Before Saturday's win over Vancouver in their home opener, the Union were actually fit to be tied.
That's because the day before the game, goalkeeper Faryd Mondragon bought the entire team and front-office personnel blue ties. The Union wear suits and ties to games, and Mondragon wanted to make sure they were professionally attired.
When asked about it, the 39-year-old keeper brushed away questions.
He didn't do it for the publicity, conceding that it was a gesture to help bond the team together.
Then Mondragon said, "Ask Peter about it."
Team manager Peter Nowak was more than happy to discuss the situation.