City council may be eager to extend a conciliatory hand, but the Hamilton Tiger-Cats aren't willing to take it.
No, no and no again was how club president Scott Mitchell responded when asked if the team is willing to come back to the table to talk about playing at the west harbour. He says there is nothing the city can offer that will change the club's mind about returning to negotiations. "When you ask if we'll come back to the table, for what?" he said last night. "Nothing has changed of any substance since their initial offer to us way back in February of a 15,000-seat stadium in the west harbour." Mitchell says it doesn't matter if the provincial and federal governments come up with the money to bridge the gap for building a full-size 25,000- to 30,000-seat venue. He says the west harbour site simply still won't work for the team from a business perspective. "At the end of the day, whether it's Bob Young or anybody else, no owner is going to own a team that they're convinced they're going to lose millions of dollars on. Nobody."
That a Boy Scott show them we Mean Business this time..
I support you and Bob 155%