Galaxy Fans Who Defaced LAFC Mural To Be Banned After League Uses Story, Pictures, And Names For Publicity

LOS ANGELES - After reaching out to the Galaxy spray can crew that painted over an LAFC mural, Major League Soccer (MLS) confirmed that they would be profiled and interviewed for an upcoming piece on the passionately throbbing Los Angeles rivalry before being banned for the next four years.

Someone with MLS is rubbing their hands together in glee as they sagaciously stroke their temples in mock outrage.

Someone with MLS is rubbing their hands together in glee as they sagaciously stroke their temples in mock outrage.

"We cannot allow these kinds of rivalry shenanigans to go on without cashing in on it wholesale for publicity purposes. However, that also means that as we raise the level of public awareness of this happening that we must also severely punish those involved to send a message that doing these kinds of illegal acts will get you an interview, profile and a banning from our stadiums," stated some English guy, director MLS Security.

Reportedly, the league sent an army of reporters and social media experts to interview the artists who painted the original mural at the request of the club as well as the graffiti hooligans who painted over the original mural for their upcoming "2 Months Of Hate" documentary on the upcoming rivalry.

"We know what it means to us, but what does it mean FOR us," stated documentary film maker and 1,458,323th LAFC shareholder Victoria Brooks. "We hope to find that out as we present our new film, 2 Months Of Hate... brought to you by Smirnoff Hooligan, when you want to fight... Smirnoff."

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as it happens.