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“We want to be a club that provides an alternative as well.”

The NASL, based in St. Louis, is one of the few NASL leagues left under the new team. But its success has made it difficult for players to adjust to the league.

“The biggest obstacle right now [is] getting to that level,” said Michael Pachter, a former professional soccer player for the US national team and now with USMNT, one of the teams who will play the USL club in St. Louis. “You’re doing your own things and trying to take some responsibility for those things.

“They’re obviously going to have to have some responsibility. Hopefully I’m not going to go around saying I played an NFL game and a B-level game in an AC in my 20s. It’s not a high-level game, it’s a subtype of it.”

Injuries were a major factor in the decline of NASL teams since 1996’s NASL Championship.

And there may be a silver lining in that situation, as Pachter feels it. The league has given young players a chance to go on to become great soccer players.

Like a mouse and a rockstar; and an athlete competing in every sport — sports is far too far out for that. A lot of the things you need to do in a sport to get in play are the same things you need for your job as a coach and as athletes.

“We want to be a club that provides an alternative as well.”

The NASL, based in St. Louis, is one of the few NASL leagues left under the new team. But its success has made it difficult for players to adjust to the league.

“The biggest obstacle right now [is] getting to that level,” said Michael Pachter, a former professional soccer player for the US national team and now with USMNT, one of the teams who will play the USL club in St. Louis. “You’re doing your own things and trying to take some responsibility for those things.

“They’re obviously going to have to have some responsibility. Hopefully I’m not going to go around saying I played an NFL game and a B-level game in an AC in my 20s. It’s not a high-level game, it’s a subtype of it.”

Injuries were a major factor in the decline of NASL teams since 1996’s NASL Championship.
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