after St. Louis votes down soccer stadium funding | MLSsoccer.com
When did you start caring about the MLS or its expansion?Figure they already got railroaded by one sports league. Why make it two?
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Unfortunately St. Louis is in the same category like San Diego and Oakland, they keep losing there teams.When did you start caring about the MLS or its expansion?
St Louis can't lose what it never had.
They lost three teams already, btw. Hawks. Cardinals and Rams (NFL)
Once again, the future of an MLS expansion effort is in voters’ hands. Three weeks ago, the citizens of St. Louis decided against providing funding for a soccer stadium. Next Tuesday, the St. Petersburg half of the Tampa Bay metro area will decide whether the Rowdies’ bid will move forward.
All that now stands in the way of Beckham’s stadium and, therefore, his team, is approval from the City of Miami to rezone the former truck depot and, of course, the blessing from MLS.
Here a new look and update:So with 12 cities biding for the final 4 spots
Good - Cincinnati, Detroit, Nashville, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego, Tampa/St. Petersburg
Trouble - Charlotte, Indianapolis, Raleigh/Durham
Out - Sacramento, St, Louis