AAF To Be Sued For Allegedly Taking Man’s Idea


The Alliance Of American Football has had an fascinating couple of weeks. With stories that the league cannot make payroll, some are questioning concerning the viability of the league. Now although, the league, in addition to co-founder Charlie Ebersol are being sued as Trebel Music CEO Robert Vanech is claiming that he was the one who developed the concept for the league. He alleges that he and Eberson mentioned the concept however that Eberson ultimately ran off and introduced the concept to Bill Polian and Tom Veit who each maintain positions with the league.

According to ESPN, the league issued an announcement saying: "Mr. Vanech's declare is with out advantage. There was by no means any settlement, oral or written, between Mr. Vanech and Mr. Ebersol referring to the Alliance. We remained solely centered on our historic, inaugural season when every weekend over 400 gamers get a chance to showcase their abilities and fulfill their goals of enjoying skilled soccer."

In an interview with ESPN, Ebersol made it clear that he created the league with Veit after being impressed by a documentary he labored on which profiled WWE's Vince McMahon and the now defunct XFL.

The league most just lately bought a $250 million funding from Tom Dundon who's the proprietor of the Carolina Hurricanes of the NHL.