In most cases, season one will be a loser, but in season two with hard work can and should be able to at least break even. This is far from a get rich over night venture and the reasons for even wanting a team have to be more than just making money
"The Daily Buzz Reloaded" section seems to be explaining where they are at with their goals, a new section was added........today?
This is the link to their website.
Well I predicted 6 teams in the next 2 years, do we now have our third league starting up before the end of year 1? //www.oursportscentral.com/boards/ ... php?t=3087BarbaraPatterson wrote:Then I wish the well. My consern, not knowing Jerry, is that to many people are seeing the sales of these leagues, (AIFL, NAFL as examples) and think that they can startup a league and cash out in a few years. Not fully understanding the full startup costs, or the legalities involved with running, and starting a league.
I hope thats not the case but I think over the next couple of years, you will see 6 new leagues formed. We already have the EIFL and PIFL started this year, and the season isnt even over.
I could see a few more leagues in the future for teams that are getting away from the NIFL and AIFL. Though the EIFL will probably fail due to who is in charge. So it's looking like 2 more leagues that could come out and actually do good.BarbaraPatterson wrote:Well I predicted 6 teams in the next 2 years, do we now have our third league starting up before the end of year 1? //www.oursportscentral.com/boards/ ... php?t=3087
The GLIFL does seem legit and doing things the right way. I just don't see a team in the deep south being apart of the GLIFL.Tatonka wrote:There already is a league that is run with professionalism and integrity, one that responds quickly to their member teams' needs and is just completing their inaugural season with all 6 teams playing every sheduled game, without forfeits or replacement players.