well ben dayan is definintly not a top Israeli players, so i wouldn't use him as an example. MLS has a wider range of talent, maybe because they grab most of the players accross the border.....dont' kid yourself. You say there's no such thing as an American style...but Israel did develop a style, it may not be so noticed but it has, and when I watch MLS games i don't think it comes close to a European or even South American level. I don't refer to the lack of positive atmosphere (which drastically bores the game) but the level itself just isn't that great. Here's something I don't understand, Donovan is one of your top players. He went to Bayern Leverkusen and came back with his head down after a short time.....what does that say about the general American player to the rest of the world? He's a good player, and theres no doubt about that, but I think with the exception of Keller (an amazing keeper) and Beasely then i'm not too impressed. McBride is decent, but he's getting old, and Eddie Johnson really annoys me....I think he still has ALOT to learn.
In General the MLS is young, and still growing. I would not say that you have a wider range of talent, it may be equal to us, but not wider range. The difference is our talent comes from homegrown Israelis as yours comes from players who are sometimes not even American. Israel has talent but it still hasn't learned how to take the talent and use it to the full potential. If there is the one and only thing Israel should learn from the Americans, its that Americans figured out how to use every ounce of potential they have with their limited resources while Israel still hasn't used even half of the potential.