"I Could've Made That Shot," States Shirtless Fan In Supporters Group

San Jose, CA - A shirtless fan in the supporters section of the San Jose Earthquakes was heard stating, “I could’ve made that shot,” after Earthquakes player Carlos Fiero had a shot on goal saved by Andre Blake in the first half of the Earthquakes recent home loss to the Philadelphia Union.

“You call that a pass?! SWITCH… SWIIIIIIIIIITCH…. GODDAMMIT, PUT ME IN!”

“You call that a pass?! SWITCH… SWIIIIIIIIIITCH…. GODDAMMIT, PUT ME IN!”

Fans state that the shirtless man was heard yelling, “I’ve got my boots in my bag, put me on the field, coach,” as he carefully detailed, for anyone to hear, his three year career as an athlete at Chico State University. “I can run at least as fast as Guram Kashia.”

“I don’t know what his deal was but he was super amped,” stated Earthquakes fan Phil Hastings. “He kept talking about how WE needed to switch the ball, that WE needed a goal and how a goal against us would hurt us right here. I get the passion, but look…. dude… until you are on the field you can cut out that we/us shit.”

Sources indicate that the fan was later spotted attempting a pitch invasion as the anger boiled over in the stands and on the field at the end of the game.

“Yeah, I don’t think he is going to be seen back in the stands any time soon,” stated Earthquakes fan Donna Eastwood. “You can’t just go run on the field if you get pissed. I’m guessing he gets a season long ban for that.”

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as more 36 year old high school standouts continue yelling at the field about tactics.