Phoenix Coyotes sale: Proposed voter referendum could be faltering
Organizers of the anti-Coyotes referendum may not have enough signatures to get on the ballot, and they could face a big legal fight with the city of Glendale over how many signatures are needed and when the petitions are due.
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#1 Jul 9, 2012
will they stay
or will they go
if they go there will be trouble
blah, blah, blah....
So you gotta let me know
#2 Jul 9, 2012
who really cares, if they do stay it won't be for long. They have no fan base with all their cheap seats and everything. If you can't fill the seat with cheap prices how are you going to stay afloat. If they have so many supporters why don't they have a 5 year season ticket sale to bring in millions. They suck
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