Shut Up Carl.
- Aug 26, 2011
Turf is down in the stadium.
The Yard Goats didn't luck out. They had all bad luck and still were a tremendous success. It's the market. Soccer will succeed as well for the same reason.This truly is incredible. This project is destined to never happen. The problem now is that Dillon has now been knocked down.
Typical CT BS. However, there are a lot of sour grapes happening here with the developer who didn't have his plan chosen. I love how he makes the claim about how the project was supposed to be 7 million but is now 14 and before long it could become 20. I guarantee this guy would have the same thing happen to him.
They try and make it seem like a Yard Goats situation will occur. I can't see it. Soccer is not as popular as going to a minor league baseball game in this area. Especially when that game is played in a top notch stadium. Dillon will never have the same amenities that will make it attractive. The Yard Goats lucked out on their building disaster. I don't know of Hartford Athletic will have the same luck, assuming this gets done.