Immediately following Wednesday’s announcement that Commanders owner Daniel Snyder was looking into a potential sale of the team, it was indicated that the new owner could very well be handed over the keys to RFK’s old stadium to build a new world stadium. class establishment.
It is becoming more and more clear that the new management is much more likely to manage the new stadium than Snyder.
As noted Washington PostD.C. Mayor Murial Bowser told reporters that the sale could indeed lead to the construction of the stadium.
“Sounds like a positive move for the team“, – said Bowser. “There were many objections to the return of the team to RFK, where it played for many years, and there was one owner. The name was one. So, I think a number of obstacles that people put forward as criticism [are going away]”.
The bottom line is, no one seems to want to work with Snyder. Such relationships are currently viewed by some (or many… or most… or all) as equivalent to eating toxic sludge, boned in radioactive gravel and deep-fried in rattlesnake venom.
With the departure of Snyder, everything changed. And if Snyder tries to change his mind about selling the team, it will become even more difficult to find any government assistance until he transfers the team to a new owner.