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Mac Attack Part III: Having a Blast in Baltimore



This is Part III of a four-part series. Read Part I and Part II.  In the early 1980s, with the exception of the New York Cosmos, the NASL was losing its popularity, and soccer fans sought something new and exciting. Major Indoor Soccer League lasted fourteen seasons as the glue that held American soccer together…

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Greg Oldfield is a teacher, coach, and writer from the Philadelphia area. His fiction and nonfiction have been published in Barrelhouse, Maudlin House, Carve, and the Under Review, among others. He also writes for the Florida Cup and Florida Citrus Sports. In 2023, he received an award for Best Column from the United Soccer Coaches for his story "A Philadelphia Soccer Hollywood Story." His work can also be found at

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