“Well, you’re not happy when you have to turn over coaches the way we’ve had to. There are lot of reasons for it. At the end of the day, you point one finger, three point back at you. So you have to start out with what could we have done better? I think in this last coach, there were some things in terms of cultural, aspirations and the way he was treating our players, et cetera, et cetera. I think we probably could have done a better job with our homework, upfront on that."
-- Atlanta United owner Arthur Blank
in his first remarks since the dismissal of Argentine head coach Gabriel Heinze
, the MLS club's second mid-season firing of a high-profile foreign coach in two seasons. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution