Man Misses Acrimony Of Previous Red Bull New York Town Hall

NEW YORK - Red Bull New York fan David Gregory admitted that he misses the acrimony of the previous Red Bull New York town hall stating, "The hate gave me purpose in life."

 "DON'T EVEN SAY HIS FUCKING NAME....... mostly because everything is fine now and there is no reason to bring up the name of Mike Petke."

"DON'T EVEN SAY HIS FUCKING NAME....... mostly because everything is fine now and there is no reason to bring up the name of Mike Petke."

While Mr Gregory admits that the recent town hall meeting after Mike Petke was fired was one of the darker periods of time in Red Bull New York recent history, he also stated that he found that the intense conflict gave him purpose.

"I knew what we had to do and that was make them pay for firing Petke by yelling at the front office staff. Now with the supporters shield in hand, the CONCACAF Champions League, hitting the playoffs and playing well all last season I'm feeling like an empty balloon, devoid of the hate that had previously filled me up," stated Mr Gregory to The Nutmeg News on Wednesday.

"I'm thinking of going and trying to re-enact some of the same scenes again just for fun by randomly screaming at Ali Curtis, 'YOU LIE' while asking him if we are going to have beautiful style of play again this season. I'll close out the meeting with a RED BULL OUT chant before taking off to the house to cyber-stalk Sacha Kljestan on Instagram. Now, in 2016, this town hall meeting is just going to be a love fest, with probably some really weird questions. That just isn't going to do it for me."

The Nutmeg News asked Mr Gregory if anything could make the evening better and he stated, "Well... i mean I would hate it and I don't really want them to do it, but if they trade Dax to DC United right before the meeting kicks off.... that might make the town hall interesting again."

The Nutmeg News will have more from NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital after Mr Gregory is admitted to the emergency room after being beaten by his own fans for even suggesting something like that.