WASHINGTON - San Diego business developer Albert Billionaire was reportedly positive that Don Garber, Sunil Gulati and President Donald Trump would allow Major League Soccer expansion in San Diego according to current White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer.
"We are absolutely certain that we will have a new MLS team in San Diego, very soon. Possibly tomorrow," stated Spicer as he addressed the White House press. "We are happy with Albert stepping up to finance the team and the city will be happy having A. Billionaire stepping in to save their sports scene. If there's one thing that A. Billionare can do it is improve civic life by ensuring that the populace have stadiums and sports teams. There's nothing that A. Billionaire can't do."
According to Spicer, he expects the San Diego MLS team to start playing at the start of the 2017 season with the stadium ready to be built, tomorrow.
"At no point will A. Billionaire let us down. He will get this stadium built, and he will make San Diego pay for it at some point. MLS San Diego 2017! THIS IS HAPPENING!"
The Nutmeg News will have more on this as the groundbreaking for the stadium is delayed til 2024.