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June 12, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Arts and Entertainment

No Press, No Analysis, No Accountability
By Thomas Mack

On a night with more than 3500 fans in attendance North Carolina Football Club (NCFC) embarrassingly stumbled to a 2-1 loss against Bethlehem Steel Football Club (BSFC), in another lackluster performance under head coach Colin Clarke.

With the absence of a sophisticated and knowledgeable press, the NCFC website, gives the only local account of the teams’ performance. And as one would imagine, their account is unprofessional and shallow to say the least. It provided no criticism of the teams performance, a team that badly needs criticism, to hold both the coach and players accountable.

In the past six seasons NCFC and this community, previously Carolina Railhawks, have been unable to enjoy any success on the pitch or in the stands. The team performances have mostly been below average in five of the last six years, and yet the club define a successful season as one where they made the playoffs and lost in the first round.

Without a sophisticated and knowledgeable press, NCFC embraces a very low standard and thus sets their own definition of success, which appears to not include winning games and by extension championships, or at minimum producing performances that the fans can be proud of. This dilemma will certainly accelerate the owner(s) lost investment at a rate of 4 million last year, according to an anonymous source.

In most countries with a soccer culture, and sophisticated and knowledgeable press, , this head coach couldn’t keep his job. One of the most celebrated coaches in America lost his job in English Premier League (EPL) after 11 games because of poor performances, which earned him 8 points of a possible 33 points. A country where even training sessions are scrutinized by both the fans and press. So far this season this coach have earned 11 points of a possible 30 points, leaving the team 12th in the standing of 16 teams, and no one appears to be concerned.

In Cary, NC you have a group of players, a beautiful stadium, a wealthy owner and a dream to become a MLS franchise, most of the ingredients for success. However, all that’s needed is a coach and organization that can bring the team into this century along with sophisticated knowledgeable local press to hold all stakes holders accountable.

NCFC is not to far away.

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