Dr. Freeman Appointed to Executive Board of the Minor Football League
Dr Richard D. Myles Sr. CEO & Founder of the Minor Football League has announced the appointment of Dr. Patrick H. Freeman ,pictured above, to the Executive Board of the league. “Since Patrick has joined the M FL leading the Rochester Chargers franchise he has proven to be an asset to the league by assisting all General Managers in developing strategies to strengthen the entire league,” stated Dr. Myles. “ We look forward to working with him as the league is now entering international growth with our expansion to the African Continent.” Dr. Freeman, also known as “ The Mighty Oba,” is also the owner and General Manager of the Rochester Chargers Minority Football League.
Chargers Appoint Teddy McDue as the Head Coach
The Rochester Chargers of the Minor Football League are proud to announce the appointment of Teddy McDue as the Head Coach in charge of all football operations. Teddy McDue is the founder and owner of WNY – LOC Foundation Inc, which works with at – risk and homeless youth. Teddy was the first player from Buffalo Public School to be named Player of the Year in Western New York history and All Time Leading Rusher in Harvard Cup history. Teddy played three years on Temple University’s football team and finished his career as an All American student-athlete at the University at Buffalo. Teddy has been coaching football as a Coach for Amherst and Bennett High Schools and Erie Community College for over 20 years. Teddy is most passionate about aiding athletes in building life-skills and developing good habits that help them into their adult lives. His work with the WNY – LOC Foundation Inc., has been his way to integrate life skills with sports and football players.