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AFL VooDoo Cease Operations Despite Strong Attendance Figures
Published October 14, 2008
|VooDoo Decision To Cease Operations Surprising
As Franchise Considered One Of AFL's Strongest
MORE TO FOLLOW? WGNO-ABC’s Ed Daniels cited a source as saying that "other teams may soon fold.” Daniels noted the VooDoo were "one of the more successful franchises in the AFL, but the league itself is having financial troubles.” Daniels: "Arena Football did very well here over the first couple of years, and I think it did okay last year, but there were a few more empty seats, and that’s been a problem around the league" (ABC26.com, 10/13).