Feb 22, 2014, 6:28 PM EST
We warned you earlier this week about how stadium renderings are a long, long, long way from fans actually fans in the house, waving big foam fingers inside an actual structure.
The Washington Post has an interesting story about a D.C. council member and mayoral candidate who doesn’t sound very interested in the ongoing administration’s efforts to facilitate D.C. United’s soccer stadium in the area known as Buzzard Point.
Muriel Bowser will not support proposals by Mayor Vincent C. Gray’s favorable to building that soccer ground at Buzzard Point, the one that would get United out of the RFK Stadium financial sinkhole. So, if she is elected …
And if you aren’t bummed out enough already, try this one: When asked about any possible alternative plans for assisting in D.C. United’s stadium efforts, here’s what Bowser said according to The Post: “I don’t know that that’s my first priority. My priority would be making sure that we are meeting a whole lot of capital needs that the city has, including how we’re going to transform middle schools across the city.”
Hard to argue that schools and such should be priority for the district. Still, that’s certainly not going to make soccer fans in the area any more optimistic about getting the heck out of decrepit RFK Stadium.
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