I must say, I quite like the cut of this Fake Sigi Schmid guy’s jib. I’ve just recently discovered him and I wish I knew who he was. (He’s much better than Not Doug Logan, who is apparently also Not Pretending to Not Be Doug Logan Anymore1.)
This is a good analysis of MLS’ single entity structure, with a very good conclusion: that no, it’s not something you do for a while to get up and running, it’s a structure you stick with long-term.
I do have a minor bone to pick, and it’s largely a semantic one, and I wouldn’t mention it except that I’ve had to point it out to another blogger over and over in increasingly not-so-nice terms. Fake Sigi doesn’t explicitly say this, but it’s only a matter of time before said blogger writes “See! I told you so!” and since my 2010 resolution is to not read anything at that particular website, I’ll just say my piece after the jump.