There’s no Argo bounce at BMO, August 7
I’m a longtime Argos/CFL fan, a earlier Argo season subscriber and now the occasional single recreation purchaser. My son, 27, was as soon as a diehard fan and now has little curiosity.
Sure, the Argos are Gray Cup champs. Sure, they’ve a brand new stadium that could be a pleasurable place to observe a recreation. However advertising? There’s none.
If I hadn’t identified it was soccer time, I’d not have any thought the season was about to start. The newspapers give little protection.
I don’t know what is going to deliver the followers again to the stadium, however the final e mail blast I obtained from the Argos promoted the half-time leisure with no point out of which group Toronto was taking part in towards.
The Argos should often attain out to its longtime supporters and achieve this with pleasure in regards to the recreation, the group, the gamers and the coaches. The newspapers need to do the identical if Toronto is to deliver the bounce again.
When I’ve to seek for when and the place the following recreation is being performed, somthing is amiss. It’s nearly that they’re hiding the group they need us to help. There’s curiosity — simply ask those that watch the sport on TV and pay attention on the radio.
Brian Chapnick, Toronto