Fla.From all appearances, the NBA Live Coins next closest market to being MLS ready is Orlando. Orlando City SC currently is drawing well over 6,000 fans per game to watch third-division soccer. That's obviously impressive. They've also made no bones about their desire to join MLS, have at least put together a plan for a soccer-specific stadium and seem to be doing everything right. Pros:


 There's an ownership in Buy MU Legend Online Zen place that is motivated, the infrastructure is quickly being built and there's a known fanbase. It also gets MLS back into the South for the first time since 2001.Cons: There's a big difference between having plans for a stadium and having a stadium. There's also a lot of difference between the kind wealth Phil Rawlins has and the kind of wealth MLS seems to be looking for.


Tampa, Fla.This one seemed to almost come out of nowhere and it's hard to know how seriously to take it. But a group of investors has announced that they intend to build a $480 million soccer facility that would include an MLS-quality stadium. They say they don't need any public dollars. Frankly, it seems a bit much to believe.Pros:


Well, if this group is really prepared to spend nearly $300 million on a state-of-the-art soccer stadium, that's great. There's an established soccer community in Tampa, although this is unaffiliated with the NASL's Tampa Bay Rowdies. It gets MLS back into the south.Cons: If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is, goes the  https://www.mmogo.com/