For Runner, RunAway was his childhood dreams come true, one of the most precious things he ever built. But his guilt towards his wife, daughter, and his remaining players were rising. His family deserved much more time from him, especially his baby girl. His players deserved a much better team, somewhere with a dedicated coach and a comfortable team house. It felt too irresponsible to carry on with this juggling act.
And so Runner quietly prepared to call it quits. RunAway would disband. It had been a good run. But then his wife stopped him.
But then his wife stopped him. “The kids deserve one last shot,” she said. “They all stuck with RunAway just because of you. It’s okay if our family has it tough for a while. Let’s get a proper team house and give our players all the support they need.”