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    Posted December 24, 2013 by
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    Georgia Stealth Indoor Professional Football Team Decides To Go Independent !


    By Tom Livsey, CNN National News Editor,

    Mr. Lameir Slaughter has decided to take his Georgia Stealth Indoor Football Team, independent.

    After the numerous limitations that the brand new indoor football league, called X-League, handicapped him from being able to bring the best competitive indoor pro football teams to play in Atlanta , Georgia. He decided to play as an independent indoor pro football team.

    Everything will remain the same. They will be playing their home games at the, 'Phillips Arena'. There will be an enthusiastic cheerleader team, called the, 'Georgia Stealth Bomb Squad', and there will be a packed house of 15,000 plus excited fans of football.

    When asked about his decision Mr. Slaughter smiled and simply said," I promised the state of Georgia, and the city of Atlanta, that I would not rest until I am able to bring a successful professional indoor football team to metro Atlanta."

    He adds, " I am sad to discover some of the restrictions that was going to be put on my team. Who can we play and how I had to release control of my hard efforts. Now, I am my own man, and now I can seek to bring a better level of competitive pro football play in the Phillips Arena, starting in March 2014. The schedule will be posted later in January."

    For more information, please like Georgia Stealth on Face Book, and be ready to be amazed in March 2014, about the fun and competition, Mr. Slaughter will bring back to his home state of Georgia.



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