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alexim58
10-28-2012, 08:17 PM
This game is not about I loose a bet or I have to change my avatar for a Faiders one on twitter.

This game showed that most of those players on Red and Gold don't deserve US!

They got a week to show improvement and there where NO at all.

Hard Workin' people form KC that spends money and time supporting CHIEFS deserve better!

Chiefs fans around the world deserve better!

In any company around the world if you don't deliver it you got fired isn't?

This isn't anymore about just "FIRE PIOLI-BECH CASSEL" ...

Today Im the ONE who feels sick and disgusting

They are NOT at least a competitive team.

Chiefs owns one of the best and most loyal fans around the NFL.

In exchange season after season we get a LAME product.

This is not anymore Loyal Fans vs Save Our Chiefs fans

We need to make a common union as ONE .. and show Owner that WE DEMAND a BETTER PRODUCT!

And YES fire EGOLI ... he's the apple who rotten the whole others!

alexim58
10-28-2012, 08:19 PM
IMO the only way that Clark will react is hitting his pockett .. I know it could sounds radical but stop watching games on TV, stop going to Arrowhead, Stop buying products .. it's the only way he will realize that WE DEMAND a BETTER TEAM!

I file into the Chief fans around the world and Im willing to stop watching games and getting products.

Yoda
10-28-2012, 08:58 PM
IMO the only way that Clark will react is hitting his pockett .. I know it could sounds radical but stop watching games on TV, stop going to Arrowhead, Stop buying products .. it's the only way he will realize that WE DEMAND a BETTER TEAM!

I file into the Chief fans around the world and Im willing to stop watching games and getting products.

Here's how that could back fire. KC is one of the smallest markets in pro sports. The only thing keeping them there are the sell outs and tradition. But give Hunt a couple of non sell out seasons, he would just up and move the team. Sad thing is he knows he has KC by the balls and he holds all the cards.

alexim58
10-28-2012, 09:08 PM
We need to do something if Clark don't .. what ever it takes to make this team a Better ONE!

#58ChiefsFan
10-28-2012, 09:20 PM
Here's how that could back fire. KC is one of the smallest markets in pro sports. The only thing keeping them there are the sell outs and tradition. But give Hunt a couple of non sell out seasons, he would just up and move the team. Sad thing is he knows he has KC by the balls and he holds all the cards.

It will never backfire in that way.

Yoda
10-28-2012, 09:27 PM
It will never backfire in that way.

I hope not. But KC's market is about as big as GB's market. In GB the fans "own" the team and pretty much solidifies the team to stay. In KC Hunt could just up and move the team if things get real sour.Because KC is such a small market, the fans don't have much leverage. Money talks

nigeriannightmare
10-28-2012, 09:39 PM
I hope not. But KC's market is about as big as GB's market. In GB the fans "own" the team and pretty much solidifies the team to stay. In KC Hunt could just up and move the team if things get real sour.Because KC is such a small market, the fans don't have much leverage. Money talks

Yep look at Cleveland, $175 million renovation and the team up and moved just to win a Super Bowl in the next couple years. Clark could care less how this team performs as long as he making money as soon as he doesn't hell move them. And much like Cleveland, Kansas City would get an expansion team shortly after it happened. Been sayin this for years the chiefs may have died with Lamar.

If Clark cared something would have been done already we were talking playoff run as most pundits were.

Coach
10-28-2012, 09:51 PM
IMO the only way that Clark will react is hitting his pockett .. I know it could sounds radical but stop watching games on TV, stop going to Arrowhead, Stop buying products .. it's the only way he will realize that WE DEMAND a BETTER TEAM!

I file into the Chief fans around the world and Im willing to stop watching games and getting products.

Unfortunately, I agree with you. It is time to stop supporting this team until the changes are made. Never thought I would be in that camp.

:raisux:

Hayvern
10-28-2012, 09:56 PM
Unfortunately, I agree with you. It is time to stop supporting this team until the changes are made. Never thought I would be in that camp.

:raisux:

Honestly, I cannot believe the way this team played after the bye week, if there is not a change on this team this week, I will be completely surprised.

After a bye week, to get beat that badly, someone's head needs to roll. There is no way this can be allowed to continue. Make a change now and you can maybe salvage the season.

#58ChiefsFan
10-28-2012, 10:02 PM
Honestly, I cannot believe the way this team played after the bye week, if there is not a change on this team this week, I will be completely surprised.

After a bye week, to get beat that badly, someone's head needs to roll. There is no way this can be allowed to continue. Make a change now and you can maybe salvage the season.

It will have to be over the weekend, I think there's zero chance of anything before they fly to Cali on Wednesday.

alexim58
10-28-2012, 10:11 PM
Yep look at Cleveland, $175 million renovation and the team up and moved just to win a Super Bowl in the next couple years. Clark could care less how this team performs as long as he making money as soon as he doesn't hell move them. And much like Cleveland, Kansas City would get an expansion team shortly after it happened. Been sayin this for years the chiefs may have died with Lamar.

If Clark cared something would have been done already we were talking playoff run as most pundits were.

I know new Browns Owner love FOOTBALL and wants a winning team .. not only to fill up his pockett.

That's why everybody's job is on line this season new GM, New Coach .. fresh new regime with the IDEAL of becoming a Winning team.

alexim58
10-28-2012, 10:24 PM
Unfortunately, I agree with you. It is time to stop supporting this team until the changes are made. Never thought I would be in that camp.

:raisux:

I understand you perfectly .. I support this team since early 90's.

Since then we got GOOD teams .. SO-SO teams but never see a team being so BAD like 2012 Chiefs ..

CHIEFS_FN_ROCK
10-28-2012, 10:32 PM
There is no salvaging a season we are the new Detroit lions break out the brown bags!!!

alexim58
10-28-2012, 10:38 PM
There is no salvaging a season we are the new Detroit lions break out the brown bags!!!

Won't be surprised to see more and more brown bags more often as the season goes .. but US the Chiefs fans aren't the phatetic ones.

Chiefster
10-28-2012, 11:17 PM
This game is not about I loose a bet or I have to change my avatar for a Faiders one on twitter.

This game showed that most of those players on Red and Gold don't deserve US!

They got a week to show improvement and there where NO at all.

Hard Workin' people form KC that spends money and time supporting CHIEFS deserve better!

Chiefs fans around the world deserve better!

In any company around the world if you don't deliver it you got fired isn't?

This isn't anymore about just "FIRE PIOLI-BECH CASSEL" ...

Today Im the ONE who feels sick and disgusting

They are NOT at least a competitive team.

Chiefs owns one of the best and most loyal fans around the NFL.

In exchange season after season we get a LAME product.

This is not anymore Loyal Fans vs Save Our Chiefs fans

We need to make a common union as ONE .. and show Owner that WE DEMAND a BETTER PRODUCT!

And YES fire EGOLI ... he's the apple who rotten the whole others!


I feel like I just read some political talking points.

alexim58
10-29-2012, 03:26 PM
I feel like I just read some political talking points.

What or Why you feel like that Chiefster?

Chief Tyler
10-29-2012, 05:44 PM
Step 1 in creating fan base unity is to fall in line and use forum friendly text like everybody else...hurt my eyes...did not read.

drstandley31
10-29-2012, 08:28 PM
Yep look at Cleveland, $175 million renovation and the team up and moved just to win a Super Bowl in the next couple years. Clark could care less how this team performs as long as he making money as soon as he doesn't hell move them. And much like Cleveland, Kansas City would get an expansion team shortly after it happened. Been sayin this for years the chiefs may have died with Lamar.

If Clark cared something would have been done already we were talking playoff run as most pundits were.
Not true! Art Model (sp?) moved the team because they refused to spend any money on the stadium. He moved them, then they decided to destroy that POS the Browns played in, and built a new stadium to get a new team.
Also, I think (and only think) that there was a deal with the county in KC that if Tax dollars were spent to upgrade Arrowhead, that the team had to sign a contract to stay for some long term deal.

nigeriannightmare
10-29-2012, 08:53 PM
[quote=drstandley31;270112]Not true! Art Model (sp?) moved the team because they refused to spend any money on the stadium. He moved them, then they decided to destroy that POS the Browns played in, and built a new stadium to get a new team.
Also, I think (and only think) that there was a deal with the county in KC that if Tax dollars were spent to upgrade Arrowhead, that the team had to sign a contract to stay for some long ter

You are correct I don't read we'll apparently

nigeriannightmare
10-29-2012, 09:13 PM
Not true! Art Model (sp?) moved the team because they refused to spend any money on the stadium. He moved them, then they decided to destroy that POS the Browns played in, and built a new stadium to get a new team.
Also, I think (and only think) that there was a deal with the county in KC that if Tax dollars were spent to upgrade Arrowhead, that the team had to sign a contract to stay for some long term deal.


This may be true but irrelevant. How long were the browns in Cleveland, longer than the chiefs in KC. Cleveland sued art model much like Kansas City would sue Clark hunt. But we would all be foolish to think Clark owes us any thing listens to us or gives a damn. This team is frankly a joke and nothing and I mean nothing has been done about it, other teams are taking action for poor performance.

If LA tells Clark we have a brand new stadium for you hell go we will whine, KC will file a law suit the NFL will intervene the same way it did in Cleveland......which is the point I was trying to make.

kckidd8870
10-29-2012, 09:28 PM
agreed alixim58,all we would have to do,is not go to a few games.I mean leave the dam stadium empty.Ban together as fans.Don't go in the stadium.If we don't stand up right now,clark will keep doing this to use.we pay the dam bills around here.buy the tickets,pay the high parking.pay for exspensive food and drinks.I know we love are football and it sucks to not talegate,party and watch football.This has to stop.tell everyone.it well help ,trust me.they don't want to loose out on the money either.I know it will be hard to do,but just do it once.leave the stadium bone dry,not a fan in the seats.See how clark likes it.come onnnnnnnnnnnnn ,ban together.all for one and one for all chiefs fans.I love my chiefs but this has to stop right now.

Chiefster
10-30-2012, 01:53 AM
What or Why you feel like that Chiefster?

Just the way you have it laid out reads like suggested responses to me I guess. It is merely an observation. :smile

alexim58
10-30-2012, 11:22 PM
No Politics at all .. I wrote that on the heat of the moment. I feel the same less mad but for sure same.

Chiefster
10-31-2012, 09:17 AM
No Politics at all .. I wrote that on the heat of the moment. I feel the same less mad but for sure same.

Yeah, I get that.

alexim58
11-02-2012, 12:20 AM
After Tonite Loss .. I guess no matter what else I could type ... This TEAM is playing for Loose!

jap1
11-02-2012, 12:21 AM
After Tonite Loss .. I guess no matter what else I could type ... This TEAM is playing for Loose!

At least Herm played to win the game ...

alexim58
11-02-2012, 12:26 AM
And when you recall Herm era .. where many fans called one of the worse ever. We are in deep trouble Man .. anything else could be said. This is above anger, frustration, disapointment.

How deep is enough?

We need to clean the house ..

MyManHali
11-03-2012, 01:38 AM
I hope not. But KC's market is about as big as GB's market. In GB the fans "own" the team and pretty much solidifies the team to stay. In KC Hunt could just up and move the team if things get real sour.Because KC is such a small market, the fans don't have much leverage. Money talks



Where is Clark going to go with a 1-15 team? Cali? Where San Diego never sells out a game. Kansas City is a GREAT NFL market. I believe a couple of years ago we had the second highest ticket prices in the NFL, and there were absolutely no black outs. Clark won't leave.

nigeriannightmare
11-03-2012, 04:21 AM
Where is Clark going to go with a 1-15 team? Cali? Where San Diego never sells out a game. Kansas City is a GREAT NFL market. I believe a couple of years ago we had the second highest ticket prices in the NFL, and there were absolutely no black outs. Clark won't leave.

They were doing season tickets for $250, that's $25 a game. That's a year removed from a huge remodel. We would all be foolish to think if LA built a new stadium Clark wouldn't go. I've been to Qualcomm there's no parking and you pretty much have to go by train and not to mention the beaches of San Diego are far more attractive than the field at Qualcomm.

nigeriannightmare
11-03-2012, 04:25 AM
But my man Hali kudos to you for not being an arse when you have every right to be. I know I was completely wrong in thinking we were a football team. I never, in a million years, thought we were the worst team in the nfl....it's not even close.

azchiefsfan
11-03-2012, 12:19 PM
Goodell has said L.A. is going to get a team and it won't be from expansion. Definition: Someone is going to lose a team. The top contenders are Saint Louis, Jacksonville and KC. If the fans boycott, the $500 million + a brand new luxury stadium(this is what ESPN has been reporting for 6 months) will entice Hunt. If you can't tell by now, Hunt really doesn't care about the team like we do. It's a business and that is pretty much it. If you want no team, then please do start a successful boycott.

brdempsey69
11-03-2012, 12:46 PM
Goodell has said L.A. is going to get a team and it won't be from expansion. Definition: Someone is going to lose a team. The top contenders are Saint Louis, Jacksonville and KC. If the fans boycott, the $500 million + a brand new luxury stadium(this is what ESPN has been reporting for 6 months) will entice Hunt. If you can't tell by now, Hunt really doesn't care about the team like we do. It's a business and that is pretty much it. If you want no team, then please do start a successful boycott.

I don't believe that -- especially with his dad's statue implanted right in front of Arrowhead stadium. It doesn't make any sense to go through the trouble of relocating the team, when all he has to do is get some real football people in the front office who know what they are doing, and clean house of the current numbnuts GM that has created a political zoo in his 4-yr tenure.

Hunt is not going to go into the red from a business standpoint if there is a boycott -- not with the current revenue coming to each and every NFL team via TV, etc. Ticket sales are no longer the deciding factor.

I could be wrong, but there is a chance that Hunt is aware that a boycott isn't intended to push the Chiefs out of KC, but to make change in the front office and get some real football people in place that are going to make a sincere effort to get this team pointed in the right direction.

MyManHali
11-03-2012, 01:28 PM
But my man Hali kudos to you for not being an arse when you have every right to be. I know I was completely wrong in thinking we were a football team. I never, in a million years, thought we were the worst team in the nfl....it's not even close.


Well thanks man I appreciate that. I didn't think we would be this bad either, I predicted 7-9 and actually thought that is what they were going to do, I was wrong as well. I am just glad everyone is starting to see what management has done to our franchise.

MyManHali
11-03-2012, 01:29 PM
They were doing season tickets for $250, that's $25 a game. That's a year removed from a huge remodel. We would all be foolish to think if LA built a new stadium Clark wouldn't go. I've been to Qualcomm there's no parking and you pretty much have to go by train and not to mention the beaches of San Diego are far more attractive than the field at Qualcomm.


Well I think SD would be the team that moves way before we would.

MyManHali
11-03-2012, 06:33 PM
Goodell has said L.A. is going to get a team and it won't be from expansion. Definition: Someone is going to lose a team. The top contenders are Saint Louis, Jacksonville and KC. If the fans boycott, the $500 million + a brand new luxury stadium(this is what ESPN has been reporting for 6 months) will entice Hunt. If you can't tell by now, Hunt really doesn't care about the team like we do. It's a business and that is pretty much it. If you want no team, then please do start a successful boycott.



Who on this site doesnt want a team? We love the chiefs we just hate management. Were the Chiefs in jeapordy moving when everyone wanted Carl Peterson fired? No. And it remains the same.

SD, Minny would be the first to go, Chiefs aren't even close.

jap1
11-03-2012, 07:54 PM
They were doing season tickets for $250, that's $25 a game. That's a year removed from a huge remodel. We would all be foolish to think if LA built a new stadium Clark wouldn't go. I've been to Qualcomm there's no parking and you pretty much have to go by train and not to mention the beaches of San Diego are far more attractive than the field at Qualcomm.

One problem with SoCal fans is the beaches, etc. That is why San Diego/LA fans are such "bandwagon" fans. As soon as the team doesnt look like they are dominant, fans would rather spend their money on going to the beach, disneyland, knotts, sea world, etc etc etc instead of going to the games.

As someone from LA (not there anymore but still have family), KC has never been talked about as coming to LA. It has always been (in order of likelihood) SD, Jax, and St Louis.

I believe nowadays the money teams make is in merchandising and tv contracts. I believe the teams that get televised nationally get more $$ from those games. Therefore, in order to get televised and sell merch, you have to be a competitive team. I think Hunt is smart enough to understand that and cares about making the team better.

Not going to games will be noticed, not immediately in the pocket book, but as a sign that you arent going to get televised next year unless you improve significantly.

alexim58
11-05-2012, 09:49 AM
IMO Kansas City is a state with a Tradition ..

L.A. has NONE .. I mean California got the 49ers, Chargers and Raiders ..

But Raiders are the least of the list. They hadn't being able to re conect with his fan base. They Move back to L.A. and then back to Oakland since then they hadn't been a winning team at all. As well we are missing a team that had been rumored to move out .. The St. Louis Rams. So .. I think KC moving out MO. Not an Option!

AkChief49
11-06-2012, 12:29 AM
IMO Kansas City is a state with a Tradition ..

L.A. has NONE .. I mean California got the 49ers, Chargers and Raiders ..

But Raiders are the least of the list. They hadn't being able to re conect with his fan base. They Move back to L.A. and then back to Oakland since then they hadn't been a winning team at all. As well we are missing a team that had been rumored to move out .. The St. Louis Rams. So .. I think KC moving out MO. Not an Option!
The return of the Rams(L.A)