Charlotte Considers MLS Stadium Plan NASCAR Teams Look For Long-Term Value NHL Players Reach Deal With Tenn. Jock Tax NYC FC's Geography Paying Dividends NFL To Hire Forensics Expert NFL To Celebrate Season Opener In S.F., Boston WNBA Challenged To Draw Wider Audience NASCAR's France Wants No Rebel Flags At Events NHL Panthers Fans Pack Arena For Draft Federal Court Upholds Back Pay Ruling For USTA
SBD/6/Leagues Governing Bodies
Published February 6, 1996
New MLS Commissioner Doug Logan was profiled in the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Logan said the league has to "produce a credible product on the field worthy of being called Division One soccer, and we have to get to that level quickly" (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 2/4....The CFL is preparing "for an onslaught of blitzing lawyers," according to Marty York of the GLOBE & MAIL. QB Matt Dunigan has sent a letter to CFL Commissioner Larry Smith threatening to sue for US$1.7M over his guaranteed contract with the now-defunct Birmingham Barracudas. The league will now consist exclusively of Canadian teams and could face similar suits over its "failed U.S. division" (GLOBE & MAIL, 2/6).