Brad Rock: RSL owner in 'charitable mood' negotiating with coach Jason Kreis

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  • Shane Weaver Carbondale, CO
    Nov. 12, 2013 7:19 a.m.

    Resigning Jason is a no brainer. Does anyone know if The Kreis' are happy in Salt Lake? If so and Deloy is sincere about doing all he can to resign Jason then there is a good chance he will be back to coach the Blue Bloods. Money isn't everything. The RSL Blue Bloods forever!!!

  • footballfan6262 SANDY, UT
    Nov. 11, 2013 3:39 p.m.

    If talks have been "tabled" until after the season then Kreis is gone, because his contract is done when the season is over.

    Hansen is just trying to calm the fan base, he doesn't want to upset them or the team during this playoff run. “We’ve got a really, really good Plan B.”is all you need to hear.

    Jason is on to bigger and more lucrative opportunity.

  • matt4226 Holladay, UT
    Nov. 11, 2013 10:03 a.m.

    Deloy Hansen has accomplished two things since joining the RSL franchise. He worked out a local TV deal so that all RSL games, both home and away, can be viewed in HD. Then, he had a stadium WiFi installed and made it free to the fans. He's done more than just this, but these are two things which show that he wants to improve the fan experience. If Jason Kreis does leave at the end of this season it won't be because Hansen didn't offer him enough money, it will be because coaching in a bigger market like NYC will give him a better chance to coach ths USMNT one day.