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So I don’t think that is going to be an issue, not in the short term.

I played in that game and it was sold out and all the games have been sold out since then. They keep increasing the number of games year after year.

It’s not going to be as difficult as people think it is going to be for people to come over here once they see how London is and they see how England is in general, I think they will adjust rather quickly.

KAHLER: A lot of naysayers claim that the logistics of a putting a team in London are the biggest issue.

So I think in that respect it is not going to be quite as difficult as everybody would like to make it seem.

The way I look at it is, they put a man on the moon, is what I like to say—nearly 50 years ago they put a man on the moon, so if they really want to bring a franchise to London, they will figure all the logistics out rather simply. K.: Peter King's observations from a four-city tour of Britain.

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