Norton, MA - New England Revolution fan David Winters admitted that he watches each Revolution game, this season, with conflicting emotions as he desperately wants the Revolution to be good, which would prove that Winters was wrong about the 2016 offseason.
"I don't want to be right, but I am right," stated Winters to The Nutmeg News. "I'd rather be wrong, I suppose, and have the team actually be... well... you know... good. But if I'm going to be right and the team is going to be bad, than at least I was right about it and recognized it early."
Winters spent most of the 2016 off season talking about how the Revolution never addressed any of the glaring weaknesses of the team from the 2015 season and that he was convinced that they were going to struggle this year.
"Look, I don't want to be right. I don't need to be right. I'd rather be wrong, but I wasn't wrong. I was right. And as painful as being right about the team that you love being awful can be, well... I guess that at least I saw it coming. That's really the best I could hope for, at this point. We DID score a goal, so we have that going for us."
Friends of Mr Winters pointed out to him that the season is only two games old, but this did nothing to sway the opinions of the Revolution fan as he categorically stated, "Heaps is out by July. Book It."
The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Winters watches each game hoping to be wrong.