RBNY Fan's Hatred Of DC United Stems Entirely From Construction Of Woodrow Wilson Bridge

NEW YORK - Red Bull New York fan Deryk Wilson admitted that his seething hatred of D.C. United stems entirely from the traffic and delays that messed up his commute during the construction of the Woodrow Wilson bridge.

DAMN YOU, BRIDGE! AND DAMN YOU, Nick DeLEON!

DAMN YOU, BRIDGE! AND DAMN YOU, Nick DeLEON!

"I'll always blame the district for that, and by associated guilt that means that D.C. United are to blame," stated Wilson to The Nutmeg News. "Do you KNOW how much time I wasted in my commute due to construction? Every time I see Luciano Acosta running free as a bird it reminds me of the time I was trapped in my car for over an hour just sitting still and it makes me want to puch things."

Reportedly, Wilson calculated that he spent at least a year sitting in traffic from the resulting commuting snafu and has yet to forgive anyone involved in the construction of the bridge including the state of Maryland and the District of Columbia

"They (Maryland) don't have a club yet but if they did, I'd hate them with the power of a million suns," ranted Wilson to our reporter. "As it is, I'll have to accept my blinding and unending hatred of Ben Olsen, Bill Hamid and Steve Birnbaum as a proxy for my true disgust over commute times during the bridge and freeway construction project."

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Mr Wilson rails against other Public Works projects that have poisoned him against soccer fanbases including The Big Dig in Boston.