Apr 20, 2012, 8:15 PM EDT
When you’re team is stinking up the joint, tension around the entire organization is thick as June gloom along the California shoreline. Jobs are in jeopardy, people are all up in each other’s masks and the skies are very cloudy all day.
So staff members darkly watch their backs. Or surreptitiously scan the jobs landscape – you know, just in case. Or they just hunker down, try not to make waves and hope for the best.
They don’t even go to lunch.
Meanwhile … !
If you’re team is setting records for brilliant starts, sending studious researchers to the stacks to dust off historical marks as they fall, it’s all joyness, ice cream sundaes and magic bags of unicorn dust!
And you get to make fun videos like this one from the clever folks at Sporting Kansas City. It’s definitely worth a few giggles.
- Why MLS was so focused on New York as the 20th market 12
- It’s official: Manchester City and the Yankees will own and operate Major League Soccer’s newest expansion team. 28
- Gareth Bale set to re-sign with Tottenham – But is it a good deal for the Welshman? 7
- Looking back at Week 6 of the NWSL season 2
- Movement in the LA Galaxy-Omar Gonzalez situation 6
- Bigger impact on U.S. soccer growth: David Beckham or Pele? (35)
- It’s official: Manchester City and the Yankees will own and operate Major League Soccer’s newest expansion team. (28)
- Portland ball kid correct to deny Mario de Luna (12)
- Why MLS was so focused on New York as the 20th market (12)
- More on Landon Donovan and the U.S. national team roster (11)
- Live Extra: Watch Bruins-Rangers, Game 3
- Durant pledges $1 million for tornado victims
- Golden Super Bowl to Bay Area; LI to Houston
- PBT: Grizzlies aim to stem Spurs' momentum
- CSN: Tiger admits he and Sergio don't get along
- HBT: Yankees buying share of expansion MLS team
- PHT: Kings searching for killer instinct in Game 4
- Play Video: Premier League drama set to thrill
- Play Video: Premier League: Real English drama
- Play Video: Highlights: Union outlast Fire
- Play Video: Sir Alex says goodbye
- Play Video: Morgan committed to growth of new women's league
- Play Video: Boy with cancer, 8, scores against major league soccer team