04 November 2005

The Real [Estate] World

The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel carries details of how DC United ownership figure William Lauterbach is involved in the details of a proposed stadium/real-estate deal for an expansion Milwaukee MLS team. Apparently, while things are looking (cautiously) up for Poplar Point, they are looking a little less rosy in Wisconsin.

And, courtesy of East Central Indiana's Star Press, a story of another DC United Triumph (look under "Local Notes"). I'm not sure what this means, but I like the idea that local U12 are taking the names of MLS teams. That's very cool. I remember when I played baseball with the "Dynamic Ceramic Corp. Orioles" I'd much rather have played for DC United. If there had been a DC United when I was nine.


At 04 November, 2005 10:21, Blogger maradawga said...

Hrm. That's interesting. I thought that Milwaukee was just sort of rolling along.

With the expansion announcement supposed to happen during the Don's speech next Friday, I'm curious as to whether or not we're going to go unbalanced with 13 teams in 2007 or if there's a mystery candidate we know nothing about.

Last year at this time none of us thought Salt Lake was getting a team. Next Friday is going to be very eeenteresting.

At 04 November, 2005 15:44, Blogger Tim Froh said...

Hey d, I just updated my blog (finally). Thanks for the concern, but I've just been very, very busy. Hope you're not still reeling from the D.C. loss last Sunday. Believe me, it would have been so much easier for me to deal with the Earthquakes loss if I actually knew they'd be able to get revenge next season.


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