I have blogged about indoor soccer a number of times in the past two years. I'll let you read some of my past stuff, but to quickly summarize, I went to my first Milwaukee Wave game in January 1985, and I have been going regularly since 1987... I estimate that I've seen 85% of home games in the last 20 years. I've been the Booster Club president, I've been the editor of the Booster Club newsletter, I attended one Soccer Solidarity convention (yes, there really used to be a convention for indoor soccer fans). I also - though not related to indoor soccer - worked in the press box for the Milwaukee Rampage for nine seasons and also the Milwaukee Wave United for one season. In other words, I've seen a lot of soccer players, teams, leagues, fans and media coverage come and go.
On May 30th, the Major Indoor Soccer League folded. The speculation is that because the league by-laws allowed defunct teams to have an equal vote on all league matters (as long as they paid their yearly franchise fee) and by the end of last season, there were more former owners without teams than there were current owners with teams. By folding the league and starting over, they ridded themselves of these owners without teams.
John Paul Dellacamera is a soccer announcer. Maybe it falls into the category of "You never forget your first", but he is the easy choice as my favorite soccer announcer.
Maybe a check into some of the lists (lower right of this page, but conveniently linked in this post) would give us an idea...