New Orleans Voodoo Tickets
The lone star of American Arena Football League, New Orleans Voodoo
is ready for a head-start this season. They started playing in 2002 and are gearing up to make a memorably dramatic entrance as the Voodoo. Their home, New Orleans Arena
has been prepared for a season like no other. The fans, painted in Purple, have their fingers crossed, looking for a reason to celebrate and leave the arena feeling like a winner. The team seems in a perfect shape to make it true by proving their mettle.
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New Orleans Voodoo is presided over by Dan Newman and is under the avid coaching of Derek Stingley. It is owned by Tom Benson who is also the owner of New Orleans Saints. The Voodoos have the dynamic Danny Wimprine and Derek Cassidy as their quarterbacks. Tyrell McCrea and James Harris will be playing as the Fullbacks. The wide receivers include James Jordan, Chris Wilson, P. J. Berry and Carlese Franklin. Tom Taggart, Jemele Cage, Joe Thomas, Daverin Geralds and Mogut Ruffins are the offensive linemen while Defense line has Vaalyn Jackson, Eric Scott and John Scott. Jeremy Pittman will be playing as the Line Backer and Brian Reynolds, Alvin Jackson along with Jerron Wishom will hold the positions of the Defense backs. Jonathan Ruffin is the kicker with everyone’s eyes fixed on his performance.
The Voodoos might not have won that often but some of the leading arena football players have emerged from this team. Some of the legendary players who have done New Orleans Voodoo proud includes Calvin Spears, Lin-J Shell, Norman LeJeune, Danny Wimprine, Jonathon Ruffin, Michale Spicer, John Fitzgerald, Aaron Bailey, Henry Bryant, Tyronne Jones, Henry Taylor, Andy Kelly,B.J. Cohen, Monty Montgomery, Dan Curran, James Lynch and Umar Muhammed.
The New Orleans Arena will be welcoming New Orleans Voodoo after a gap of two years. The team has played from 2004 till 2008. The arena is one of the up-notch facilities of New Orleans, LA. It can accommodate more than sixteen thousand and five hundred arena football fans in each game. The arena has been the host of a number of exciting sports and entertainment events in the past. The Katrina Hurricane mellowed the spirit for a while, but with New Orleans Voodoo people are ready to get back into the mood to enjoy and win.
The New Orleans Voodoo had an amazing start in 2004 and was predicted to be one of the most promising teams of the future. The team was high on talent but ran out of luck somewhere as they lost a few games with a very small difference. The team soon became known for their hard fought competitions and resilience. New Orleans Voodoo were the division champions of the 2004 and won over some of the popular teams of the AFL. The team coach at the time was Mike Neu who made some of the most memorable days of the team a reality. They had to stop playing in 2005 due to Katrina which caused extreme damage in the New Orleans Arena. The team players under the contract were moved to other teams but New Orleans recovered to come back in 2007.
The team started with a great spirit but couldn’t last long enough and was suspended in 2008 to be replaced by Bossier-Shreveport Battle Wings. The team was suspended with the promise to come back in 2010. They couldn’t return in 2010 but finally they are ready.
The New Orleans fans are looking forward to a great arena football season, missed by the city for quite some time. Will New Orleans Voodoo make history this year or will they fall flat in their efforts? These questions don’t have to haunt you for long, as you can rather see the outcome yourself, when they return to the field. The tickets to their games are already selling out, to be at the game get your New Orleans Voodoo Tickets now!
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