You Be The Commissioner – What Would You Change?

HOUSTON - JULY 28: Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber looks on during the MLS All Star Game at Reliant Stadium on July 28, 2010 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

MLS Talk has been buzzing all week about the proposed changes to the 2011 season and the reaction to the most recent playoffs.  Some of this is spurred by Don Garber’s press conference and MLS Cup halftime show; some by the abysmal TV ratings and odd playoff pairings; and some by simmering tension over format and style in the US soccer community.

We’ve said our piece on a number of these issues (and you have reacted), and now it’s your turn to be the boss of MLS.

Below are the changes that Don Garber discussed over the past two weeks.  Let’s pretend YOU were named MLS commissioner today, and the board allowed you to adopt one change to MLS for the upcoming year.  You can choose from any of the changes announced in the past two weeks, as well as any considered or debated changes announced the past two weeks.  The board has only said that your goal is to “improve MLS”.  So……

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(Please note – this is an unscientific study of what are the most pressing issues for our readership, so take it for what it’s worth).

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