Been meaning to start a thread to give people another way to keep up with The Outfield's stuff. Looking forward to talking about the posts here.
I want to take the opportunity to thank everyone at the Outfield for a great companion to the NYCFC experience. The work the Outfield produces is thoughtful and insightful. Classy stuff.Been meaning to start a thread to give people another way to keep up with The Outfield's stuff. Looking forward to talking about the posts here.
Love the articles too. Since it's infrequent, posting here is a great way to remind us there's something new to read.Seconded here. The Outfield has been a pure joy to read, with the only reservation being the infrequency of its product.*
The latest article is a very good example. Thoughtful, well and amusingly written - it combines insight and humor. Not to be missed.
* - Something that is completely understandable - presumably, the staff all have different day jobs.
Yeah it was fun keeping up a heavier publishing schedule when we could but nothing gold can stay. Still guaranteed more regular NYCFC coverage than The Athletic and the New York Times combined or your money back.presumably, the staff all have different day jobs.
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Yangel Herrera was considered by many to be NYCFC's most important player (with David Villa being the most valuable) last year. How has NYCFC overcome his absence in terms of changing shape, players, or tactics?Give us your toughest questions. Or your easiest ones, I've got dibs on those.
Easy. It doesn't matter the event or circumstances. The NYCFC player most likely to improve the atmosphere in any room is Heber.If you could have 1 NYCFC player show up to your bar mitzvah. Who would you choose and why?