The NASL is moving forward with a search for a new commissioner after a rough offseason.
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U.S. Soccer approved provisional Division II status to both USL and the NASL for 2017, a compromise that may have saved the NASL while also acknowledging the USL’s impressive growth.
Negotiations are reportedly underway for the Cosmos to be sold and play in NASL in 2017.
The NASL may reportedly be heading towards two new California-based teams.
Sources tell SBI that the NASL is pushing for an eight-to-ten league team in 2017.
The future of the NASL continues to hang in balance after the Jacksonville Armada have reportedly terminated player contracts this week.
New York Cosmos chairman Seamus O’Brien has spoken for the first time since the team’s issues were made public.