The current Major Indoor Soccer League is a national professional venture, and one of the nine teams is the Chicago Storm, who play in the suburbs. Over at Chicago Sports Weekly, I look at the experience of the game, consider the impressive surroundings, and wonder if they couldn’t do away with the dry ice and let the game’s beauty shine instead.
All in all, it was a fun experience, but I’d rather see more focus on the style of the soccer than of the cheerleaders, bless ’em. I’d be interested in any thoughts on the column and on what indoor soccer is like, wherever you are.
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