June 14, 2007
Wow, thanks for all the hits
Really, it makes my ego expand. Not really, but, you know.
I guess people have been waiting for my "official" response. But you know, I don't have one, and I don't really care. I'm just going to wing it on this one. It just shows that we (and I should say we, as both Shoe and I are in agreement with what's going on and who would be the best choice for the next Silverbacks coach) have our detractor and many supporters.
Anyone can write what they want, that's fine. I just don't understand how some people can go so over the top. Well, if you know where the main source is coming from, it's a little easier to understand. But that's being biased, something I'm trying not to be.
I'm angry. I've invested a lot of money and time into this team over the last few years, yet I'm not getting a return on that money. I'm sick of settling for mediocrity, which obviously some people aren't. They don't mind if the Silverbacks finish dead last as long as a family member is coach of the team. I guess that's the key to not being held accountable.
I've never said anything that has been a personal attack on anyone, despite what you might read on the Silverbacks board. I've met Jason Smith before and talked to him, he's a nice guy. I have no problem with him personally. I just have a problem with one of the best rosters in the league being in 10th place right now.
So thanks for the support and reading everyone. I'm just glad that we can reach some people and filling a void by having a soccer blog in Atlanta.