Discussion in 'Forum Requests and Voting' started by NSmith22, Jan 16, 2013.
Please add an Indianapolis team subforum to the NASL forum as we now have a team! indyprosoccer.com
Let's Go BRICKERS!
Yes. I believe in BYB.
I will throw my support in for this as well.
I think this works best when it is 10 people from Indiana that do the requesting, so far I count 6 (Assuming the guy with the UI avatar is from Indiana).
Seconded (or seventhed or something like that)
Support it is.
Can we get some more locals willing to post in the new subforum? It will make our job of pestering the Super Mods for a new forum that much easier (see Sacramento, Virginia etc).
I AM local for the new VA squad and it still didn't help with the obvious need for a new subforum. I'm not sure how it makes sense for the Super Mods to not add the new forum when a team becomes official. It's not like it takes much work.
I think they are sick of creating forums that no one posts in. Plus minor league soccer teams on average don't last long.
But its not my call, I have no idea what they are thinking. I just know if we can get locals, then there is less resistance to creating a new forum. Carry on.
In regards to the VA forum, there weren't really enough locals. Even when we asked for more, we got little response. If this is untrue, please let us know.
'Mon the Brickers.
Why are their Baltimore and St. Louis forums in the NASL Expansion section? St. Louis kind of makes sense, since there was the 1 season, but Baltimore was never even rumored for the league. The Loudon and Indianapolis teams are already announced, and Indy even has Peter Wilt behind it. There's no excuse for the laziness.
Actually Baltimore was rumored to "return" to the NASL. I don't make the rules. My point here was help the process along. PM the Supers if you feel so strongly.
Give me a subforum or give me death!
I'd love an Indy NASL forum. Build us a Brickers House!
I (Local) just joined this forum in support of an Indianapolis team subforum!
Thumbs up for Indiana sub forum.
I'm all for this.
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