Wes Chandler: “Slowly but surely moving when the immediate transaction took place”

The Legendary Charger looks at the struggles of this season as well as when the move to LA may have started.



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  1. Colonel Kurtz

    I remember my Granpaws and my Dad saying basically what Wes was saying, back in The Day! A lot of people back in their generation had strong ties to Dago, even though they lived in The OC or LA or the IE and I remember a lot of people went back and forth like it was nothing. I mean people used to take the train from LA down to Del Mar and Dago for the day or a weekend. AND, this just Proves Up The Point that the Spanosezezez and the City and County had The Chance to make The Chargers and the area into a All Day or Weekend Entertainment Destination. Now it’s going to be a little more Centrally Located 2 or 3 teams to be So Cal teams in Reality, regardless of what their official names end up. I just hope they’re not as Ridiculous as the Angels’s moniker!!!

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