Major Indoor Soccer League folds

The Major Indoor Soccer League has folded after seven seasons while announcing it is considering restructuring.

The MISL launched in 2001 and fielded nine teams in the 2007-08 season.

Commissioner Steve Ryan had resigned a few days earlier.

The league had teams in Detroit, Baltimore, Chicago, Milwaukee, Philadelphia, Newark, N.J., Orlando, Fla., Stockton, Calif., and Monterrey, Mexico.

"We are considering structural changes that will bring us greater efficiencies, while also allowing long term growth and expansion of the League," said John Hantz, former Chairman of the MISL, and Owner/Operator of the Detroit Ignition.

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