DailyMail Returning to the Los Angeles area after 55 years in San Diego, the Chargers will play their home opener this Sunday at a temporary stadium where fans can see a billboard slamming the team and league’s lack of ‘loyalty.’ No Freaking Loyalty,’ reads the electronic billboard positioned near the Chargers’ temporary new home, with the first letter of each word in glowing red so as to spell out ‘NFL.’ Pictured to the left of the text is a picture NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. The billboard is the brainchild of Chargers fan Joseph Macrae, who raised over $10,000 for the project with a GoFundMe campaign aimed at holding the NFL and team owners accountable for relocating franchises away from longtime supporters. It can be seen on the corner of Main Street and southbound Interstate 405, near the StubHub Center, according to Fox 5 San Diego. ‘Have you been an NFL fan your whole life only to have your team suddenly taken away from your city?’ reads Macrae’s GoFundMe page. ‘You may have been the most loyal and dedicated supporter but it didn’t matter in the end. Have you ever wanted to tell the NFL how you actually feel? This is your chance.’ Macrae didn’t exclusively target Chargers supporters for donations. Disgruntled fans of the Oakland Raiders, who will move to Las Vegas next season, and the Rams, who returned to Los Angeles from St. Louis in 2016, were also invited to contribute to Macrae’s cause.
Chargers fans are not happy that the NFL moved their team from San Diego to Los Angeles after 55 years, so a Chargers fan organized a GoFundMe, and raised $10,000 to position an anti-NFL billboard outside the Chargers temporary home at the 27,000 seat Stubhub Center in Carson, California. The billboard uses the letters NFL to spell out “No Freaking Loyalty”, with a picture of Roger Goodell throwing up the peace sign next to it, as he says “Peace Out” to San Diego. The NFL is not going to like this billboard, but after turning their back on fans in St. Louis, San Diego and soon Oakland, this is what the NFL deserves. Angry fans, who no longer have home teams to root for, are going to retaliate (but I guarantee they are still watching football on Sundays).