Can you imagine if the NFL didn't own NFL.com?
Does anyone else find this highly entertaining?
While I was checking out a new soccer podcast, The Total Soccer Show, the latest episode got on the subject of English fans potentially being impressed by MLS with the increase in exposure overseas due to the Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard's arrival later this season and the new TV deal over there.
The conclusion was basically that Englishmen and pub dwellers will actually be impressed by the level of soccer being played in the colonies.
But does it make the league less credible when MLS.com isn't owned by the Major League Soccer? Or am I the only person who cares about this?
It's not like the EPL or La Liga are putting out these amazing online presences, and the MLS app is actually great, albeit not as great as last season highlights-wise after the new TV deal here.
But it still bugs me that a person in the US trying to learn more about MLS could type MLS into Google or take the flier on MLS.com and possibly just get realtor info instead.
This post is completely unimportant.