It’s been a wild offseason filled with loss for the New York Cosmos and their fans. They’ve lost players, coaches and staff as the organization has held of the appearance of a club going under. In the process, they’ve also lost much of their reputation. And their prestige may not be done taking punches as they may now face eviction from their Long Island offices.
Big Apple Soccer released a report indicating that the team is now playing the role of bad tenants. The landlords of the team’s Long Island offices, Quentin Roosevelt Associates, LLC is looking to evict the NASL champions and recoup back rent in the amount of $55,280.55.
A hearing is scheduled this Wednesday morning at the First District Court in Hempstead.
The Long Island offices have apparently been vacant for some time as evidenced by photos taken by Andre Tessier, an NYCFC fan who went to the offices in late November.