Man Shocked As Club Soccer Still Going On Despite USMNT Exit

Kansas City, KS - USMNT fan Rob Curtis was surprised to find that Major League Soccer was still going on despite the exit of the United States from the World Cup as he turned on his television to see the Houston Dynamo versus Sporting Kansas City.

"They are still going through this charade?" asked a Pulisic jersey clad Curtis as he watched Sporting Kansas City take a lead over the Dynamo due to a Jimmy Medranda goal. "I'm shocked that this is still going on. I just don't see the point. Without the United States in the World Cup I don't see the point at continuing the club game."

Cutis admitted that he used to watch Sporting Kansas City play with a zeal and zest for the game, but with the United States not making the World Cup he just didn't find that passion for the club game anymore.

"Maybe I'll find my love again, but without the United States in the World Cup soccer just seems meaningless. I mean, why watch a club that won the US Open Cup four times, the Supporter Shield once, MLS Cup twice, and made the MLS playoffs six years in a row when I really want to watch the United States struggle to win the Gold Cup, it just doesn't make any sense."

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Mr. Curtis admits he is still begrudgingly going to the SKC game against the Dynamo on the 15th, but will spend the whole time wondering if there was a way for the US to make it into World Cup, still.