• Welcome to America's Finest Sports Forum and Podcast!

    afsportsforum.com is one of the largest online communities covering San Diego sports. We host a regular podcast during the major seasons. You are currently viewing our community forums as a guest user.

    Sign Up or

    Having an account grants you additional privileges, such as creating and participating in discussions. Furthermore, we hide most of the ads once you register as a member!

Stadium Site in National City

MasterOfPuppets

Charger fan since 1979
#3
matilack said:
Not terrible, but too far south, if money is the issue your not gonna get more fans or more rich people moving south.
I'd say 10-15 minutes south of the Q, if your comming down from 15 that takes you to I-5
 
M

matilack

Guest
#4
MasterOfPuppets said:
I'd say 10-15 minutes south of the Q, if your comming down from 15 that takes you to I-5
Ya, but still, anyfarther just takes you farther away from the money, the goal is to be right on the doorstep of the people who can afford season tickets.
 

MasterOfPuppets

Charger fan since 1979
#5
matilack said:
Ya, but still, anyfarther just takes you farther away from the money, the goal is to be right on the doorstep of the people who can afford season tickets.
you're probably right but I don't see anyone from North County offering a site for the Chargers, or would you preffer way North in, say, Orange County?

I think this is the best option for the Chargers to stay in San Diego County, Chula Vista is to far east with no infrastructure yet and the Q site is going to become the county's most expensive vacant lot
 

Trumpet_Man

Well-Known Member
#6
MasterOfPuppets said:
you're probably right but I don't see anyone from North County offering a site for the Chargers, or would you preffer way North in, say, Orange County?

I think this is the best option for the Chargers to stay in San Diego County, Chula Vista is to far east with no infrastructure yet and the Q site is going to become the county's most expensive vacant lot
The Coastal Commission and tidelands and environmental impact reports will fuc this site up for the Chargers. It will take too long for the process and other cities are about to come knocking January 1 2007.

My best advise is to enjoy them while we have them.

Drive it like you stole it. :icon_mrgreen:
 
#7
Trumpet_Man said:
The Coastal Commission and tidelands and environmental impact reports will fuc this site up for the Chargers. It will take too long for the process and other cities are about to come knocking January 1 2007.

My best advise is to enjoy them while we have them.

Drive it like you stole it. :icon_mrgreen:
Thanks Mike Aguirre! You've been looking out for the best interest of transplants and left-wing morons who want to make the world's largest bum park right next to a fuel depot and a major freeway!

Someone needs to get rid of the guy and soon.
 

Top