Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) January 31, 2013
"The TouchFL answer's the long standing question, 'How can we promote physical fitness, good-clean-fun, and non-violence, through the game of football?'" said Founder, Ian Gold.
After withstanding another season, in which questions and concerns remain unanswered regarding the increasing number of: reported and unreported concussions, retired NFL players who suffer from permanent brain damage, current and former NFL players committing suicide, the NFL "Goliath" will, once again, "Super Bowl" its way into its most profitable weekend of the year.
This weekend's festivities could very well turn out to be the NFL's retirement celebration, however, as Gold looks to rejuvenate the sport.
Truth is, for years the NFL has scared off every new professional football league that has dared to compete with its brand––intimidating them with it's immense power and wealth. Ian Gold, however, like King David––who slew Goliath with a single stone––is also armed with a stone, and poised to sling it.
"After walking away from the NFL in 2008 I began a faith journey," said Gold, in a recent interview from Tel Aviv, Israel––where his journey continues. "One of the greatest lessons that I have learned on my journey thus far is this: the courage needed to slay giants, is only gained from a journey of faith. That said, The NFL is Goliath and I'm David...and we all know who won that battle."
Gold, although, reluctant to reveal any details about the new football league other than it's name, did provide us with the following: 1) The inaugural season is tentatively scheduled for 2014-15. 2) The first five teams will be located in Los Angeles, New York, Denver, Chicago, and Atlanta.
"It's time for professional football players to take ownership of their craft," were Gold's parting words.
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Any current or former––professional or collegiate––football players, coaches, and officials, interested in learning how to participate #follow @TheNewFootball, or send a email message to pr[at]plantwatergrow[dot]com.
To learn more about Ian Gold's faith journey, visit: http://www.plantwatergrow.com.