MLS betting fans have much to ponder as the 2008 season approaches.
Not necessarily one of the top leagues in the world when it comes to soccer betting the MLS is one of the best kept secrets and MLS betting is winning over new converts every year. With the new season on the way there has never been a better time to give MLS betting a shot.
MLS betting is a relatively new creation in the soccer betting world and as such enjoys a much lower profile than many big name leagues like the Primera Liga, the Seria A, or the English Premiership. MLS betting also lacks in big name sponsors, huge fan bases and especially international acclaim. But all that is slowly changing and MLS betting is making all the right moves in order to propel itself into the upper echelon of soccer betting.
Last year MLS betting made major headlines all around the world when MLS betting franchise the L.A. Galaxy lured David Beckham to the league. For those not in the know, Beckham is one of the most popular athletes in any sport in the world and his move to the MLS betting club gave it -and the MLS betting league- more publicity than it could have ever imagined. The Chicago Fire followed up that signing with a major MLS betting coup of its own when it netted former Mexican striker Cuauhtémoc Blanco. And of course the New York Red Bull’s signing of Juan Pablo Angel before the season gave MLS betting a huge boost.
But the excitement in MLS betting is not due simply to the recruiting of big name talents. In the past few years the MLS as a league has inked deals to participate in international competitions and the teams themselves have begun embarking on international tours. All of these moves have added to increased MLS betting appeal.
The style of play in MLS betting is also some of the most fast-paced scoring oriented action you’ll see in all of soccer betting. With great players, great teams, and great coaches it’s only a matter of time before MLS betting joins the leagues atop soccer betting’s pedestal.
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