NYCFC Announce 50% Increase On Season Ticket Renewals From 2013 And 2014

NEW YORK - New York City Football Club (NYCFC) announced on Tuesday morning an increase of 50% in their season ticket renewal numbers from their 2013 and 2014 seasons.

 You can use math and graphs to prove anything. LOOK AT THAT GROWTH!

You can use math and graphs to prove anything. LOOK AT THAT GROWTH!

"We are happy to announce that we have increased the number of season ticket renewals from 0% in 2013 and 2014 to 50% of our current season ticket holders at the end of 2015. While that is dramatically lower than what we wanted, we felt that this was a great way to spin our major issues with the dissatisfaction felt by our fan-base after only one year," stated director of Public Relations for NYCFC Ismael Yanez.

NYCFC have reportedly thought long and hard about the ways to fix this issue with their 50% renewal rate and stated that they will invest heavily in more retiring European superstars even making a call to see if German international Gerd Muller is available in order to bring in the 70's mustache demographic.

 DREAMY!

DREAMY!

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