The New York City Football Club has not received any of its final seven matches, and followers let the workforce hear it Wednesday.
After the workforce’s 3-1 loss to FC Cincinnati at Yankee Stadium, it heard a Bronx jeer from the house crowd.
One fan’s feedback, although, weren’t acceptable to NYCFC captain James Sands.
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After the sport, Sands walked towards followers who had been telling him the workforce’s effort was “not good enough.”
Another fan, who was comparatively calm, instructed Sands supporters might be there “through thick and thin” and are “never gonna leave.”
“But this, right here, what you guys are doing, it’s not enough,” the fan added.
The fan then instructed Sands to “do something about” the dropping that he was “sick and tired” of, whereas one other added, “You’re supposed to be the captain, right?”
Sands listened, however he had had sufficient.
“You don’t think we come in every day and f—ing work?” Sands mentioned. “Listen, I will tell you something right now. Everyone who’s on that field hurts more than you do. It’s a fact.
“You suppose anybody is pleased with that? No one out there’s pleased with that. We’re f—ing working, OK?”
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A fan then reminded Sands the team is 0-6-1 in its last seven games, while the fan who did most of the talking asked Sands if he realized how much the team means to fans.
Sands still didn’t appreciate the suggestion players didn’t care.
“It’s disrespectful to everybody on the market while you speak like that,” Sands mentioned.
Sands and the fan respectfully shook hands, but Sands left the fans with one more message.
“Don’t say we don’t care, OK? Because that’s f—ing disrespectful,” he said.
NYCFC won the MLS Cup in 2021, its seventh season in the league, after going 14-11-9 in the regular season. During that season, it had a six-game winless streak, but it consisted of three losses and three draws.
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Last yr, the workforce reached the convention finals after going 16-11-7.
NYCFC now sits in 14th place out of 15 within the Eastern Conference with a 4-4-7 file. It has 19 video games remaining on its schedule.