#TrafficOut

We stand with RailHawks players, coaches, and staff. We cannot stand by our owners.  

Our ownership has no vision for RailHawks or the future of soccer in the Raleigh-Durham area  

Our owner said he'd rather see @FTLStrikers make the 2014 playoffs than RailHawks  

In the past 2 years, 5 players have quit playing soccer midseason rather than play for RailHawks  

One RailHawks player abandoned his chase for the Golden Boot to go back to grad school  

The only RailHawks player to feature every min of every 2015 match, left midseason to be a youth coach  

The RailHawks opened training camp 2 months later than most NASL teams to save money 

While other NASL teams toured foreign lands, our players trained alone bc camp had not opened yet  

The RailHawks signed several U18 players to amateur (unpaid) contracts to save on payroll in the Spring  

Sometimes RailHawks cannot field a full complement of substitutes due to limited roster size  

While other NASL teams played summer international friendlies, RailHawks did not  

While RailHawks struggle with limited assets, our owners pocketed millions in bribes  

After the FIFA scandal, RailHawks owners have refused to answer questions about their involvement  

The owners of RailHawks have shown no respect for their customers  

We would rather be league-owned than ignored by RailHawks ownership  

Absentee ownership is bad for RailHawks, bad for fans, bad for NASL, bad for our community  

3 RailHawks owners in 9 years; 2 had legal troubles; 1 sold us on EBay; we deserve better  

The only path forward for RailHawks is local, engaged, visionary ownership  

We stand with RailHawks players, coaches, and staff.
We cannot stand by our owners.