Why is Frank Lampard being booed every time he comes on??? He works harder than anyone off the pitch have some respect #WeAreOne— Jack Harrison (@Harrison_Jack11) May 30, 2016
I have two responses to this:
- Harrison is right to defend his guy, someone he looked up to growing up in England.
- Welcome to New York!
CWelcome to New York, don't like it? Get the fuck out. https://t.co/4Q0Y5c6Ufh— Sonnya || Soni (@sonix3nycfc) May 30, 2016
@hudsonriverblue in my mind, booing is the literal opposite of support. Cant be a supporter and be booing. I feel the same across all sports— perpetual_student (@_ChrisFC) May 30, 2016
Preparation for Thursday starts now ⚽ ️Btw never meant to offend anyone on Twitter I just want to succeed as one and the fans play a big part We all want the same thing and know that we are working....
I really like this. The kid is 19, and clearly still adjusting to the particular (and seemingly unfair) demands of the New York sports market. He wasn't transgressing in standing up for a guy in Frank Lampard that has a nigh-untouchable list of career accomplishments. If Jack is as bright as the NYCFC organization thinks he is, there's no legitimate reason to worry about any ill will or alienation here (or, if we're keeping with our T-Swift theme, bad blood). I'd expect quite the opposite of bad blood in the long term, in fact.
Now, the next order of business: making sure Jack's self-proclaimed 'favorite restaurant in New York' doesn't stay Chipotle for long. I mean, have you WITNESSED the full-on spicy-fabulous epicurean majesty of the Koreano sandwich at Fuku on 1st Avenue?