Not Enough Room In Twitter Profile For Man To Express His Commitment To Saving NASL/MLS/NPSL Teams

Oklahoma City, OK - Soccer supporter Jeffrey Anderson admitted that the 170 characters available in his Twitter profile were not enough to allow him to type in all the teams that he thinks needs to be saved in order to accurately reflect his opinions on US and Canadian soccer.


"I don't want to leave anyone out, as I spend about 20 minutes every morning tweeting about all the teams in North America that need to be saved," stated Anderson to The Nutmeg News. "I have to cover all my bases, because it isn't just the Crew, but all the teams in the NASL, some teams in the USL, some teams in the NPSL, the Canadian Premier League, and the MASL."

Anderson reportedly spent the weekend giving his assurances to fans of multiple teams throughout the two countries that he was, "In support of them," thus ensuring that all of his followers would now sit through bold declarations of support for those teams and against their leagues/federations until Anderson just gets tired of keeping up with everything.

"This is what I'm passionate about, and it's the offseason since Energy got knocked out of the playoffs. I feel for those fans, just like I know they feel for me and my team if we were in trouble."

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Anderson's followers list continues to hemorrhage people.