What would your top 5 priorities be during the upcoming offseason to improve the Columbus Crew. This can be from a "on-field product" standpoint, it could be from a "enjoying the Crew experience" standpoint, or you can even make it from a "North End" standpoint. I don't have 5 for each, but here are some main things that come to mind. OFP: 1. Replace the coaching staff. According to their site, we have a head coach, 2 assistant coaches, and a team manager. I would get rid of Andrulis, Launder, and Warzycha. Not sure who this team manager guy is, but give him the axe too just to clean house. Then I'd bring in a new head coach, 1 assistant coach, who shadows the head coach... not some specialist crap. Then have a seperate coach for the keepers and one for set pieces (FK,CK,PK). Get people in here who know what they're doing. 2. Look into the training staff. Could something have been done better by the docs and therapists to prevent or lessen some of these injuries? If so, time to clean up that area too. There were just too many injuries this season. That can't continue. 3. Evaluate the SI situation, clean that up for the upcoming season. I don't think any of the SIs are really looking at a secure job. ETC: 1. The biggest thing that annoyes me at Crew games is the "Let's Go Crew" chant, because the PA guy is always terribly off. It absolutely drives me nuts. Can we please do something here? Is it asking too much? For God's sake, pre-record that stuff and get it set up like a radio station. Then he just pushes a button and he doesn't have to worry about his lack of rhythm. 2. Get the Crewzers out of their obsoleet corner. I know we all like to take the mickey out of them, but they can really be utilized to improve the atmostphere. Get them with some placards to lead some cheers rather than just looking like dumb floozies that got rejected by some NFL Europe team. 3. Can we get some WWF type fireworks to come out of the scoreboard or something whenever we score a goal? Something like that would really appeal to a great number of fans, I think. Everything from the kids to the middle-aged.