Billionaires have dominated the Kansas City discourse this week and spark a question from local skeptics in our blog community.
Here's challenge from the plebs . . .
HAVE YOU EVER HEARD ANYBODY TALK ABOUT LADY SOCCER WHO WASN'T PAID TO DO SO?!?!
Whilst we can respect billionaires attempting to buy a fan base . . .
Fact it, there still isn't much evidence that women's soccer is viable as a pro-sport in Kansas City.
And so the deluge of coverage isn't exactly "earned" but more likely a media gambit to see if VERY rich fools and their money will continue spending an EPIC amount of cash to fake major league interest.
Here's a more optimistic take on the name change . . .
The move comes the same week of an announcement of a new $70 million stadium was announced.
The stadium will be the first ever to be built specifically for a professional women's soccer team in the U.S.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) --- The new name for the women's soccer franchise is the Kansas City Current. The Kansas City's National Women's Soccer League announced the name on Saturday night during the team's finale. The team will start selling gear on Sunday. Power. Lives. Here. We are the Kansas City Current.