BOSTON - Breakers fan Natalie Anders has annouced that she is actually quite excited to not be bottom of the NWSL table (by virtue of goal difference) after one game despite having lost their first game of the season.
"Last season was just a death march to the end of the season, so the fact that, even though we lost, we aren't bottom of the table already is really a huge win for me," stated Ms Anders to The Nutmeg News on Friday.
The Boston Breakers finished 2015 dead last in nearly every every statistical category including having the worst goal difference by 11 goals and scoring the fewest goals in the league tied with Sky Blue. This upgrade from 2015 to 2016 where the Breakers have only given up one goal in one game is a pretty positive start according to Ms. Anders.
"I'm over the moon. OVER the moon. Granted we finished with a loss in our only game of the season so far but we only gave up one goal! That is progress! It's a hell of a time to be alive as a Breakers fan and I'm planning on living it up."
The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Ms. Anders low standards lead to her enjoying the 2016 season.