SBI Wednesday Rewind: MLS to get new logo; hints suggest Miami MLS franchise coming along; and more

SBI Wednesday Rewind: MLS to get new logo; hints suggest Miami MLS franchise coming along; and more

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SBI Wednesday Rewind: MLS to get new logo; hints suggest Miami MLS franchise coming along; and more

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Major League Soccer has been using variations of its familiar boot-and-ball logo since the league’s inception. But that might be changing soon. Sources told SBI’s Franco Panizo that MLS will announce a new logo that will bring a new look to the league.

Meanwhile, David Beckham & co.’s attempts to bring a MLS franchise to Miami have not gone so well as every stadium site they’ve explored has had problems. But Marcelo Claure, a member of Beckham’s MLS ownership group, insists some big announcements are on the horizon and Miami will indeed have an MLS franchise.

And Sacramento Republic FC is making a big push to woo MLS executives when they visit the California state capital this week. Republic released renderings of a proposed stadium on Wednesday and announced that they signed an agreement for land where the stadium could be built.

Here is a rundown of all the stories featured on SBI Wednesday:

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER
Sources: MLS to unveil new logo on Thursday

Claure says announcements on Miami MLS franchise forthcoming

Sacramento Republic signs agreement for MLS stadium site, releases renderings

Curtin remains in coaching limbo as Union continue playoff push

Must-See Goal: Fabian Espindola

Soccer Wednesday: Your Running Commentary

U.S. TOURNAMENTS
Dynamic Dempsey-Martins partnership proves to be difference in Open Cup

D.C. United seize control of CCL group with victory over Waterhouse FC

CCL Preview: Red Bulls, Impact square off in vital Group 3 encounter

INTERNATIONAL SOCCER
Wednesday Kickoff: Rooney praises Ferguson; AC Milan facing potential Seedorf lawsuit; and more

UCL Rewind: Roma thrash CSKA; Boateng goal downs Man City; and more

UCL Preview: Bayern Munich, Manchester City set to clash yet again as group stage continues

 

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