FILE - In this June 5, 2012, file photo, then-Cal FC head coach Eric Wynalda smiles before a U.S. Open Cup fourth-round soccer match against the Seattle Sounders, in Tukwila, Wash. Wynalda and Las Vegas Lights FC are running a job search unlike any other on the Strip at the moment. Not that you would expect anything less from the United Soccer League team that partnered with a marijuana dispensary, dropped $5,000 from a helicopter as part of a halftime promotion and embraced gambling like no American sports franchise ever before.
FILE - In this June 5, 2012, file photo, then-Cal FC head coach Eric Wynalda smiles before a U.S. Open Cup fourth-round soccer match against the Seattle Sounders, in Tukwila, Wash. Wynalda and Las Vegas Lights FC are running a job search unlike any other on the Strip at the moment. Not that you would expect anything less from the United Soccer League team that partnered with a marijuana dispensary, dropped $5,000 from a helicopter as part of a halftime promotion and embraced gambling like no American sports franchise ever before. FILE - In this June 5, 2012, file photo, then-Cal FC head coach Eric Wynalda smiles before a U.S. Open Cup fourth-round soccer match against the Seattle Sounders, in Tukwila, Wash. Wynalda and Las Vegas Lights FC are running a job search unlike any other on the Strip at the moment. Not that you would expect anything less from the United Soccer League team that partnered with a marijuana dispensary, dropped $5,000 from a helicopter as part of a halftime promotion and embraced gambling like no American sports franchise ever before. Elaine Thompson, File FILE - In this June 5, 2012, file photo, then-Cal FC head coach Eric Wynalda smiles before a U.S. Open Cup fourth-round soccer match against the Seattle Sounders, in Tukwila, Wash. Wynalda and Las Vegas Lights FC are running a job search unlike any other on the Strip at the moment. Not that you would expect anything less from the United Soccer League team that partnered with a marijuana dispensary, dropped $5,000 from a helicopter as part of a halftime promotion and embraced gambling like no American sports franchise ever before. AP Photo
FILE - In this June 5, 2012, file photo, then-Cal FC head coach Eric Wynalda smiles before a U.S. Open Cup fourth-round soccer match against the Seattle Sounders, in Tukwila, Wash. Wynalda and Las Vegas Lights FC are running a job search unlike any other on the Strip at the moment. Not that you would expect anything less from the United Soccer League team that partnered with a marijuana dispensary, dropped $5,000 from a helicopter as part of a halftime promotion and embraced gambling like no American sports franchise ever before. FILE - In this June 5, 2012, file photo, then-Cal FC head coach Eric Wynalda smiles before a U.S. Open Cup fourth-round soccer match against the Seattle Sounders, in Tukwila, Wash. Wynalda and Las Vegas Lights FC are running a job search unlike any other on the Strip at the moment. Not that you would expect anything less from the United Soccer League team that partnered with a marijuana dispensary, dropped $5,000 from a helicopter as part of a halftime promotion and embraced gambling like no American sports franchise ever before. Elaine Thompson, File FILE - In this June 5, 2012, file photo, then-Cal FC head coach Eric Wynalda smiles before a U.S. Open Cup fourth-round soccer match against the Seattle Sounders, in Tukwila, Wash. Wynalda and Las Vegas Lights FC are running a job search unlike any other on the Strip at the moment. Not that you would expect anything less from the United Soccer League team that partnered with a marijuana dispensary, dropped $5,000 from a helicopter as part of a halftime promotion and embraced gambling like no American sports franchise ever before. AP Photo

Las Vegas Lights FC goes its own way in Sin City

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