1.16.2009

And Then There Were Five: Atlanta Leaves Expansion Race

Survivor

Looks like Atlanta is the latest city to fall on Survivor: MLS Expansion Race 2011. Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank has put the kibosh on getting his bid's sh*t together in time for the next round of expansion but hasn't ruled out a push for 2013. This is on the heels of The Don calling St. Louis out for still not having pockets deep enough to earn a seat at this card game. Will they be the next to face elimination? Will they get a spin off show with fellow also-ran Montréal? Is Miami really the favorite or will Portland's minted owner's bail themsleves out and pay up on statdium renovation?

Tune in next time to find out!

5 comments:

Justsocccerjerseys said...

I just hope Miami doesn't get a team, haven't they failed enough?

Anonymous said...

Dude, it's a different ownership group in Miami and the Fusion had to play in Fort Lauderdale. Know your facts.

Anonymous said...

Two teams failed in Florida!

Anonymous said...

Go Portland 2011!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Andrew said...

3 different teams in Miami have failed, new ownership won't change that. MLS is Portland WILL work, and that Guardian "article" is trash, completely biased with no research put into it.