The simple answer is no. This confusing, eyesore of a site is difficult to navigate and manage, but that is the least of it. What is simply unforgiveable is that the information is delayed, unavailable, or simply wrong. For example, in this chart, how can Real Salt Lake have played two games, and have a win, a loss and a tie?
Well, perhaps the confusion is that Real Salt Lake has actually played three games, but 48 hours after their third game was played, the score has yet to reach the MLSnet website:
Well, if I cannot get an updated score or a correct table, maybe I can get some stats? Guess not.
Maybe I should click on the player page and find out some interesting information about the fine lads who toil in MLS?
I don’t know which elementary school computer geek MLS hired to redesign their web site, but I hope they replace him with someone competent at some point this season.