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Ghostriders Settled in Asheville, NC
Sunday, 01 January 2006

 ASHEVILLE, N.C. –  The Carolina Ghostriders have a home. American Indoor Football League President Andrew G. Haines announced that the former traveling team will be located in Asheville, N.C., beginning in the 2006 season.

The team will play its home games in the Asheville Civic Center after spending the 2005 campaign on the road, compiling an 0-10 record. The Ghostriders will compete in the AIFL’s Southern Conference.

Ghostriders Update
Friday, 14 October 2005

Canton OH - American Indoor Football League President Andrew G. Haines said  Friday that the relocation of the Ghostriders, a traveling team in the league’s inaugural season, is near finalization.

“We will be making an announcement very, very soon and will be scheduling a press conference,’’ Haines said. “If I learned anything from the 2005, it’s avoid traveling teams at all costs. We’re dedicated to having solid operations in all our cities in 2006.

League Announces Name Change
Saturday, 27 August 2005

Canton, Ohio  -  The AIFL League office today announced that effective immediately they would operate under a new name. Formerly known as the Atlantic Indoor Football League, the league will now officially be known as the American Indoor Football League.

AIFL President and Founder Andrew Haines was quick to point out that because of the planned growth of the league nationally the new name was better suited. “ Our goal is of course to grow, but in a way that is conducive to our regional and national plans. We have been contacted by many potential franchise owners that represent a wide cross section of the country and it is inevitable that we will be nation wide by 2007”.

Seth W. Arkow Named In House Counsel
Saturday, 27 August 2005

Canton, Ohio-    In concert with a series of moves designed to put the newly named American Indoor Football League at the forefront of Indoor Football in the United States, League President Andrew Haines announced today that Attorney Seth W. Arkow has been named as In House Counsel for the League. 

“We are excited to bring Seth on in a more full time, hands on position with the League.” said Haines.  “Seth brings an element of stability, knowledge of the law, and the ability to make recommendations to the League from a different perspective”. 

Ghostriders Travel to Erie for Special Kids/Businesspersons' Special
Monday, 09 May 2005

(May 9, 2005 – Erie, PA)   The Erie Freeze of the Atlantic Indoor Football League have announced the addition of two very special promotions tied into one big event at the Tullio Arena on Friday morning, May 20.

Due to scheduling conflicts from the start of the season, the Erie Freeze will gain one extra home game this season by hosting the Carolina Ghostriders in a special Kids/Businesspersons Day 10:35 AM kickoff on May 20.

Ghostriders/Riverhawks Game Stats
Monday, 02 May 2005
Ghostriders vs Johnstown (4/30/05) Stats
Bandits Rout Ghostriders 66-13
Thursday, 28 April 2005

Richmond, Va. – Using offensive efficiency and a stifling defensive effort, the Richmond Bandits earned the first win for both the franchise and league as they routed the Ghostriders in the season opener Saturday night, 66-13.

The Bandits (1-0) scored on four of its first five possessions to race to the commanding lead which the defense sustained, pitching a shutout for three of the four quarters of action.

“Obviously, I’m happy with the win tonight,” said head coach Rik Richards. “But there were things I’m sure we’ll see once we go back and watch the film, but overall, I’m pleased with the way we played both on offense and defense.”