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Thread: MLS Coming to Montreal!

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    MLS Coming to Montreal!

    http://sports.espn.go.com/sports/soc...ory?id=5170713

    Where is Saputo Stadium? Is this where the Alouettes play, up on the hill?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    Where is Saputo Stadium? Is this where the Alouettes play, up on the hill?
    The Alouettes play at Percival Molson Stadium.

    It's great news that MLS is finally coming to Montreal!! Yippee!!!

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    Finally MLS..super news..soccer or true football as it`s really quote will be great here in montreal ,i was at last champion ship game at saputo stadium near olimpic stadium ...great stadium...and they will add more capacity now that it will go MLS...GO IMPACT

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    The Beautiful game World cup Africa 2010 is on it`s way JUNE 11

    Quote Originally Posted by eagerbeaver View Post
    http://sports.espn.go.com/sports/soc...ory?id=5170713

    where is saputo stadium? Is this where the alouettes play, up on the hill?
    the beautiful game start june 11 world cup 2010 africa....let the games begin..yes yes yes

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    Saputo Stadium

    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    http://sports.espn.go.com/sports/soc...ory?id=5170713

    Where is Saputo Stadium? Is this where the Alouettes play, up on the hill?
    Saputo Stadium. Southwest corner Sherbrooke East and Viau. Viau metro.
    LISA'S FRIEND

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    Soccer=Who cares?

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    Can anyone tell me if the game was on tv probably on a french network?

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    Anyone been to an Impact game? Does it draw well?

    I know MLS quality is not world class but curious if it is a decent take in on a warm summer night.

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    It's very good, the MLS improves every year.
    The fans are Wild and the food Is
    better than Bell Centre.

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    I have season tickets since first impact season in the MLS. I absolutely love going to impact games. Last year was a tough season but 2 years ago we had a blast.

    One game I went last season there was 5 player from quebec on the starting line up, and they won that game

    The quality of games improved a lot as we see more and more younger player (like Giovinco in toronto) who choose the MLS.

    Cheers,

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    On the 21 of May, the Galaxy and Ibrahimovic are coming to stade Saputo.

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    I go occasionally with my son.
    It is not yet close to the top leagues in Europe, but yes I can say that I enjoy the games and the atmosphere is great in the stadium.
    It is worth going, I will try to go more often.
    As Jalimon said they had a tough season last year and can only improve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiga View Post
    On the 21 of May, the Galaxy and Ibrahimovic are coming to stade Saputo.
    Zlatan just made a Hollywood entry to his first ever game with Los Angeles Enters the game with 20 minutes left and scores the tying and winning goal, how better could it be!

    I will be at stade saputo May 21!

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post
    Soccer=Who cares?
    Well said lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegreatwalooo View Post
    Well said lol
    Doc wrote that 8 years ago. Lots has changed. Maybe not for doc personally but for the popularity of the sport in America.

    MLS will surpass hockey in America within 5-6 years. It's a well managed league. Look at Atlanta that could not hold a hockey team is now thriving with their MLS team. New team in Miami next year. Quality is improving rapidly as many young players from south america, africa and mexico now prefer the MLS then B team in Europe.

    Cheers,

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