I suppose I was making an assumption regarding who would be in charge of marketing and technology. Point taken. Let me rephrase: The fact that the people currently in charge will remain involved in some fashion does not fill me with hope and joy.
It's not a fact. It's an assumption. They might. They might not.
I agree that it is a tough road in the best of circumstances, but I do expect more than I see. Better presentation and professionalism. A league website that is not wholly embarrassing for instance.
And yet...this is about the best one they've ever had. What's embarrassing about this one? This league has been behind the curve on a lot of things for a lot of reasons (among them money and vision), but, again, if you're looking at it from the perspective of someone who just dropped in, I would invite you to have a longer view of the situation.
And as far as your last point goes, late to the party is the correct answer. I've never pretended otherwise. I started paying attention to the Thunder and by extension the USL last year. But hey, thanks for making yet another of your posts gratuitously negative. Always a pleasure.
We aim to please.
Point being, your frame of reference is skewed if you don't have a working knowledge of where this organization has been and how much better organized it is than it was ten years ago.
Feel free to either offer your abundant talents to make things better, though.