You know how it usually goes is: A team owner sweet talks the public into putting up millions of dollars for a new stadium.
In return, we get to watch our favorite athletes do their thing — for a hefty price.
But people, and city councils, are souring on the idea of publicly-financed stadiums. Enter the owner of Orlando City. It's one of the newest teams to join Major League Soccer.
And it's owner, Flávio Augusto da Silva, came up with a clever way to raise the cash: foreign investment. It involves a little-known, but controversial, program called the "EB-5."