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New Orleans VooDoo
There are several sports in the world. There are numerous teams that are prominent all over the world. They comprise the ever famous names of Los Angeles Lakers and Manchester United. There are important teams in the Arena Football League. They are owned by Tom Benson who also happens to be the owner of NFL's New Orleans Saints. Their home ground happens to be the New Orleans Arena, the den of NBA's New Orleans Hornets. The arena is located transversally from the Louisiana Superdome, the lair of the New Orleans Saints'. The New Orleans is one of the Arena Football League's prominent teams.
New Orleans VooDoo is a team that started its first game against Philadelphia on the memorable day of February 8, 2004. The team logo consists of a skull brandishing a hat and also sunglasses. Their inauguration year saw humongous crowds attending their matches. They repaid the trust of their fans by finishing second, leaded only by the Orlando Predators (Tampa Bay Storm). In spite of all this superb performances, New Orleans VooDoo was defeated 51-40 ended their chances of gaining the ArenaBowl. After this underachievement, New Orleans was a hit in the second season. The net result is that AFL now thinks about hosting the ArenaBowl at New Orleans.
The New Orleans VooDoo has risen from the depths of obscurity to the position and respect they enjoy now. This is the story of a developing team of today, a story that will develop into the history of a dominant and influential team.