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Post by arenafan » Sun Nov 24, 2013 1:44 pm

Its good to see the AIF getting some semi-pro teams together to play indoor football. This will help develop some players that will typically never get a shot at the professional indoor football leagues like the IFL & PIFL. Hopefully each year the AIF will be able to produce a player or two to the next level like the IFL & PIFL. They should really look into partnering with one of those professional indoor leagues to be the official developmental league. It could really help lift the semi-pro feel of the AIF and maybe give it some credibility.

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Post by VinnyTheViper » Tue Nov 26, 2013 2:35 pm

For the AIF to possibly be considered as a developmental league for one of the other indoor leagues, both leagues, AIF and whomever, would have to mutually find benefit in the association. This means that the league would to be able to present itself as being creditible, right now, the AIF has a real hard time doing that. As long as Jon Morris has anything to do with the AIF, I can not see the AFL, IFL, or PIFL having anything to do with the AIF, way too much reputation and antics to overcome.

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Not Really

Post by arenafan » Sat Nov 30, 2013 12:52 pm

[quote=""VinnyTheViper""]For the AIF to possibly be considered as a developmental league for one of the other indoor leagues, both leagues, AIF and whomever, would have to mutually find benefit in the association. This means that the league would to be able to present itself as being creditible, right now, the AIF has a real hard time doing that. As long as Jon Morris has anything to do with the AIF, I can not see the AFL, IFL, or PIFL having anything to do with the AIF, way too much reputation and antics to overcome.[/quote]

This was not a serious post, sorry to mislead but it was a subtle jab at the fact that John Morris thinks his league is professional by playing in soccer complexes and getting semi-pro teams and calling it Indoor Football.

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Post by Hockey » Sun Dec 01, 2013 7:52 am

I laughed. No one got my similar joke. //www.oursportscentral.com/boards/ ... hp?t=20350

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