Sacramento, CA - Sacramento Republic fan John Stern stated that he eagerly awaits being told by Major League Soccer (MLS) that he isn't doing enough to support his local franchise in 10 to 20 years when the league attempts to move his team to Miami.
"Sure, we are making a deal with the devil," stated Stern to The Nutmeg News. "But I don't care as long as I get to see legends like Wondolowski in the twilight of their career. I'm looking forward to being blamed by Don Garber just like Columbus fans as the root reason why MLS decides to move my team in 20 years. I'm also excited to start over again with a new team in the NPSL, at that time."
As illustrated above, Mr. Stern has completely accepted that the move of Republic into Major League Soccer will likely end with a stadium extortion by Major League Soccer in 20 to 30 years that results in his team being moved and his children unable to watch the team he supported for five years in the USL.
"Look, I don't care what happens down the road. I'm just excited about having a game on ESPN in the next few years."
The Nutmeg News will have more on this as fans all over the United States and Canada get excited about the possibility of entering the relocation and contraction sweepstakes of Major League Soccer.