Sport Giant billboard bashing NFL will be up in LA for 3 weeks

13:01  14 september  2017
13:01  14 september  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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The giant billboard was paid for by an unhappy Chargers fan, who is upset the team moved to Los Angeles .

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StubHub Center© (Getty Images) StubHub Center An angry Chargers fan has paid for an electronic billboard close to the StubHub Center to display five messages bashing the NFL.

Joseph MacRae is upset the Chargers have relocated from San Diego to Los Angeles, and raised $10,000 through GoFundMe for the billboard to show the array of messages directed at the NFL.

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"This isn't just for San Diego fans. This is for Oakland fans and St. Louis fans as well. Your cities didn't deserve this and most importantly, you didn't deserve this," MacRae wrote on the GoFundMe page.

The billboard will be up for three weeks starting this Sunday and will be located a mile and a half away from the StubHub Center on Interstate 405. The Chargers will play three consecutive home games during that span, so plenty of people will see MacRae's messages.

He said the some billboard messages will include #Oakland and #STL and that there will be a "big surprise" message when the Chargers take on the Dolphins this Sunday.

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