After first toying with the idea of having the highest remaining seed play host to the MLS Cup Final, Major League Soccer has decided to hold off on such a change and will keep the 2010 MLS Cup Final at a neutral site.
The league has yet to announce where the 2010 MLS Cup will be played, but the New York Red Bulls' new stadium in Harrison, New Jersey has to be considered a leading candidate. Philadelphia is also opening a new stadium, but may not have the seating capacity necessary to host the final.
What do you think of this news? Hoping MLS eventually gives the higher seed home-field in the MLS Cup, or are you happy with the neutral-site format?
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