Tuesday, September 21, 2010

On MLS Roster Expansion

With the recent announcement of the MLS schedule expanding to 34 matches next year, something I speculated about when the 17th and 18th teams were awarded, there has been a bit of chatter about enlarging the rosters. Jason Davis, over at Match Fit USA, has a recent post on the subject. We won't even touch on what happens when the league expands to 20 teams.

Back during the CBA negotiations, I put forward the idea of unlimited home grown players on the roster with no salary cap hit. I also like the new English Premier roster rule that permits unlimited players age 21 or younger.

Other MLS Stuff

One Toronto fan's rant about next year's ticket prices.

How the DP's performed last week.
Are DP's good or bad for MLS.

Other Stuff

Miriti Murungi of Nutmeg Radio on why International Friendlies do matter.
Serie A: No strike, for now.

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