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Twitter Reacts as Wil Trapp is dealt to Inter Miami

Sad reacts only.

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Well, alright then.

Columbus Crew SC captain Wil Trapp was traded to new Major League Soccer expansion side Inter Miami on Friday afternoon. Trapp, who was signed by the Crew as a Homegrown player in 2013, was the club’s captain since 2016.

Since joining the Black and Gold in 2013, Trapp has played a total of 185 games with 179 of those being starts and scoring two goals with Crew SC.

The news was first reported by Paul Tenorio of The Athletic.

As if Crew fans couldn’t handle the reports of rebranding — which were later shot down — earlier this week, now they have this to deal with. And let’s just say, there are a lot of mixed feelings.

There were some uplifting moments on the Twitterverse that wished Trapp luck in the next stage of his career.

John Lavelle, a member of the Nordecke and capo, included the Gahanna native into a life-changing moment at the end of the season last year, when Trapp helped him propose to his now fiancé after the Black & Gold defeated the Philadelphia Union 2-0.

Here is what he had to say about the move:

Crew fans have also been seen saying that any success or failure of this season rests solely on Caleb Porter and Tim Bezbatchenko.

Trapp will make his return to MAPFRE Stadium with Miami on July 5.