Saturday, February 6, 2016

Final vote on Union's postgame celebration

I took the names suggested for the Union's postgame celebration and narrowed them down to the five most-often suggested by readers.

Final vote on Union's postgame celebration


I took the names suggested for the Union's postgame celebration and narrowed them down to the five most-often suggested by readers. Nominations came from comments on the last post, Twitter and email.

Your choices are at right. Vote early and often. I'm heading out of town for the holiday, so there won't be any blogging for a few days. Enjoy the weekend, and don't forget about the Union's game against Chivas USA on Saturday night. Kickoff is at 10:30 p.m. and the broadcast will be on Fox Soccer Channel.

If you're staying in town, the Independence host Boston at Farrell Stadium on Sunday at 4 p.m. If you're willing to venture outside in the heat, you'll see a team that would claim first place with a win if FC Gold Pride loses at Atlanta on Saturday.

Have a great weekend, everyone.

What should the Union's postgame celebration be called?
The Delaware Dive
The French Dip
The River Dance
The River End Plunge
The River End Rush
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