Man Very Upset At Lack Of Rigorous Voting Protocol For Goal Of The Week Vote

San Jose, CA - Earthquakes fan Bradley Hargroves is reportedly very upset at the lack of rigorous voting protocol for the recent goal of the week vote.

 Maybe Sporting Kansas City have 40% more fans who just don't care about a meaningless internet award.

Maybe Sporting Kansas City have 40% more fans who just don't care about a meaningless internet award.

"It's almost like this whole thing is a popularity contest," ranted Mr Hargroves to The Nutmeg News on Thursday morning. "I just don't understand how anyone can actually vote for Mr Dwyer when Quincy's goal is just so much better."

Mr Hargroves has stated over and over, "We should be voting for what is actually the goal of the week. All of you fans that only like, follow and vote for your own teams should understand that you are ruining the integrity of this highly subjective, moronic and meaningless award that is really designed only to stir up more interest in the league."

According to friends, the voting pattern has startled the tender soul of Mr Hargroves so much that it has shaken even his political convictions.

"Do people even do this during presidential elections? Do people really just vote for what they know or like over what is clearly the correct and obvious choice? MY GOD IN HEAVEN?! IS THIS WHAT A DEMOCRACY IS REALLY LIKE," stated Mr Hargroves to his Facebook page, a status update which engendered 100 comments, zero likes, and a total unfriend net loss of 5 people who just think he is complete maroon.

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Mr Hargroves continues posting, "THIS IS NOT WHAT THE FOUNDING FATHERS INTENDED FOR OUR ENTIRELY SUBJECTIVE AND IDIOTIC GOAL OF THE WEEK AWARDS."