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At the same time he created a new approach to compiling squads which was adopted by many other North American League clubs.
In 1981, Gwyn flew across the Atlantic where he spent two years as a referee in the North American League.
Of the 126 professional sports teams in the five major professional North American leagues, 38 teams have shifted to renewable energy for at least some of their operations, and 68 have energy efficiency programs.
Former US national team goalkeeper Kasey Keller, who played in England, Spain and Germany before returning home and playing in MLS for the Seattle Sounders, said Beckham had been exactly what the North American league needed.
In a study of premier league football matches in Germany and basketball games in the North American league, researchers of the University of Groningen in the Netherlands have found that aggressive contact between players increases when opponents are more equal, the researchers said.
The North American League hierarchy were not amused and contacted the Diplomats with regards to banning me.
Pele will also be taking a seat as the honorary president of the Cosmos - the once legendary New York soccer team which failed along with the North American league in 1984, and now plays friendlies to try and reignite interest in the club.
If an offer to move up to a higher North American league does not materialize, King said he would consider packing his bags and heading to a league in Europe some day if a deal came along.