Houston, TX - Eddie Sanchez, the last Houston Dynamo fan who still cares about 2019, reportedly spent all of Tuesday arguing with himself online about the future of the Dynamo’s season as everyone else he previously would speak with about the team decided to check out on this season with six games to go.
“I don’t know what you are talking about,” stated Sanchez to himself online. “It’s clear that you haven’t watched the last two games. There were some positive things to take from the 5-1 loss to Dallas, and while I disagree with that hot take I made I agree with my ability to say those things about myself.”
According to fans of the Dynamo, most of them moved on to the start of the season for the Houston Texans, the end of a very good season for the Houston Astros, the possibility of hope for the Houston Rockets, the beginning of the English Premier League, and the continuation of the Liga MX season.
“I think Eddie is the only one left in the city who actually gives a shit about the 2019 Houston Dynamo,” stated ex season ticket holder Sandra Willis. “It’s commendable that he just continues to confront himself like there’s a fanbase still vested in a team that hasn’t won a game since July with an ownership group that seems to be running the team like a tax write-off.”
The Nutmeg News reached out to the Dynamo for comment however they declined to make a statement and instead sent us a number of pictures of James Harden in a Dynamo kit.
For his part, Mr. Sanchez stated that he gets why everyone has jumped off the bandwagon as the perpetually uninterested ownership group of the Dynamo sinks the team further and further into irrelevance.
“I get it, but I don’t agree with it,” stated Sanchez to our reporter. “If I have to carry that torch for the Dynamo by confronting myself about the fact that I disagree with the blog post I wrote about any playoff hope that could be possible in the last six games well then I will spend this time telling myself that I’m wrong.”
The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Sanchez protests himself being in the stands.