The CFL and Overcoming the Canadian Inferiority ComplexBook - 2001
Fans of the Canadian Football League don't have to be told that the latter half of the 1990s was a close call for their league. From Vancouver to Montreal, every franchise stared into the abyss of financial ruin. Some failed, while others went through owners faster than George Reed mowed down defenders on a goal-line tear. But the league survived and has shown signs of new life. Profitability has returned to the front office, and attendance and television ratings are on the upswing. Out West, CFL games draw crowds of thirty to forty thousand people, and Montreal Alouettes season's tickets are more hotly contested than tickets to Les Habs.
Publisher: Etobicoke, Ont. : Winding Stair Press, c2001.
Characteristics: xii, 212 p. ;,24 cm.