Atlanta United's MLS Cup party is winding down, but hangover of trying to stay on top is just beginning
ATLANTA -- Michael Parkhurst sat at the news conference stage with the kind of contented look on his face that one gets after finally winning an MLS Cup at the fifth attempt. He was asked about next season and whether Atlanta can sustain the success it has achieved in just two years of existence on the field.
Parkhurst preferred to live in the moment.
"We'll worry about that next year," he said. "We'll party hard tonight."
The party has of course continued since Saturday night in Atlanta. A...