Let’s get one thing perfectly clear, the people of Austin have never been our enemies. They are caught in the crossfire between a big private “single entity” system and devoted fans of Major League Soccer’s original club.
The next central Ohio city joined the list of those expressing official support for the Columbus Crew. Powell passed a proclamation on Tuesday, joining cities like the Gahanna, which passed Resolution RES-0012-2017. In addition, the Ohio General Assembly introduced Senate Resolution 342.
Editor’s note: Welcome to another addition of “Massive Memoirs.” Recently, we asked for help from our Spanish speaking community for this next piece. The response from fans was overwhelming, but we were led to Janelle Henderson and her husband Jorge.
This love letter to the “Yellow Soccer Team” is written in Spanish and followed by an English translation.
One thing is for certain, love for the Columbus Crew knows no bounds.
If you follow the debate about the Columbus Crew and its possible relocation to Austin, you’ll soon come across a skeptical viewpoint:
Columbus was a fine market when the league started, but now MLS has grown – and Columbus hasn’t kept pace.
It may be tempting to believe this, especially when the league and team ownership are circulating lists that have Crew SC near the bottom of the attendance rankings. But the data is more nuanced than that – and far more supportive of Columbus.
It’s a supposed to be a big day for Major League Soccer, and Crew legend Alejandro Moreno may have just stolen the headlines with a brilliant halftime statements supporting #SaveTheCrew.
Continue reading Alejandro Moreno shows #SaveTheCrew love during MLS Cup
Last week, video journalist Sean Kelly announced he was in the process of producing a #SaveTheCrew documentary with the help of Ball Street media.
“The film will tell the fans’ stories of following The Crew from its creation in 1994, and the ups and downs that come with a total devotion to your club,” said Kelly in a letter to Save The Crew.
Since its inception, the Save The Crew campaign has been a total team effort. It can be tough to keep everyone in line with so many moving parts, but the campaign has forged ahead to create many memorable moments.
Another moment comes to us from Columbus, OH and Jenny and Mark Lundine. Their 8 and 10 year old children looked for a way to make an impact, so they took to social media. The children hope to sell as many Save The Crew yard signs as they can to aid the campaign.
It seems like Natalie has a great career in marketing ahead of her!
— Jennifer (@jplundine) November 9, 2017
As we roll into the holiday season, it’s important to be thankful for all the great times we’ve spent with friends and family over the year. And of course, we’re thankful for all of the hard-working volunteers who make things run within the Save The Crew movement.