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FILE - In this July 28, 2017, file photo, LAFC (Los Angeles Football Club) coach Bob Bradley poses in front of the Los Angeles skyline from the roof of the team's new Banc of California Stadium. Launched with 10 teams in 1996, two years after the U.S. hosted the World Cup, MLS expanded to 12 but cut back to 10 after the 2001 season. There has been steady growth since expansion started in 2004. Next year's total will be 23, already well over the norm for a first division, and the league is planning to settle at 28. (AP Photo/Greg Beacham, File)

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FILE - In this July 28, 2017, file photo, LAFC (Los Angeles Football Club) coach Bob Bradley poses in front of the Los Angeles skyline from the roof of the team's new Banc of California Stadium. Launched with 10 teams in 1996, two years after the U.S. hosted the World Cup, MLS expanded to 12 but cut back to 10 after the 2001 season. There has been steady growth since expansion started in 2004. Next year's total will be 23, already well over the norm for a first division, and the league is planning to settle at 28. (AP Photo/Greg Beacham, File)

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