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Wave scrambles as MISL goes through major overhaul

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The Milwaukee Wave, the longest running professional soccer team in America, is in a state of flux.

The Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) announced Monday afternoon that four members of its seven-team league have moved to the Premiere Arena Soccer League (PASL).

Consequently, the MISL is regrouping and said it may suspend operations for the 2014-15 season.

The Wave, led owner and President Sue Black, has said the sudden news will not affect the team's popular and successful soccer camps this summer.

But there was no decision yet on whether or not the Wave would be playing this fall.

According to the press release, the team now in its 30th year, will use this as "an opportunity for some much-needed restructuring of the MKE Wave franchise."

Registration for the camps and more information on the state of the MKE Wave team can be obtained at or call the team's offices at 414-224-9283.

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