Hartford soccer team may have indoor season cancelled amid growing stadium fraud investigation

Today in Hartford soccer stadium debacle news:

But then, we are all winning a prize every day, which is the most entertaining sports ownership scandal since the time Nashua, New Hampshire evicted its minor-league baseball team for failure to pay rent by parking a tractor on home plate. Though Hartford still has time to top that one if it really works at it.


2 comments on “Hartford soccer team may have indoor season cancelled amid growing stadium fraud investigation

  1. Dang, too bad the NFL doesn’t work that way.

    We could pool together and buy an Arena Football League team, or an Indoor Football League team. Then after a decade or so, we’ll be playing the Bears on Sunday. I say we put the team in Terre Haute, Indiana. I’ll donate $100.

  2. It works in the other football:

    http://www.theguardian.com/football/blog/2015/may/26/fc-united-manchester-benfica-united-fans

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