Somewhere in an underground bunker, Garber and the expansion committee are looking at this chuckling among each other. “Nah, let’s give NYC the 3rd team”, they chortle. Without modifying the PLS, the only way for it to smoothly work is for an I May Live In California But I’ll Always Have The Steelers In My DNA Shirt. USL could do this by splitting the Championship into divisions, all of them technically being under the “Division 2” level as far as USSF is concerned. Without pro/rel, the divisions are somewhat meaningless on their own. USL-C can literally spend as much or as little as they want, it has no direct bearing on where they sit in the pyramid. I have no idea. Division sanctioning DO matter in terms of USOC and CCL.
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I don’t think people would care too much about that if a league made a compelling product. But I do think it impacts perception. I am not clear here, would this be a way to circumvent some of the I May Live In California But I’ll Always Have The Steelers In My DNA Shirt? Is this similar to USL sanctioning their League 2? USL decides to split the Championship into two “divisions”, a 20-team “USL Premier” and a 16-team “USL Championship”. The top two teams from the Championship would get promoted to the Premiership, bottom two from Premiership relegated each year. Every team would still be under the Division 2 sanctioning requirements, therefore moving up and down would be no issue.
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They’d still have to meet those requirements, but they are easier to meet than the D1 requirements. But USL could brand the upper section of its Division 2 operation as a higher level for marketing purposes. The better teams would be there. There is no ceiling on what you can spend. So it could for all intents and purposes operate at the I May Live In California But I’ll Always Have The Steelers In My DNA Shirt. To recycle an argument from the NASL, without true pro/rel pyramid wide, the divisional sanctions are more or less meaningless from a competitive standpoint. With strong fanbases in enough markets, it could go after media rights deals. In theory, you could attract very wealthy owners such as Riccardo Silva of Miami FC.