On Wednesday afternoon, FC Cincinnati President Jeff Berding said the process to win an expansion franchise award is an ongoing process with MLS, not just one meeting with league officials.
It looks like Detroit's bid for its own Major League Soccer team might be a miss.
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Several other cities are vying for future MLS expansion, with Cincinnati, Sacramento, and Detroit as the furthest in the running for the next team announcement, The Washington Post reported. That means there is only one expansion team left to be awarded.
A second expansion team will go to Cincinnati, Sacramento or Detroit. The new teams will not begin play until 2020.
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The Bee's editorial board added that "Republic FC fans will be sorely disappointed if there's no expansion franchise this time around".
MLS Commissioner Don Garber, Nashville Mayor Megan Barry and Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam are among those slated to attend what the league called a "special announcement" at the Country Music Hall of Fame at 4 p.m. Wednesday. Initially, the bid - backed by Quicken Loans' Dan Gilbert and the Detroit Pistons' Tom Gores - involved an MLS-specific stadium to be constructed at the downtown site of Wayne County's scrapped "fail jail" project. It shouldn't be. Both Sacramento and Cincinnati deserve to join Nashville in the MLS party. Now.
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Falling into the consolation bracket, though, won't sooth the disappointment of Cincinnati or Sacramento fans if their city loses out.