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USL-1 Update

Well, there's some good news after the Blues' horrendous home loss to Minnesota Friday: The teams Miami FC is competing with for a playoff spot aren't much better.

As expected, the Blues start the week in eighth place and out of the playoffs, should the season end today. But Vancouver and Montreal are doing everything in their power to keep South Florida's team in the hunt.

On Saturday, Montreal lost to Puerto Rico 1-0, while Vancouver managed a scoreless tie against Carolina at home.

As the dust clears, Montreal and Vancouver sit tied in sixth place (26 points each), although the Impact have played one more match than Miami FC and the Whitecaps. The Blues are just a point back, although six of their last nine matches are on the road.


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The PR vs Crew game should be a great matchup.

Good news for us that they are slumping, too... it's going to take a miracle to pull off a win on the road the way we are playing.

On another similar front... there have been interesting rumblings that USL is up for sale. Supposedly MLS had interest in buying but it looks like the price was too high for them. The frontrunners are some "private investment group"... do you know anything about this? What would this sale mean for Miami FC? For soccer in South Florida? Would love to hear some type of information on the subject...

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