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    Owners approve lending Rams another $500 million for stadium
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    5/20/2020 11:20:06 AM
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    The NFL is extending another lifeline to the Los Angeles Rams as the team continues construction on the nearly $5 billion SoFi Stadium in the city of Inglewood, Blake Schuster of Bleacherreport reports.

    According to The Athletic's sports business reporter, Daniel Kaplan, league owners voted Tuesday to approve lending an additional $500 million to the team to complete the facility.

    Two years ago, owners had agreed to a record debt waiver of $2.25 billion for the stadium that will soon become the permanent home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers.

    A lack of demand for personal seat licenses, which grant holders the ability to then purchase season tickets, has forced the Rams into asking for the increase in credit.

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    " It's about time fans told owners to go screw themselves!"

    They can say until they are blue in the face--- Owners don't care and haven't for about the last 50 years!!!! It's always $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$, as someone always sez.

    (BTW- If I owned a team... I would probably be the same way--- cause you have to be that way to get rich enough to own a team.)

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    • #3
      Glad to hear that the fans aren’t buying the bullshit license that earns the owners mega-millions. So the league in it’s wisdom sees a lack of interest in the team tickets and decide to increase the debt on the stadium? Brilliant! Absolutely brilliant!
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      • #4
        Just more proof that the LA market is not a football market. It's just not. And, a bajillion dollar stadium isn't going to change that. They think that market is going to support 2 teams? LOL

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        • #5
          Originally posted by eaglebreath View Post
          just more proof that the la market is not a football market. It's just not. And, a bajillion dollar stadium isn't going to change that. They think that market is going to support 2 teams? Lol
          qft
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