Man Swears That LAFC Exists

LOS ANGELES - Soccer fan Jonas Bravo recently announced to his friends that LAFC really exists despite all evidence to the opposite.

 No, Mulder. There really isn't a public relations cabal dedicated to finding the authenticity of a club that doesn't exist.

No, Mulder. There really isn't a public relations cabal dedicated to finding the authenticity of a club that doesn't exist.

Bravo's friends told him that his obsession with a club that doesn't exist is bordering on paranoid, but Bravo believes. 

"I've told them this is going to happen. The name of the club will be A.C. Los Angeles Football Club United FC and they will see. I've taken pictures, I have witnesses. There's a twitter account, I mean granted it's an old twitter account but YOU CANT FAKE THIS. I still want to believe. We are only months away from a stadium announcement. I'm telling you, this is happening. I mean why would it be fake... WHY? YOU TELL ME WHY?"

Despite his increasing protestations, Bravo has yet to see a schedule, game or stadium that make it look like this organization exists. While his insistence is purely on promotional photographs and videos, he admits that this is tough information to go on.

We spoke with Mr. Bravo's friend Mary Yaznes about his new obsession and she had the following to say. 

"It's a problem for everyone in his group of friends, now. He spends most of his time building dioramas of a stadium that doesn't exist and he keeps on talking about the beginning times and first kick. It's really unhealthy."

TNN asked Mr Bravo when he thought the "beginning times" were coming and he responded.

"GARBER WILL ILLUMINATE. He will tell all. It will likely arrive first in the form of a communique on twitter.  People will be shocked and possibly deny even then! Then there will be voices, and trumpets, and a hastily assembled dais with people who don't speak. IT WILL COME. YOU WILL ALL SEE. LAFC EXISTS! THEY DO!"