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  1. Oklahoma City didn't have a soccerteam. Now they are about to have two: http://newsok.com/okcs-soccer-war-needs-one-winner/article/3858541 It's an interesting read, and I wonder how this will unfold. Damn, it's even funny if the consequences wouldn't be that tough. Think about it: apparently the USL (and PDL!) -franchises sign has a clause which prevents them from playing for another league (NASL). If the judge upholds that clause, it has big consequences. It would mean no more team could "naturally" develop anymore. To me it seems pretty logical for an owner to start with a low-cost PDL-franchise, see how that works out and maybe then move up the ranks to, for instance, the NASL (just like Oklahoma City FC intends to do). I always thought that some of the more succesful PDL-teams could make the switch some day to the PRO's, and then make the choice between USL Pro and NASL. I would even suggest it's in the interest of soccer-development in N-A to have that opportunity. And I even wonder if they can have this clause for their USL Pro-franchises, because most of the current NASL teams WERE USL Pro teams before the switch. Could the Rochester Rhinos (for instance) never join the NASL unless they cease operations all together and start all over from scratch? That would be bullsh<*$. Also, what's up with USL Pro anyway? They are desperately trying to prevent NASL expanding into newer markets it seems. If there's rumours about an new team, suddenly USL Pro announces a new franchise. It seems childish and above all, hinders the development of the professional game in Norh-America. What good does it do to have two teams in the Tampa Bay Area?
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