Bored Journalist Begins Writing, "Chicago Fire Part Ways With Veljko Paunovic" Copy

NEW YORK - Soccer journalist David Morrow admitted that he started writing the "Chicago Fire Part Ways With Veljko Paunovic" story Tuesday morning in order to combat a momentary amount of boredom.

This image should do, Frank. It has the right amount of stoic gazing at the camera before the crushing realization of what coaching in Major League Soccer will do to your soul.

This image should do, Frank. It has the right amount of stoic gazing at the camera before the crushing realization of what coaching in Major League Soccer will do to your soul.

"Just look at his record," stated Morrow. "With that organization it is only a matter of time.... and by time I mean a short while, not 8 years from now."

Morrow began his column with the typical statements of "Paunovic released by Chicago Fire after disappointing 2016" before attributing the base platitudes such as, "The Chicago Fire wish Veljko Paunovic well and thank him for his time with the club" to the Fire that are typically included in press release statements.

"Some may say that I'm ahead of the game," stated Morrow. "I mean, look at what happened with Mastroeni in year two. However, the worst thing that happens is that I bin the article for another year and just change the dates."

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Morrow starts working on the column for Jay Heaps because of a gut feeling.