NEW YORK - Red Bull fan Raul Gonzalez stated that he is waiting until the right time to suggest the fans paying for a plane flying a RED BULL OUT banner over Red Bull Arena after the front office of the MLS team traded captain Sacha Kljestan to Orlando City for two players.
"It has to be the right moment of fan anger," stated Gonzalez to The Nutmeg News. "We've been through this before so I don't want to jump the gun like after the Dax trade."
According to friends, Gonzalez suggest flying a RED BULL OUT banner over Red Bull Arena too early after the team traded captain Dax McCarty to the Chicago Fire. The banner was so poorly supported that it reached a paltry 5% of the gofundme financial target.
"It's important to read the room," stated David Dilby, director of fan anger for ITT Tech. "We, as humans, need to reach the right amount of critical mass before donating $5 to a blimp or plane anger device."
Friends say that Gonzalez has had 50% success with his plane and blimp funding suggestions so he is desperate to make the conversion on this one, even if it means waiting until the NEXT moment of anger.
The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Gonzalez debates a billboard versus plane banner funding plan.