NYTimes: Fans in Cary, N.C., Protest as FIFA Scandal Hits Their Little Home Team

Photo:  NYTimes.com

Photo:  NYTimes.com

Rebecca Ruiz of the New York Times was in attendance at last Saturday RailHawks v. New York Cosmos match and has written a feature article on our ownership woes.

At a recent match, dozens of the RailHawks’ most loyal supporters marched around the stadium with whistles, drums, cymbals and a megaphone. They wore shirts emblazoned with “Traffic Out,” the same message displayed on an orange tarp spanning two parking spaces in the tailgate lot. One man waved a for-sale sign lofted on a three-foot pole.

During the second half, the group put new lyrics to one of their familiar cheers. “We need an owner, oh yes we do. We need an owner, how about you?” they sang.