AIFL annual meetings over, no news

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AIFL annual meetings over, no news

Post by dogman » Mon Aug 14, 2006 11:32 am

I wonder if and when there will be any reports of what happened during the league's annual meetings. Who showed up....who didn't.... who's in....who isn't....will the stinkin we site ever reflect the correct teams....what's going on ?

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Post by preeths » Mon Aug 14, 2006 5:16 pm

I've been told to expect some AIFL news later today.

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Post by Minor League Man » Mon Aug 14, 2006 5:51 pm

Today, Tallahassee announces their name.
Tomorrow, the Springfield Stallions announce their membership.
Wednesday, Danville announces their name.

Do you smell a NEWS MARATHON?
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Post by preeths » Mon Aug 14, 2006 6:25 pm

There may be more to the news tomorrow as well.

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Will be plenty of news from revived AIFL

Post by eagle1 » Mon Aug 14, 2006 8:11 pm

Based on the reviving of the AIFL with the entry of Montgomery and Lakeland, I bet there will be plenty of news over the next few days. The NIFL has gone the way of the dinosaurs (or is the last dinosaur the one still in charge of the NIFL).

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Post by Tatonka » Mon Aug 14, 2006 9:05 pm

Danville will be the Demolition, end of suspense...
Tallahassee likely Talons, although I hear there is a lot of support for FireAnts...
and Springfield will be the Syracuse of 2007, mark it down now.

Meetings were done by phone, the owners cared so much about their investments that none could be torn away from their desks to attend a real face to face meeting.

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Post by Geoff » Mon Aug 14, 2006 9:19 pm

All these people in Tallahassee support the Talons but none of them realize they are joining a league with Tupelo, a city whose former team was the Fire Ants.

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Post by tony-o » Mon Aug 14, 2006 9:33 pm

"Tatonka" wrote:Springfield will be the Syracuse of 2007, mark it down now.


I think that the Stallions could work. They seem to have everything in place.

The LV Outlawz were a semi-pro team, so it can work.
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Post by Red Zone » Mon Aug 14, 2006 11:47 pm

"Tatonka" wrote:Danville will be the Demolition, end of suspense...
Tallahassee likely Talons, although I hear there is a lot of support for FireAnts...
and Springfield will be the Syracuse of 2007, mark it down now.




Like the Fire Ants name. They are pesty creatures. The arena's nickname is a given - The Ant Hill. Tallahassee Talons roll off the tougne easy, but the Fire Ants is a cooler name. Not too many teams around with that name.

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Post by Tatonka » Tue Aug 15, 2006 1:39 am

"tony-o" wrote:I think that the Stallions could work. They seem to have everything in place.

The LV Outlawz were a semi-pro team, so it can work.


It's not because they were a semi-pro team that they have been dissed.

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