Hey Army. It’s that time again. Put some dirty clothes on and get your paint brushes out, it’s time to do some painting!
This season marks the 10th season the Steel Army has been supporting the Riverhounds. Because of that we want to end the season big by putting together the largest tifo we’ve ever done. I’m talking magnitudes larger than anything we’ve done before. As far as I’m aware this’ll be one of if not the largest the league’s ever seen to boot. It goes without saying WE NEED YOUR HELP. We’ve been able to get by the last couple with a small paint crew since they were simple. This one, not so much.
Join us on September 30th at 9 AM, or the following day October 1st also at 9 AM. We’ll be at Zach’s place again in Squirrel Hill. Steel…
Woof. Saturday sure didn’t go well. I thought it would be any explosive match, and technically I was corrected, just in the worst way possible. Louisville came to town and gave the Hounds a reality punch to the face. We may have been on a roll coming into the match, but we saw loud and clear the gulf between 10th and 1st.
The Hounds came out strong much like they did at Cincinnati. In the opening 10 minutes they were explosive and controlled play. All three of our scoring threats got a look at the net, but sadly nothing came of it. Once the clock hit 15, much like the previous week, Cinderella’s night was done and the Louisville show began. We’ve seen it a lot this season. When the Hounds can’t get that early goal they start to bunker and flounder…
It’s that time again to put on some old clothes and grab a paint brush- we have another tifo to paint. Since we’re in the middle of the season this time let’s go nuts and throw in a watch party too! Join us on Saturday June 17th at Army member Zach’s house in Squirrel Hill. You can find his address in the Speakeasy. If you forget the Speakeasy password check your email for the Steel Army Dispatch. We’ll start painting at 4 pm and watch the Hounds take on Louisville at 7. BYOB. We’ll order some pizza or something before the game.
As always if you can bring a brush we appreciate it. Also a throw away plastic cup to hold the paint is helpful. If you have any questions drop us a line.