Strong will have MLS commissioner Don Garber and Timbers owner Merritt Paulson on the show.
Hopefully we’ll get some answers in the show to some of the questions about the news below:
North America Gets a New Soccer League – the TOA! By Kip Kesgard at Oregonlive.com
Former USL-1 2009 clubs in Vancouver, Montreal, Carolina, Miami, and Minnesota will join a new professional soccer league, which will start play in 2010. The league submitted an application to the United States Soccer Federation to compete as a division II men’s league. [More]
Timbers face possible big changes in First Division By Geoffrey C. Arnold, The Oregonian
Portland Timbers owner Merritt Paulson is wondering what’s next for his team and the 2010 season after owners of six of the 11 teams in the United Soccer Leagues First Division announced their intention to form a new league. [More]
Salgaocar Sign Striker Mandjou Keita Outlook India
Keita, who was the top scorer in the ULS, second division league in the United States has already started training with the squad, is on loan from Portland Timbers and is expected to partner Nigerian striker Eneke Ikenwa upfront, giving more teeth to Salgaocar’s attack which lacked sharpness. [More]