Ok, lots of debate by people saying that they are loyal to the Metro's and MLS and that they weren't going to go to this match because they were screwing the Metro's, etc... However, this match drew 70,000 to it. The Metro die hards might be dismissing this because of the way it all panned out (which was pretty messed up to the Metros), but Champions whatever they are called were able to put together a match that drew a ton of people, and Metros should look and see how they did it. Some will say that its because it was Real Madrid & Roma, but its not like we've not had big clubs come before. AC Milan were here earlier this year, Bayern Munich were here last year (Champions League winners like Real now to boot). Rangers, Boca Juniors. Roma had even been here before. These are big clubs too. But their visits hardly registered a blip. What did the people who put together this event do to publicise it that the Metros should be doing for their games so they can get larger crowds? Instead of spending so much time complaining about this, more effort should be taken to see what it is that they did right.