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112: The Once & Future Soccer Legacy of Ft. Lauderdales Lockhart Stadium With Jeff Rusnak
Long-time South Florida Sun-Sentinel soccer columnist Jeff Rusnak joins to discuss the rich past, transitional present and promising future of one of American pro soccerâ€™s most venerable, yet historically underrated venues â€“ Ft. Lauderdale, Floridaâ€™s Lockhart Stadium. Originally built in 1959 as an American football and track venue for four high schools in the region and named after a former city commissioner, the modest bleacher-constructed Lockhart was unwittingly transformed into the countryâ€™s first de facto â€œsoccer specific stadiumâ€ when the (original) North American Soccer Leagueâ€™s Miami Toros moved 32 miles north from the cavernous Orange Bowl to become 1977â€™s Ft. Lauderdale Strikers. The Strikers became a South Florida sports phenomenon during their seven NASL seasons at the crackerbox Lockhart, boasting world-class talent (Gordon Banks, Gerd MÃ¼ller, TeÃ³filo Cubillas, George Best) and magnetic personalities (Ron Newman, Ray Hudson) that quickly endeared the club and the sport to an adoring fan base. Numerous lower division clubs kept the soccer flame alive after the Strikers moved (to Minnesota in 1983) and the NASL died â€“ until 1998, when Major League Soccer investor-operator Ken Horowitz debuted the curiously-named â€œMiamiâ€ Fusion expansion franchise at a refurbished Lockhart, featuring Colombian star Carlos Valderrama.Â Despite winning the MLS Supportersâ€™ Shield in 2001 under the dynamic coaching of former Striker fan-favorite Hudson, the league contracted the Fusion after just four season â€“ and the stadium again became the intermittent home to lower-league teams (and even FAU college football) until 2016. But Lockhart refuses to give up the ghost, as an aggressive demolition and rebuild of the abandoned facility now becomes the focal point of a new David Beckham/Jorge Mas-owned MLS franchise called Inter Miami CF set to debut in 2020 â€“ sans a permanent home in the city of Miami proper.Â Will Lockhart again rekindle the original Striker magic â€“ perhaps even permanently? WE THANK our tremendous sponsors for their continued support of the show: Streaker Sports, Audible, 503 Sports, OldSchoolShirts.com, and SportsHistoryCollectibles.com!
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In this episode of the Solidarity Podcast we meet two of the newest members of the Teamsters Local 769 staff. Andy Madtes and Dan Vera take a few minutes to talk a little about their experience in the labor movement and their journey to Local 769. Then we sit down with Andy Madtes to talk Public Sector. Andy gives a full run down on the City of Fort Lauderdale as well as a status update on Lauderhill, the City of Miami Gardens and Florida City. In our first Solidarity Podcast Call to Action, we explain why ALL Union members should call their elected representatives in support of the 9-1-1 Saves Act. DO IT NOW! Also included in this episode is Teamster Privilege Benefit information, May news headlines and information about our 2019 South Picnic. For more information visit www.TeamstersLocal769.org/Solidarity or send email to email@example.com