Free Kick: Atlanta United Julian Gressel post-New York City FC presser 4.15.18 #sportsinquirer #atlutd #nycfc

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Atlanta United midfielder Julian Gressel following his team’s 2-2 home tie against New York City FC on April 15. He had three shots and a team-high 77 touches in the contest. Topics included the contest, how teams are defending Atlanta and the importance of earning a point before the upcoming road contest at the Los Angeles Galaxy.

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Free Kick: Atlanta United Brad Guzan post-New York City FC presser 4.15.18 #sportsinquirer #atlutd #nycfc

The Sports Inquirer attended the post-game presser of Atlanta United goalkeeper Brad Guzan following the team’s 2-2 home tie against New York City FC on April 15. Topics included thoughts on the match and working with the defensive front of Michael Parkhurst, Leandro Gonzalez Pirez and Chris McCann.

Free Kick: Atlanta United Greg Garza post-New York City FC presser 4.15.18 #sportsinquirer #atlutd #nycfc

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Atlanta United defender/midfielder Greg Garza following his team’s 2-2 home tie against New York City FC on April 15. He had three shots in the contest. Topics included thoughts on the game, the debut of teammate Ezequiel Barco and earning a tie in the battle of the top-two teams in the Eastern Conference.

Free Kick: Atlanta United Ezequiel Barco post-New York City FC presser 4.15.18 #sportsinquirer #atlutd

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Atlanta United midfielder Ezequiel Barco following his team’s 2-2 home tie against New York City FC on April 15. He had one shot as a substitute. Topics included his debut with the team and the result of the contest.

Free Kick: Atlanta United Tata Martino post-New York City FC presser 4.15.18 #sportsinquirer #atlutd #nycfc

The Sports Inquirer attended the post-game presser of Atlanta United manager Tata Martino following his team’s 2-2 home tie against New York City FC on April 15. Topics included thoughts on the tie, Darlington Nagbe’s disallowed goal, Ezequiel Barco’s team debut and calling it the best game the team has played under his tenure.