Unable To Find Fabled PATH Train, NYCFC Fans Homestead In The New Jersey

Harrison, NJ - Unable to find the fabled PATH train back home, NYCFC fans left in Harrison were starting to homestead in The New Jersey by opening up an artisinal pour over coffee shop, a restaurant that only serves different kinds of handmade pasta and a zine store that focuses on publications that review record needles.

NYCFC fan Caroline Appleton and her three children, Tommy, Patrick, and David outside their Harrison estate after the game.

NYCFC fan Caroline Appleton and her three children, Tommy, Patrick, and David outside their Harrison estate after the game.

"If I wanted to take the PATH train, I'd have been a Red Bulls fan from the start" stated NYCFC fan Dominic Grazziano. "I don't know how any of this shit works. Is it still a subway? How does it cross state lines? Do I pay more? Is the entrance below grounds? What happens when we go under the river? Is this like going to Brooklyn?"

Grazziano was later seen negotiating on the lease for a Sbarro franchise in the outer Harrison area.

NYCFC fan Sandra Gutierrez admitted that she would miss her home country of Queens, but stated, "I can't figure out where the PATH starts or ends, so I'm just going to stay here, for now. The New Jersey is a fascinating place. It feels very close, but so far away. I don't know how the PATH train works so this is the first time I've been here. This'll work out, or I'll figure out whether Uber has a ride for me back into Manhattan so I can get a subway back home."

The Nutmeg News will have more on this situation as stranded NYCFC fans build a golden idol to Ben Sweat.