Fox Sports Soccer analyst Brian Dunseth, captain of the 2000 Olympics United States men's soccer team and a host on Sirius XM FC radio, joined The Ryan Kelley Morning After on Wednesday to discuss St. Louis as a potential MLS expansion city.
Read a couple excerpts and listen to the full interview below (starts about the 16:40 mark):
How do you view the current controversy involving public funding going toward a new soccer stadium in St. Louis?
"I know it's still an evolving situation. From a soccer perspective, I think it's a bit unfortunate. But I understand the environment we're at...people in charge have a different perspective on government funding and how much money is being pushed to a soccer stadium."
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On St. Louis as a potential MLS expansion city:
"I don't see how Major League Soccer can't choose St. Louis as one of the future expansion teams....There's too much history. The geography aspect of it makes sense...to