NFL, CFL VET ACQUIRES MLF LOS ANGELES FRANCHISE
Former NFL and CFL player – and current NFL player management agent – Kevin Moore has acquired the Major League Footy Los Angeles franchise, slated to begin play with the 2018-19 season.
Moore, a graduate of Southern Oregon University, began his pro career with the CFL’s BC Lions before moving to the Los Angeles Raiders and San Diego Chargers.
While an injury abruptly ended his playing career, Moore went on to become one of the most successful high school coaches in Southern California, helping lead the Culver City Centaurs to four league championships, while producing eight Division I scholarship players.
After two years as Defensive Coordinator at Serra High School, Moore was named Head Coach at Inglewood High School, leading the Sentinels to three league championships.
As founder and president of True Definition Sports LLC, Moore represents 11 current NFL players.
Under Moore’s leadership, the Los Angeles Warriors will immediately begin recruiting and training preparation with an eye on competing in the 2018-19 Major League Footy season.
On entering Major League Footy, Moore has also secured the operating rights to the Anaheim Hawks, and a further announcement on ownership of companion clubs in Southern California is expected shortly.
Each new side is now tasked with recruiting a 15-man playing list and organizing training to begin in Spring 2018.
All four Western Conference clubs are expected to enter Major League Footy Premiership Season play beginning with the 2018-19 campaign, November 2018-March 2019.
Major League Footy is an independent league of 9-a-side Australian Football, played on a gridiron field, and with a schedule coinciding with the traditional off-season of the sport.
With this announcement, the Warriors will soon unveil an enhanced online presence at warriorsfooty.us