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06-22-2010, 03:50 PM
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Originally Posted by peter sullivan View Post
maybe the league should only sell teams to professional and credible owners who are known entities in the business world and have proven their ability to effectively run sports franchises....and they should require high levels of personal wealth to protect the league from embarassment when difficult times appear.

or guys who are good at twitter....either way.
lol, i like this line from wikipedia

John A. Spano, Jr. (born May 31, 1964) is a businessman and swindler who briefly bought control of the NHL's New York Islanders in 1997 before he was exposed as a fraud. Due to the NHL spending a minimal amount in checking his background and an abandonment of usual banking safeguards, he was able to make it appear that he was worth several times more than he actually was.

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