Blatter: MLS should switch to traditional schedule

March 10, 2009
MANCHESTER, England -- FIFA president Sepp Blatter wants Major League Soccer to switch to a traditional soccer schedule that starts in late summer and ends in the late spring.

Currently, several MLS teams share stadiums with NFL franchises and don't have access to arenas on many weekends in the fall. The schedule creates difficulty when players transfer from MLS to Europe and back and causes MLS matches to be played on days set aside by FIFA for national teams.

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