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Los Angeles Chargers reveal updated powder blue and yellow logo

Los Angeles Chargers reveal updated powder blue and yellow logo

Other folks are wondering if the name would be the Los Angeles Chargers at all, or of the San Diego Chargers will decide to drop the "Chargers" name and pick up some other new team name along with the move to Los Angeles. And all he's gotten, thanks to the courageous city of San Diego, is a banishment upstate to Los Angeles, to play in a stadium that president of business operations A.J. Spanos pretty much had to call "intimate", since it's easily the smallest stadium in the NFL.

Sadly, these teams aren't scheduled to face each other next season, the National Football League missing an opportunity to have a genuine "Fight for L.A". Video clip is from interview with NBC4's Fred Roggin Thursday Jan. 12, 2017. "Those sound like big numbers but if you look at it overall in comparison to the overall san diego economy the job loss is about a tenth of a percent", said Alan Gin, economics professor, University of San Diego. The original tweet by the National Football League had been taken down, and Spanos said in interviews that he wasn't sure if it was a permanent logo, whatever that means.

The Chargers will share a stadium in Inglewood, California, with the Los Angeles Rams. "Another team provides some competition, but you've always presumed this was going to be a two-team market".

First of all, the Chargers aren't expected to move to the LA Coliseum, where the Rams now play.

At 30,000 seats, the StubHub Center has less than half the capacity of the Chargers' long-time home of Qualcomm Stadium.

And according to Pro Football Talk, the Chargers will play in a professional soccer stadium for the next two years.

Should any scheduling conflicts arise later in the season should the Galaxy make the playoffs, Hannan maintained their games would remain the priority over a scheduled Chargers regular season game. This is forced by a greedy owner in Dean Spanos who insisted on using public funds to upgrade or build a new stadium in San Diego when he had most if not all of the money himself to make it happen.

Video has been shared of a former fan burning a Chargers flag in the Qualcomm parking lot.

The Chargers' move cannot possibly be about gate receipts, or it could have, frankly, waited a couple years. Super Bowl is a certain ticket to die disappointed and alone.

The Chargers will reportedly hire Anthony Lynn as their Head Coach, which is also a bit of a stunner.

The we-won't-move-you website and campaign was started late Thursday by Oceanside startup HireAHelper in a Hail Mary attempt to prevent the team from leaving town. And the reality is that one of those teams eventually will become the Lakers and the other will become the Clippers. Now it appears the city is about to have its second team lined up for arrival.

The move has always been on the brink, as at the end of the 2105 season, the Chargers debated moving, only to decide to stay for the 2016 season.

"What the Chargers perhaps don't realize is that Los Angeles already has a football team". For now, the Rams are playing in the 93,000-seat L.A. Memorial Coliseum.



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