Smells Like Grass

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Finally! When the Red Bulls take on Toronto FC on Oct.24 they will be celebrating regardless of the result (No jokes here). First, it is the last day that they will ever have to play in horrific Giants Stadium, second what awaits them is Red Bull Arena. Today the first pieces of the field went in (Kentucky blue grass to be exact, I still don’t get the difference from Tennessee red grass!), with that in mind it is a huge milestone in the club’s history which has been over shadowed by mediocrity on the field until Juan Pablo Angel arrived. The US Soccer world can’t wait for that first game at RBA, neither can we.

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