Brenner scores 3 to beat D.C United, putting Cincinnati in MLS playoffs for first time
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“Saints” is the correct spelling.
What a ridiculous article. What an embarrassment. The Reds need to hire a real writer to write for them. That article is just sad and makes me laugh that the Reds have their own newspaper. I didn’t want to write my article because I was having a bad day. Then I go to the front page of the Cincinnati Enquirer and read the article. I have my hat in hand and I’m shaking.
As a professional journalist with a history of covering Major League Soccer, I would love to write for a club or league like the Reds. As a journalist I also know and have covered the worst in my industry. I had to read the article and shake my head.
In the end, it’s about the readers and not the editor. I would love to write for the Reds for some time. I just think it would really help my coverage, and if this is the best they can do in this regard, why not write for them for 3 years? I understand that the editor is the person who hires the writers, but that’s for them to figure out.
This was an unedifying garbage article. It was so awful I had tears in my eyes.
The Reds have had a very poor product on the field since their last two owners started. Their top players have been the best in the league. Their product is unimpressive at best and bad at worst.
The owner should resign. He should have fired ownership of the team by now, the team is in a terrible situation and the players don’t care.
This was the worst article I have read in a long time. I guess this is what the Reds would get when they fired their former GM to make the move from the NL to MLS. This is an embarrassing bunch that they are even able