Ambrosie's arrival was like the one of Napoleon. The ex-player that will make us forget about Orridge, be able to negociate with the CFLPA and expand the CFL to a next level.
However, even before the pandemic, he got problems that hurted his resume. CFL 2.0 is a must from my point of view because there are not 36 solutions to expand CFL's revenues. However, this is a long term project and I see little to no benefits from this if we can't expand our 3 down rules to other leagues in the word.
The Alouettes sale was a mess. Sure a lot of it was due to some groups using the medias to push their cause, but they almost all agree that it was in part because of Ambrosie's deficient management. Best part of it was the Lenkov Brothers who were even present in the player's cloakroom after Montreal's victory over Edmonton. All that then came to an end last january when Gary Stern was chosen after he learned that the team was on sale during the Grey cup.
Worst part of it was his relation with the CFLPA, wich came to it's limit at the first meeting with the government.
His best moves were his activeness for creating an expasion franchise to Halifax and at least for having the idea of CFL 2.0, but it is a slim trophee when compared to the bad side.