Michigan Bucks owner talks US Open Cup, pro team aspirations for Detroit

Posted by | May 16, 2009 | No Comments

Dan Duggan, owner of the USL Premier Development League’s Michigan Bucks, spoke with Kartik Krishnaiyer of Major League Soccer Talk and covered many topics with regards to his team, including future prospects for a professional team in the Detroit area. The first topic they covered is the US Open Cup and how important it is to the Bucks organization. Duggan discussed the Bucks and the results that have helped them become the most successful PDL team in Cup history, including a 2000 victory over the New England Revolution at Foxboro Stadium.

You can listen to the podcast on the Major League Soccer Talk website.

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