Hi there, hoping your tricking and treating was OK. I rented a petting zoo for my kid on a late birthday celebration and it’s well worth the expense, do it!
Recaps of D.C. United’s 4-3 loss to the New England Revolution by us and MLS. Bent Musket has the other side of it.
D.C. United asked employees to work as overnight security at Audi Field (Athletic, $): Well, not good! Neither was the response:
Under the extreme conditions brought upon by the global pandemic we have been resourceful to keep as many of our employees in their jobs as possible. (1/2)— dcunited (@dcunited) October 30, 2020
We are extremely proud of our front office for taking on a variety of roles and responsibilities this season to keep the club moving forward. We are, and always will be, United together. Thank you, #DCU Family. (2/2)— dcunited (@dcunited) October 30, 2020
I don’t really have much more of a take on this other than restating Jason’s, which is essentially if you want to pivot towards the future and be the organization you say you are, things like this are going to get noticed by job candidates (coaching or non), and may be the difference between getting a Jill Ellis or John Harkes.
Anatomy of a Goal: Gressel grabs a winner for D.C. United (Massive Report): A nice drive into Julian Gressel’s goal from the midweek win.
And speaking of Gressel:
And speaking of D.C. folks with newborns:
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Life got a lot sweeter this past week. Parker Elle joined us on Oct 22, 2020, weighing in at 6lb 7.5 ounces. Mom and her are doing great and they are healthy at home. She’s a feisty little one and is proving that good things come in small packages. She currently loves to snuggle with her mama, watch golf and soccer with her dad, and make sure that she’s always getting attention. Can’t wait to watch Parker grow and she has the perfect role model in her mom @alex.g.pontius. Love you little princess.
Anyway, ending as I started seems to be good, so have a Monday.