Do Haeng Michael Kitchen

Writer. Attorney. Detroit City FC Til I Die.

April 15, 2017 Pre-Season Friendly Saginaw Valley State University 1, Detroit City FC 3 Braddock Field, University City, Michigan Attendance: ? 8′  Detroit City FC Cyrus Saydee (Jeff Adkins) 56′  Detroit City FC Jeff Adkins (PK) 82′  Saginaw Valley State University Alberto Gangutia (PK) 85′  Detroit City FC Tommy Catalano (Jeff Adkins) Finally.  The passing …

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I was out of sorts.  My novel completed, out seeking a partner to bring it to readers.  Tightening and polishing rejected short stories.  Planning my next novel, its first draft to be typewritten during November’s National Novel Writing Month.  Falling behind in my reading.  Seeing my work through a new writers groups’ eyes.  It felt …

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May 26, 2012 Detroit City FC 3, Erie Admirals 0 DCFC Knox Cameron (Keith Lough) 19′ DCFC Keith Lough (Tom Oatley) 35′ DCFC Kyle Bethel 83′ The first true test of support for Detroit City FC.  A torrential rain hammered the fans early in the afternoon affair.  But together, Supporters and team weathered the storm, …

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MAY 12, 2012 Detroit City FC 1, AFC Cleveland 1 DCFC Stefan St. Louis (Tom Oatley) 11′ AFC  Vinny Bell 35′ A crowd of 1,072 fans ushered in Detroit’s new soccer team.  It was also the debut of the Northern Guard Supporters. Pre-Game: The first march to the stadium: The starting eleven: The opening goal.  …

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Those of us who are passionate about our city, and passionate about our soccer, who will sing for you, City, who is City Til We Die and will be buried in rouge and gold, are eager for the 2015 season of Detroit City Football Club soccer at Cass Tech Stadium (Estadia Cass Techia) to begin. …

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Wow.  What a weekend.  The best way to describe it is in bite-size pieces. Motor City Comic Con (Novi, MI):  This year was the 25th Anniversary of the Motor City Comic Con – an event held over a three-day weekend in May – which features comic and media celebrities from the past and present.  Over …

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