Tag: Ohio

SaveTheCrew: Punch-Counterpunch

No rest for the weary. On the heels of PSV/MLS finally filing their motion to dismiss, comes news from the plaintiffs who have filed several motions with the court. No word if these documents were leaked to a newspaper in Seattle. A quick summary: Motion to Compel Discovery: Plaintiffs had […]

SaveTheCrew: Countdown to Nothing

Wow, what a day. I wasn’t sure I was going to write anything about what happened, because, what can you say? Though Precourt Sports Ventures and Major League Soccer had previously telegraphed that they were filing a motion to dismiss, the various interested parties had been waiting with bated breath […]

SaveTheCrew: Raising the Stakes

Yeah, so this is getting good. We have some big news out of Columbus, with an announcement from Mayor Ginther that Columbus Business Partnership CEO Alex Fischer has lined up potential purchasers, AND identified potential downtown stadium locations. And of even more interest, is a request that Precourt […]

All’s Quiet on the #SaveTheCrew Front

This is a bit unexpected, though maybe not completely surprising. And things will probably change right as I publish this. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said on Counter Attack last week, that not only was he seeking a preliminary injunction to prevent the move of the Columbus Crew […]

Columbus & Ohio Try to #SaveTheCrew

The move many thought was coming finally happened this week, as the City of Columbus and State of Ohio filed suit against Precourt Sports Ventures and Major League Soccer. The goal: Prevent the Columbus Crew from moving to Austin, at least without complying with local laws in Ohio. […]