Apollos fired their radio broadcast team before last week’s game because the AAF hadn’t paid the bill

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Apollos fired their radio broadcast team before last week’s game because the AAF hadn’t paid the bill

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From the Orlando Sentinel:
https://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/ ... story.html
What does it tell you when the Apollos essentially fired their radio broadcast team before last week’s game because the AAF hasn’t paid the bill at the local radio station that was broadcasting Apollos games?
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Re: Apollos fired their radio broadcast team before last week’s game because the AAF hadn’t paid the bill

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Piling up, the disturbing news is, like it did just when the payroll rumors showed up. The media will be kind to the AAF not, especially when they smell blood.
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It sounds like it could be mismanagement rather than a cash flow problem. Although, when companies are in trouble, the first sign is they stop paying their bills.
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mnelson wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2019 9:52 am It sounds like it could be mismanagement rather than a cash flow problem. Although, when companies are in trouble, the first sign is they stop paying their bills.
It sounds like to me that the league is cutting costs, just to get to the finish line. These startup football leagues are hard to manage and maintain.
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