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The notion of BMO Field as the future home of the Toronto Argonauts has been shelved as Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment prepares to invest in refurbishing the facility in time for next summers Pan-Am Games without a retrofit for Canadian football. Jamaal Williams Jersey . In April, Toronto city council approved a plan to invest $10 million in a $120 million expansion, contingent on the provincial and federal governments kicking in $10 million each as well. That plan included expanding the stadium to accommodate CFL football, with the Argos hoping to move in as soon as next season. That stadium deal was put together at the same time that Argo owner David Braley was negotiating to sell the Argos to either MLSE or its largest individual shareholder, Larry Tanenbaum. However, with the provincial and federal governments yet to sign onto the deal, and time running out, MLSE is now focused on upgrading and repairing the facility under its current configurations, with an emphasis on getting it ready for next summers Pan-Am Games when it will host the Rugby Sevens competition. The state of eight-year-old BMO Field is apparently such that it is in need of significant upgrades to such things as the field, locker rooms, concourse areas and suites as well, all in time for the Pan-Am Games. Tuesdays news comes as a blow to the Argonauts, who appeared destined to move into BMO either under new ownership or with Braley negotiating a lease with MLSE. However, just where the Argos fit into the BMO picture now is unclear. "If in fact there are continued modifications to BMO and if in fact the Argos do not ever find a home there, it would be very disappointing," said Argo president Chris Rudge, "given that when the field was originally built there were discussions of the Argos playing there." While the possibility of an Argo sale to Tanenbaum or MLSE is not dead, according to a source, it has gone from being a priority to something that would depend on another phase of stadium expansion being approved. The Argos have been asked to vacate the Rogers Centre - their home since 1989 - after the 2017 season so that the Toronto Blue Jays may consider installing natural grass into the facility. MLSE will take a plan to city council next month to spend $80 million upgrading amenities in the stadium, asking for permission to spend the $10 million of city dollars on that project that was granted for the larger vision in April. MLSEs plan had been to expand BMO Field to accommodate CFL football as well as such things as larger soccer events and an NHL outdoor hockey game. However, all of those things are now dependent on another phase of stadium reconstruction, beyond the one expected to take place over the next year. Braley, who bought the BC Lions back in 1997, became sole owner of the Argonuats before the 2010 season. There has been speculation that part of Tanenbaums desire to see the Argos move into BMO is fueled by a desire to ease the NFLs concerns in advance of a possible relocation of the Buffalo Bills to Toronto. However, with it being highly unlikely the Bills can move anywhere before 2020, there may be less desire, from Tanenbaums perspective, to buy or acccomodate the Argos. Ty Montgomery Jersey . The team reported the signing on its website Thursday, but said Friday the deal was off in "a mutual parting of the ways that had to do with the language of the contract. Custom Green Bay Packers Jerseys . Louis against the Blues. The Canucks picked up their second straight victory in the swings opener on Tuesday in Calgary before getting routed in Minnesota last night, 5-1.TSN.ca presents its latest weekly power rankings for the 2013-14 Barclays Premier League season. Rankings were weighted evenly between separate lists made by TSN Radio host and soccer analyst Gareth Wheeler as well as TSN.cas soccer editors. 1. Manchester City (Last Week-2) Manchester City climbed to the top of the table with another emphatic victory, 5-1 on the road against Tottenham.  Sergio Aguero scored the first of the five goals but then limped off the field just before halftime with a hamstring injury, causing some concern for the new league leaders. 2. Chelsea (LW-1) Chelsea heavily dominated the action, firing 39 shots on goal including two clear scoring chances in added time but were forced to settle for a 0-0 draw with West Ham.  Frank Lampard had probably the best chance of the game in the 97th minute but was denied the goal that would have won the game. 3. Arsenal (LW-3) Arsenal was only able to get a point out of their trip to St Marys Stadium as they settled for a 2-2 draw with Southampton.   Olivier Giroud and Santi Cazorla scored four minutes apart but the elusive third goal never arrived for the Gunners. 4. Liverpool (LW-5) The 222nd Merseyside Derby was painted red by Liverpools emphatic 4-0 victory over Everton.  Steven Gerrard converted a Luis Suarez corner to open the scoring, before Daniel Sturridge scored twice in two minutes to put the game away.  Suarez would get one of his own and Sturridge would miss a penalty in the one-sided contest. 5. Manchester United (LW-8) Juan Mata debuted, while Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney returned to lead Manchester United to a 2-0 victory over Cardiff City.  Van Persie opened the scoring in the sixth minute and Ashley Young put the game away with a screamer in the 59th minute. 6. Tottenham (LW-4) A red card to Danny Rose and a penalty for the same offence doomed Tottenham in their 5-1 defeat at the hands of Manchester City.  Michael Dawson also had a goal controversially ruled out for offside that would have equalized the game early and could have changed Spurs fortunes. 7. Everton (LW-6) There were not many positives for Everton as they were beaten 4-0 by Liverpool in the Merseyside Derby.  Adding injury to insult, Romelu Lukaku was stretchered from the field with an ankle injury. 8. Newcastle United (LW-7) Loic Remy was sent off for Newcastle in an altercation with Norwichs Bradley Johnson who was also shown red in a game that ended in a 0-0 draw. 9. Southampton (LW-9) Jose Fonte and Adam Lallana scored on either side of halftime as Southammpton drew Arsenal 2-2 in a wild, back and forth contest. Blake Martinez Jersey. nbsp; Lallana tied the game for good just two minutes after Santi Cazorla had given the Gunners their first lead of the match. 10. Aston Villa (LW-10) The West Midlands derby was a wild affair that was settled in the favour of Villa, 4-3 over West Brom.  Christian Benteke scored the deciding goal from the penalty spot after his team battle back from an early 2-0 deficit. 11. Swansea City (LW-14) For the first time in nine games, Swansea earned all three points in a Barclays Premier League game after beating Fulham 2-0.  Jonjo Shelvey and Chico Flores found the scoresheet for the Swans. 12. Norwich City (LW-13) Norwich traded red cards with Newcastle but neither team scored in a 0-0 draw.  Bradley Johnson was shown red for Norwich City after getting into an altercation with Newcastles Loic Remy who was also sent off for the infraction. 13. Crystal Palace (LW-16) Jason Puncheon earned himself another Barclays Premier League winning goal as he led Palace over Hull City 1-0.  Tony Pulis continues his efforts to save Crystal Palace from the relegation zone. 14. West Bromwich Albion (LW-11) Chris Brunt and a Fabian Delph own goal gave West Brom an early 2-0 lead but in the end they dropped the West Midlands derby 4-3 to Aston Villa.  15. Hull City (LW-12) Hulls new strike partnership of Shane Long and Nikica Jelavic were not able to find the net as the Tigers fell to Crystal Palace 1-0.  Hull dropped their fourth straight Barclays Premier League match. 16. Sunderland (LW-17) Adam Johnson was the difference as Sunderland climbed out of the relegation zone with a 1-0 victory over Stoke City. 17. Stoke City (LW-15) Steven Nzonzis red card early in the second half ended any thoughts of a Stoke fight back as they fell 1-0 to Sunderland.  This was Stokes sixth straight league game without a victory. 18. West Ham United (LW-18) With only one shot on target and 28% of the possession, West Ham managed to hold on for a 0-0 draw with Chelsea.  Keeper Adrian was forced to be brilliant many times during the contest and answered the bell each time he was called upon to secure the point for his team. 19. Cardiff City (LW-19) Ole Gunnar Solskjaers return to Old Trafford was spoiled as his Cardiff side were defeated 2-0 by Manchester United.  The Welsh side remains at the bottom of the table. 20. 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