MLS commissioner Don Garber with Ray Ratto
Don Garber MLS commissioner making the tour. And is here I guess to see. Where the earthquakes are where they're heading as part of the David who this week is now where it's going to be in ten years is this now a more important franchise. To the league because. Of the success you've had in Seattle Vancouver. Portland and LA and in the because in the past. The quakes have been an afterthought endlessly. I'm certainly too low -- Do they become more vital now because they're surrounded by a viable mutual encouragement. And I think that's part of it grain and it is a big part of it is you've got. Ownership here that so I try to get a building built and I think those things are important to leave because it creates real permanence and haven't left this market there was skepticism about the permanence of the league. The -- SL folding in leaving many many years ago. And it is as close as we can be and any other club to this great rival we have in the Pacific northwest so I think that makes it important. John Fisher is a guy that's at the future. Of of this league enough of this club it's just. How how old he is and at what he.
Garber talks with CSN's Senior Insider about the future of the Earthquakes and where the MLS will be in 10 years.