Well i was reading todays Chronicle, i go and buy it and try to find anything on yesterdays game, I go to the Dynamos summary, and theres two things that annoyed the hell out me, these chronicle clowns have no clue what they publish sometimes, First thing i see is this Weather or not The threat of lightning and heavy rain around Robertson Stadium delayed kickoff for about 45 minutes. Even under such conditions, the Dynamo supporters' group the Texian Army — horns, drums and all — braved the inclement weather for about 10 minutes before taking cover with the rest of the fans in the stadium concourses. No offense on the Texian army, wich i do like the fact some of these do so support, but the ones Cheering and Jumping and doing all kinds of things were the members of el batallon. Besides Sam and a couple more of his buddies there was no more texian army in the group, i might be wrong but bout 80-90% were members of the Batallon, you know who they are. Then this guy gos and says we took cover, NEVER, did we take cover, we stood even under the light rain... I am writing to this guy today, or glenn davis, heck i might even go on the radio station monday night with glenn davis, We need more credit for our things. Dont get me wrong i like the texian army, its just that we need to be recognized even more, Then this article, more info on chivas barra, than the dynamo fans themselves... here we got a good Barra, and the coverage gos for the chivas legion barra, who couldnt even be heard... just annoys me, i await your opinions Chivas USA followers In what might have been a first at a Dynamo match, the visiting team had its visible share of fans in the stands and even its own supporters' group. About 50 people clad in Chivas USA and Chivas Guadalajara gear took over section 223 of Robertson Stadium to encourage the Goats. "The real Chivas (Guadalajara) represents Mexico, so since we have Chivas USA here, we have to support them, too, " said Juan Carlos Gamboa of Sugar Land. "This is only my second game supporting Chivas USA, but I've always come out and supported Chivas (Guadalajara)." The fans, who came from as far away as Dallas, Austin and San Antonio, were members of the Legión 1908, Chivas Guadalajara's international supporters' club.