New USL Soccer Website Promises Expansive Team Coverage With Zero Depth

Phoenix, AZ - With the excitement of the USL season starting to build, Peter Khan finally launched his website USLSoccerNews.com with the express intent of trying to cover all 30 teams in the league, poorly.

WOooooooooooooooooo wait.... rhat's where Richmond is? Then, ok... wait Rochester is up by Toronto? photo: uslsoccer.com

WOooooooooooooooooo wait.... rhat's where Richmond is? Then, ok... wait Rochester is up by Toronto?

photo: uslsoccer.com

"USL Soccer News will offer expansive coverage of every single team in the league," stated Khan in between his morning meetings at his position with Avnet. "We will cover all the transactions, information, games, and interesting news stories to the best of our abilities that a staff of 2 can muster while trying to keep our day jobs and being unable to actually watch 1350 minutes of soccer each week."

While speaking to The Nutmeg News, Khan admitted that his website will really be unable to go into depth about anything that actually happens to most of the teams in the league given the time constraints of being an unpaid staff that is only doing this as a passion project. He also admitted that most of their stories would be scraped re-postings from regional journalists with a link to their actual newspaper story. However, he is adamant that his website and twitter account will be spamming your team hashtag soon, for unpaid writers and information about your team.

"We don't really have boots on the ground in Rochester, but there has to be someone out there that needs to get their words out onto the internet. We are going to build a coalition of writers so I can just sit back and edit, hopefully. I'm certain that this is going to work out. How hard can it be to create, edit, distribute and disseminate content on 30 different teams in two countries over the course of 12 months?!"

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Khan attempts to pass off ownership of the league after running out of energy to edit the site in roughly 7 months.