FC Cincinnati goes on the road for their toughest test so far, and possibly the best team they’ll face all year. LAFC under Bob Bradley got off to a flying start last year in their first year of existence, and they’ve followed up with a sophomore year that is anything but a slump
Welcome Home started off as an experiment with the club. It is clear that the experiment didn’t succeed. The chant itself sparked huge waves of emotions with many people hating it but even more loving it. When the experiment ended, many rejoiced in relief, but many to this day continue to call for it to return.
Over the past 3+ seasons, Pride members have put in countless hours designing, planning, tracing, and painting many of the Tifos and banners that you see in Nippert Stadium on matchday. In the first of what will be an ongoing series, we are striving to highlight that process;
FC Cincinnati enters Sunday having had an incredibly successful first five games. Seven points from five games is a stretch that even the most optimist couldn’t have seen coming. But Starting with last week, and going until May 1st, FC Cincinnati will face nothing but playoff teams.
Let’s be honest for a minute, though. Don’t drink and drive is a great concept, but people do it all the time. They go out to dinner and have a drink with their meal and then drive home. I know everyone reading this always calls an Uber or assigns a designated driver.