In every sense of the word, it’s been an offseason of change for Utah Royals FC.
For Harrington, it means rebuilding some key pieces for the 2020 season, training session by training session, game by game. That said, there’s still a balanced needed to be competitive this year while also preparing for the future.
“For everyone to say winning isn’t important, it’s a lie,” Harrington told The Equalizer. “It is. It’s why we’re in a professional sport. It’s what we do and it’s what I expect from our team and for our fans and for our players. We’re not going to let any season just pass us by, but we [also] have to prepare for the future.”
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