MISL in Austin, TX

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MISL in Austin, TX

Post by IronLionZion » Sun May 06, 2007 1:13 pm

This MISL needs a Texas Franchise why would you put a team in Mexico going past ALL the potential cities in texas and the cities I'm speaking of are . .

El Paso
San Antonio
Houston
but most importantly . . AUSTIN

Well gee why not put a squad in Austin hell I even though of a decent team name the Austin Renegades . . . not too cheesy and I think it describes most of the people in the city as well since everyone here is themselves KEEP AUSTIN WEIRD . . .

Seriously though . . . the Frank Erwin Center is a more than ideal place to let an MISL Franchise play . . . with a capacity of 16755 and decent attendance from the Austin Wranglers of the AFL whom currently play there . . why not?

But Monterrey though?

I mean this was a city that played in the WISL a league that WENT UNDER you're telling me you'd give Monterrey, Mexico consideration before Austin which is a mid-market city not a major city and trust me you put up a few banners or advertise enough along I-35 and get 101.5 (Austin's Alternative Rock station) wiv an advertising contract and you got youself at least 8-10,000 for a game . . . EACH game

Austin would be a perfect spot for MISL's 10th team but the monterrey squad as far as I'm concerned could be in let's see Atlanta, Seattle, The Carolinas even???

And I almost forgot to mention the FE center is located CONVENIENTLY on the Univ. of Texas campus right on red river street I'm sure students and citizens alike would enjoy a nice indoor soccer game . . . every once in awhile

but then again . . .

it's fun to dream . . .

discussion is more than welcome . . .

blessings to all . . .

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Post by Pounder » Mon May 07, 2007 7:23 pm

Monterrey has investors. Texas does not. End of story.

Mind you, I don't think the MISL is a wise investment right now.

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Post by bomp » Thu Jun 21, 2007 3:41 am

All an investor has to do is call up Stevie-Boy and he'll take your money. He isn't good for much but he is good about taking an owners money.
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Post by hawk174md » Tue Apr 22, 2008 3:57 pm

Austin would be a good place for an MISL team. Dallas once had an indoor soccer team (as did Houston). Why not consider San Antonio or even Fort Worth for an MISL team?
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Post by Pounder » Tue Apr 22, 2008 5:01 pm

Investing in MISL would be pretty dumb right now, especially if rumors of a breakaway league are well-founded.
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Post by Paul S » Wed Apr 23, 2008 10:49 am

Pounder is right - MISL is nobodys interpretation of a strong league
Bomp is right - Anyone can call MISL from Austin and get a team. Its not like MISL is turning people away.

All Austin (or anyone else) needs is to call MISL. They'll be jumping all over themselves to sign up Austin.
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