Tag: Lawsuits

MLS and Anthony Precourt Put Columbus on Notice

Andrew Erickson just obtained a letter from PSV/MLS to the City of Columbus/State of Ohio (Friday evenings are for breaking/dumping news) regarding the lawsuit filed to prevent them from moving the Columbus Crew to Austin. Let’s dig in, shall we? We’ll go through this paragraph-by-paragraph: Your basic summary. We […]

All’s Quiet on the #SaveTheCrew Front

This is a bit unexpected, though maybe not completely surprising. And things will probably change right as I publish this. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said on Counter Attack last week, that not only was he seeking a preliminary injunction to prevent the move of the Columbus Crew […]

NASL v. USSF: New York

Much like the CSI enterprise, with multiple franchises littered throughout the television landscape, there are no shortage of lawsuits involving US Soccer. The New York case, filed by the NASL in New York State Court, alleges that the members of the US Soccer Board of Directors breached their fiduciary duties, based […]

Columbus & Ohio Try to #SaveTheCrew

The move many thought was coming finally happened this week, as the City of Columbus and State of Ohio filed suit against Precourt Sports Ventures and Major League Soccer. The goal: Prevent the Columbus Crew from moving to Austin, at least without complying with local laws in Ohio. […]

Rocco Holds Court, and then Burns the House Down

Okay then. NY Cosmos Owner and NASL plaintiff Rocco Commisso just concluded conference call with reporters to discuss all manner of things happening in United States soccer. Commisso pulled absolutely no punches, leaving no doubt about his feelings about soccer in the US (“failed”), MLS (“phony”) or the […]

Putting Your Cards on the Table

We’re about an hour away from New York Cosmos owner Rocco Commisso’s conference call, where he will address the anti-trust suit, the New York state suit, the Cosmos’ future and the USSF election, among other things. Rocco has held court with the press a few times, as far […]