The Colorado Rapids supporters voiced their frustration over the club’s recent performance and governance, calling for substantial changes.
Kroenke’s statement: a promise or just PR?
The statement conveyed the ownership’s commitment to “long-term success within the core principles of the club.”
Kroenke also pledged to focus on the team’s competitiveness and assess the future of the club’s infrastructure.
He mentioned plans to involve supporters in the master plan for the “Victory Crossing Project,” slated for completion in 2024.
Fans remain sceptical
The group highlighted multiple issues, including the dismal state of DICK’s Sporting Goods Park and a lack of genuine fan engagement.
It remains to be seen if the club’s supporters find solace in Josh Kroenke’s statement or see it as another PR exercise.
A history of unfulfilled promises?
Centennial 38’s exhaustive critique sheds light on a plethora of issues under KSE’s management, including security concerns, high ticket prices, and the state of the club’s facilities.
Supporters argue that the management has shown more interest in ventures outside the club, leaving the Rapids’ fanbase an afterthought.