?“We have a 1,000 season tickets sold without a team name, without team colours,” said Wilt. “This is a great sports community.”
For four months, Wilt, the executive who brought the Chicago Fire into MLS, has been rallying the community and doing fact-finding meetings with potential supporters and sponsors. And all signs pointed to the fact that Indy would be a strong soccer market.
But, Wilt who, at the moment, is the franchise’s only employee, thought he might be leaving the job a couple of months ago. He was a candidate for the then-vacant Toronto FC general manager and president position, which eventually went to former D.C. United boss Kevin Payne.