Watching your favorite team pack up and relocate to a new city is one of the most painful experiences in sports, and one betrayed Chargers fan decided to do something about it.
Joseph MacRae is a lifelong San Diegan who hadn’t missed a Chargers game in 25 years. But when his team made the decision to move up the coast to Los Angeles, he was devastated. Now, MacRae has a plan to get back at team owner Dean Spanos by displaying anti-relocation messages on an electronic billboard less than two miles away from the team’s new home in the StubHub Center.
MacRae created five different images blasting the Chargers and the NFL. They will be displayed on the billboard for the next three weeks, coinciding with the Chargers’ three-game home stand.
Earlier this week, MacRae teased his followers by posting one of the graphics to Twitter:
405 south next week! This is one of five images that will be up for three weeks on the digital billboard. With a big surprise on game day 👊🏼 pic.twitter.com/nX0O9j9QrC
— SD Sign Guy (@jmt619) September 10, 2017
MacRae raised money for the billboard rental via a GoFundMe page titled “The fight for …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Sports