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admsghs27
Post #226
Tuesday December 2, 2014 8:01am

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Then what if Seattle would of gone to the final and won it. West Champs, supporter Champs, us open cup Champs, and MLS cup Champs who would go then ??

mmee
Culver City, CA
Post #227
Tuesday December 2, 2014 12:22pm

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Original post from skangles

Unfortunately the MLS is going in the wrong direction. Atlanta's team will play on turf and if Minnesota gets a club they'd also play on turf along with all three Pacific Northwest clubs and the Revs.


crap's sake

skangles
DC
Post #228
Tuesday December 2, 2014 4:17pm

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Original post from admsghs27

Then what if Seattle would of gone to the final and won it. West Champs, supporter Champs, us open cup Champs, and MLS cup Champs who would go then ??


If a team qualifies multiple times or if a Canadian club is in one of the qualification spots then the US team with the next best regular season record qualifies.

If Seattle would have won the MLS Cup then LA and RSL would qualify as the two teams with the next best records.

RSL can still qualify this year with a Galaxy MLS Cup victory because they have the fourth best regular season record and the three teams ahead of them are already qualified.

2tone
Ten-Towns
Post #229
Tuesday December 2, 2014 4:53pm

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Original post from skangles

Unfortunately the MLS is going in the wrong direction. Atlanta's team will play on turf and if Minnesota gets a club they'd also play on turf along with all three Pacific Northwest clubs and the Revs.


Actually there are two strong Minnesota bids. One is the Minnesota United paired up with the Twins ownership who wants to build a soccer Specific Stadium with grass. There are a number of key Minnesota politicians on this groups side.

The second is Sygi Wilf who owns the Vikings.

If I was MLS I would go with the Minnesota United and Twins bid.

Portland has stated that they are going to be moving to grass within the next few years.

skangles
DC
Post #230
Wednesday December 3, 2014 12:46am

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Original post from 2tone

Actually there are two strong Minnesota bids. One is the Minnesota United paired up with the Twins ownership who wants to build a soccer Specific Stadium with grass. There are a number of key Minnesota politicians on this groups side.

The second is Sygi Wilf who owns the Vikings.

If I was MLS I would go with the Minnesota United and Twins bid.

Portland has stated that they are going to be moving to grass within the next few years.


I didn't realize that, the United + Twins efforts sound interesting. I'll have to read more about it.

I was only aware of Wilf's efforts which would have the team play at the new Vikings stadium. The twin cities would be a great location for an MLS club but these bids to play at NFL stadiums are nauseating.

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