Can Major League Soccer capitalize on World Cup momentum?

by Shareen Pathak
Two days before the FIFA World Cup ended, Major League Soccer made a proclamation. With a 30-second ad spot, a new campaign debuted Friday telling American soccer fans — many of whom might have started succumbing to World Cup fatigue – that the “world’s game” is here to stay. It’s a tall order for a historically beleaguered league.Read the full article

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