Hi everyone, Despite mad weather and a dissapointing game/result on saturday I really enjoyed my first outing to the Rapids. Will definitely be showing up again on thursday. The DICKS park is excellent - but what's this ? I was sat in various parts of the 118 section (moving slowly backwards to avoid the rain) - and you can't see the touchline!!! The advertising hoardings are so close to the pitch that they obscure the view. So right in front of us - the fans can't see whether the ball is in or out. As I'm sure everyone agrees - whether the ball is out for a throw or not is a big deal - and creates alot of "touchline tension". The solution is simple - the advertising needs to go back a couple of yards - then everyone will be able to see the full pitch. The present situation is completely unacceptable. My question is - how do we communicate this to the Rapids management or whoever is responsible - and get it rectified ? For soccer to be a success at DICKS we need new soccer supporters (like myself) paying week in week out. Someone needs to point out that not being able to see the touchline is a BIG mistake !! Cheers, George.