We should all take a leaf out of this book.

It all started when the Chicago Fire, the MLS version of Sam Kerr's NWSL heavyweights, Chicago Red Stars, decided to leave their shared (yes, it's capacity 28,000 and it's shared) Bridgeview stadium and Time Out Chicago chose this pointed tweet.



Okay, so it was stupid to forget that the Red Stars existed but as fellow media, we can't jump on the bandwagon too much in case we make a similar mistake tomorrow. Suffice to say, female football fans in Chicago shouldn't have to feel so generous.



What's particularly important though isn't the usual Twitter vitriol - admittedly justified - that the social media intern for Time Out went through. What's incredible and very poignant for W-League fans is what happened next...