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Major League Soccer has come a long way since its beginning. When it started in 1996, it could hardly be considered a serious soccer league. Most teams didn't have their own stadium, attendance was far from what it is today and the rules were just too different from real soccer for the MLS to be taken seriously. As the years went by, the MLS has evolved towards what's done by the rest of the world but never considered a promotion/relegation system despite all the critics. American soccer has often been criticized by the rest of the world for not adopting a promotion/relegation system. If MLS teams were to be relegated, where would they go?
|American Soccer Is Not Yet Ready For Promotion/relegation|
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