Okay, I've debated whether to start this thread or not, but I think it needs to be said. After the match, Adin Brown came over to section 131 to say hello to his family of which there was about 10 members. A DC fan yelled to him, "Thanks alot, you cost us three points". He said this smiling, and Adin Brown sheepishly replied "Sorry bout that". Brown then handed his gloves and signed them to a young DC fan and then handed his keepers jersey to another young DC fan. You should of see the looks on the faces of these kids. Stuff like that goes a long way in making a young kid a soccer fan. Anyway, kids are lining up to get his autograph, and he's hugging and kissing his family members when three guys come over and start yelling "Hey Brown, you suck you fu***** pus**!!" Adin's family just kind of looked at them shaking their heads, but they wouldn't let up. They just kept shouting other similar witty remarks. Adin Brown played out of his mind in that match, and he made several kids very happy by just signing a autograph and handing out his gloves and jersey. The "fans" who came over to berate him in front of his family and about a dozen young kids humiliated themselves as well as the rest of the DC fans. Maybe I'm way off with this post, but I've always thought of DC's fans as above the crap that we see other club's supporters engage in. If the guys involved are reading this, I'd like to hear what exactly they thought they accomplished acting that way.