When this weekend began, Detroit City's supporter's were fresh off of wanting a possible change at the helm as it looked certain City would miss the playoffs. After the whistle blew in Hollway Stadium in Ann Arbor, the chants for Ben Pirrman's praises were restored to their normal raucous volume.
Once again, Detroit City FC found themselves in a match they should have put away. Once again, they did not, as Alec Green of Lansing United found himself unmarked in the Detroit box and slotted him the game tying in the 83rd minute, as Detroit City FC failed to win
Detroit City FC's glorious carriage of an evening turned into a rotting pumpkin of a night in the 48th minute, and they were lucky to escape with any points, drawing with the current NPSL Great Lakes West leader AFC Ann Arbor 1-1.
Looking to get over Wednesday's lemon booty result in
Finally having their own Steve Young "monkey off my back" moment, Detroit City FC proved that the third time is in fact, the charm as they beat in-state rival Michigan Bucks 0-0 (4-3 PK) to advance to the second round of the US Open Cup against Louisville City FC this upcoming Wednesday.