by Liz Colville
In 2003, the U.S. professional women’s soccer league closed its doors. It has since reopened them, but the new organization, the WPS, faces an uncertain future. Meanwhile, Men’s Major League Soccer has continued to languish in obscurity, largely ignored by networks and sports fans. David Beckham was brought in to resuscitate U.S. interest in the sport. But will Americans ever join the ranks of soccer fandom?