What They're Saying: Ed Hale Sr.

“After trying to do whatever we could to play — right now we don’t even have a place to practice let alone play [games] at SECU [Arena at Towson University] — we just couldn’t [make it happen]. It’s no other reason than COVID being in the position that it is today. It’s a terrible thing. Everybody tried to cooperate and work with us, but everybody is understandably nervous about this.”

-- Ed Hale Sr., owner of the Baltimore Blast, whose 2020-21 Major Arena Soccer League season was canceled due to COVID-19, marking the first time after 39 consecutive seasons there will be no professional indoor soccer in Baltimore. The Blast expects to be back for the start of the 2021-22 season in November. (Baltimore Sun)
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