Black & Gold Bullets: September 20
- With starting goalkeeper Andy Gruenebaum sidelined for the last eight games due to injury, backup Matt Lampson has seized his opportunity. Now, as Adam Jardy from the Columbus Dispatch explains, Lampson has his eyes set on the starting job.
- Crew defensive midfielder Kevan George has been around the world in 18 days. The journey started September 1 when he left the Crew to join the Trinidad & Tobago national team at the OSN Cup in Saudi Arabia. Upon his return, he finalized his American citizenship Tuesday. Jardy follows George’s crazy September.
- One of Major League soccer’s greatest rivalries will write its latest chapter on Saturday. The Columbus Crew and Chicago Fire have had some heated matches since they first matched up in 1998. TheCrew.com’s Cody Sharrett traces the history of the rivalry and points out some of its greatest moments and characteristics.
- Bernardo Anor joined FOX28/ABC6’s “Good Day Columbus” this morning the make arepas on a special “Cooking with the Crew” segment. Find out how the midfielder makes the special dish that has been in his family for a long time.