The chairman today issued a statement regarding alleged corruption in the league concerning the recent transfer drama including Patrice Bernier, Jack McInerny and Camilo.
"With ultimate decision making coming from one conflicted party, with no appeals process or committees, the BSL is no better than some third world dictatorship", said the Chairman.
The Chairman's comments come after Patrice Bernier, who was on his way to the Spartan's training ground after a furious day of bidding, was told that he would instead be sent to Rose City as the league has accepted a lower and inferior bid based on a technicality.
"I really hate the rain, aye", said Bernier.
When asked if the Chairman would be interested in signing McInerny, the Chairman responded "The player is tainted in my opinion and he is not welcome among my squad."
The Chairman then went into a rage, and compared the situation to the transfer drama for Peter Odemwingie, the corrupt Qatari bid for the World Cup in 2022, starving children in Africa, the lack of any new U2 albums and when your oatmeal gets cold.
Coming off a strong start to the 2013 season, the Spartans look to defend their undefeated record against the defending BSL Champions, Rose City.
The Spartans have never lost a game against Rose City, and given injury woes, bye weeks and snowstorms hindering the Rose City team sheet, it doesn't look as though that is going to change. The Spartans come in to week 2 with a full strength roster, with week 1 hero Graham Zusi leading the charge.
The Spartans kick off the 2013 season against Gateway United this weekend. Nothing has separated these two team in the past, as the all time record against Gateway is 0-0-2. The Spartans will look to lead the series in the 2013 opener.
All time scoring leader against Gateway United, Danny Koevermans (with two goals in 2012) will watch from the bench as he continues to recover from his season ending ACL tear last year.