D-Twosday interview (9/19-20/2017)

[Note:  This was created and posted before I realized Puerto Rico was right in the apparent path of the hurricane moving through the Caribbean.   I’ve decided to leave it up because it’s harmless and hopefully amusing as part of the series of these “interviews”.  The game cited is no longer listed as scheduled on either of the primary source sites I use to scout matches.]

I thought this was going to be an exciting, fun week to post the D-Twosday interview. I suppose it was, just not for Noob.

With their teams’ game slated for tonight (Wed., 9/20), I thought I’d bring together the two interview subjects I’ve delighted in thus far: NASL head coaches Marco Velez of Puerto Rico FC and FC Edmonton’s Colin Miller. I considered not posting the transcript. But Noob is learning about soccer and life, just like you, Noobites. Full transparency will be found on this site.

Noob:    Guys, I can hardly begin to tell you how excited I am to have the both of you for this week’s interview.

Coaches Velez and Miller:    Hi, Noob.

Noob: Let’s jump right to it! You’re both still in the stop half the the Fall Season NASL standings. The game between your teams tonight, how important would you say–

Coaches Velez and Miller:    Ass hat! * laughter * * click *

Noob:    What the? Wow, you guys actually talked in advance just to call me an– Guys? Hello?

So there you have it. Another week in the books for D-Twosday interviews. Noob can’t say he doesn’t understand. Maybe I had it coming after the previous interviews with these two. Oh heck, what’s wrong with letting off a little steam before a big game. You kidders, you!

Join me again next Tuesday, Noobites, for another exciting and educational foray into the rich and enticing world of North American second division soccer. After all, I’ll probably get called an ass hat.

Author: Soccernoob

After a year of previewing soccer matches the world over with my own off-brand comedy, I now provide exclusive coverage for the Isle of Sodor Premier League, Championship, and FA Cup. (FC Dryaw 'til I die.)

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