Check out my full gamer from Minnesota United's 3-2 loss at the San Jose Earthquakes on Sunday. A notebook will be online, too, so look for that.

And here's a nice quote from center back Michael Boxall on this season as a whole (since he joined in the summer, at least):

“I think since I’ve been here, I wasn’t too sure what I was coming into, and I think coming into it, there’s a lot of talent in this room," Boxall said. "I love playing under Adrian [Heath]. He gets us going the right way, and any time where we failed on the pitch, it’s because us players haven’t done the job or haven’t shown up. So I think over the offseason, we need to take a massive look at ourselves and just do everything we have to do to show everyone that we want to be here, and we want to do something next year.”

Meanwhile, Christian Ramirez, who ended the year with 14 goals, pointed to three things he was proud of from this year:

"I'm proud of being able to win 10 games as an expansion side that people didn't believe would get five," Ramirez said. "Being able to score in double-digits my first year and get used to this league. Seeing how we've grown the fanbase, and everyone in the cities has gotten behind the team. That's been exciting to see each game and be a part of. It's about going into the offseason and putting in the work that's necessary to keep building."

Rewatch my Facebook Live below (or click here) where I got, like, two questions. We're all already in fine offseason form.

Thanks to everyone for reading along this season. There will be plenty of offseason Loons' coverage, what with the drafts and transfer window and so on. But it's been a wild ride this year. Already looking forward to 2018!

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