Just read that Ted Rogers is looking to become part owner of the Leafs. Meaning that the major team in Toronto, the Leafs, will now be in a partnership with all the other sports franchsies in Hogtwon, except for of course, the Argos.
Meaning that they will be on the outside looking in on this partnership. Who now have access to the Leafs millons to prop up their failing franchises. And can also use the Leafs millions to chase their NFL team.
So the Argos will be playing in a stadium owned by all the other teams. Who don't want them there. Because they want to bring in the NFL.
And much to their chagrin, the Argos aren't dying, but are in fact regaining their fan base. Which interferes with the grand plan they have of a partnership of all the American major sports, plus the Leafs.
So whats to stop this group from using their monopoly to sabotage the Argos franshcise? By kicking them out of the Skydome, and not allowing them to use BMO field?
If that happens, the Argos would have no where to play, and the team would virtually be dead in that city.
You may laugh, but I can see this scenario happening.
Because why wouldn't MLSE or Rgoers want part of the ARgos if all things were equal?
But they don't. And I think theres a reason behind it. They want to kill the franchise to make room for the NFL.
The CFL better take notice here. Because they're slowly being swindled by Rogers and Tannenbaum. And I wouldn't trust Paul Godfrey as far as I can throw him.
But something smells here. And I don't like it.