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Anschutz Speaks! (Maybe)

We all know that MLS godfather Phil Anschutz does not like to speak to the media (I did shake his hand once, exchanged greetings with him, and stayed at his ranch outside Denver with D.C. United for a story, but of course never interviewed him). Well now, much to his displeasure, he might have to speak openly in court. Check out this interesting story from our friends at the Los Angeles Times.

By Steve Goff  |  April 5, 2007; 12:34 PM ET
Categories:  MLS  
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Comments

We cannot read it because we must sign up at LAT.com.

Posted by: Sign up | April 5, 2007 1:04 PM | Report abuse

that's what bugmenot.com is for!

Posted by: pat | April 5, 2007 1:16 PM | Report abuse

that is really cool. :)

Posted by: wow | April 5, 2007 1:32 PM | Report abuse

Phil Anschutz is nine feet tall and made of titanium.

Posted by: Logan Circle | April 5, 2007 1:34 PM | Report abuse

Are you sure he lives in Denver and not in a penthouse in Vegas? Did he ever make planes? Sounds a little agorophobic, although I can't say I blame him for valuing privacy, especially since he can afford to maintain it.

Posted by: greg | April 5, 2007 1:56 PM | Report abuse

Phil Anschutz should grant interviews to his own newspapers to boost their sales (or whatever you call it for the free ones).

Posted by: Anonymous | April 5, 2007 2:15 PM | Report abuse

Although he must be a brilliant man, he doesn't sound very intelligent when he does speak. No wonder he doesnt give inteviews. Smart move, Phil! So leave the old guy alone to count his money in silence. Besides, actions speak louder than words. Thank Heaven in his case!

Posted by: Oh Well | April 7, 2007 6:09 PM | Report abuse

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