A few general thoughts. If I anger you, let's talk. The point of singing, etc. is to get as many people in the stadium as possible to sing along. Therefore, a supporters group should facilitate that. Whoever starts a song doesn't matter; everyone should join in. Like it or not, most people in the stands do not know Spanish. So, Spanish songs are lost on the majority of the people supporting the team. I think most people need to be more comfortable singing in English before they try in Spanish. Nothing offensive meant here. I'm just saying most people are hesitant to sing in a language they know, therefore, they won't try in any other language. By doing certain songs in certain situations, people learn songs. For example, yelling "********" at the keeper. If EB/TA did more things like "Let's go Dynamo" when we have a corner, tense moments in a match, etc. the whole crowd would join in. After all, the point is for EVERYONE to support the team, not just supporters groups. By the way, during the second half of the Dallas match, this started to happen. It was great to hear the majority of the stadium chanting together.