Recently, former CFL impact player Anthony Prior released his controversial book, “The Slave Side of Sunday”.
The book specifically names coaches and administrators, whom he feels have been racist and prejudicial towards its' prize winning machines, the African American players. These are the players who have no voice in the industry, yet without their sweat and blood, the league (CFL) would crumble. Prior also discusses his CFL career. This is a must read for those who want to get a closer look into the NFL and the CFL, How they all work together in exploiting the black players. Prior also goes in to detail on why Wally Buono, the winningest coach in CFL history, released him for racist reasons.
An excerpt from the book- “When you humiliate a well-respected leader in football, psychologically, it angers the rest of the black players because they see your agenda. As sad as it’s true, Casey Printers was good enough to lead his team to the league’s Grey Cup, but he was too black to play in it.”
Check out Prior’s website at WWW.STONEHOLDBOOKS.COM for the real story.