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It's amazing how one season to the next they word are near unbeatable and now they can't find a win. If this keeps going on it makes you wonder if you'll see wholesale changes. This city has locked onto soccer into a major way and that could lead to an MLS expansion team but I fear that poor play could lead to poor attendance so we'll see how true blue the Indy soccer fan is

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