You probably think that MLS is perfect don't you? I bet you wake up every morning and give a cheery wave to the poster of Commissioner Don Garber that's hanging on your wall don't you? Yes, me too.
But before we get carried away in this love fest we should at least acknowledge that Major League Soccer does, very rarely, make some mistakes. I'm not talking about things that really matter of course, like the way they deal with international dates, or the playoff system, or the officiating, because I think we can all agree that everything about those things are just great.
I'm talking about the little things that they could change that would serve to make them even more wonderful than they are already, but before we head down that particular road let's take a quick look at last weeks poll which asked who deserved the most credit for the late comeback against Kansas.
Brazilian striker Camilo Servazzo came out on top with manager Teitur Thordarson the runner up. 13% nominated the Whitecaps fans (voting for yourselves to win; classy) and poor old Atiba Harris was last with a mere 8%.
Now here is today's puzzler.
What one small thing would you change about MLS?
The time given for a game is the time that it actually kicks off, not the time that some people wander on to the pitch with flags. (9 votes)
Scrap the National Anthems. They are just an excuse for some idiots to let out high pitched screams. (14 votes)
Settle on one system for designating home and away in the fixture and results lists. Put the home team first or second I don't mind. Just make sure everybody does it the same way! (20 votes)
Sell that spray paint the refs use. There must be myriad ways I could use it in daily life (although I can't think of any at the moment). (11 votes)
Publish a table that includes all the teams, in addition to the Conference standings, to make it easier to judge how each team is doing. (27 votes)
81 total votes