With the success that MLS has become (by success I mean gaining popularity to a respect, lasting this long and moving away from single entity ownership), it has generally become more popular, and fans have also to an extent grown attatched to their teams. RBNY fans love their team, DCU fans love their team etc etc. However, as the passion for teams increases, so does the chance for ugliness in the stands. My question to all: Is it time to have designated away sections with security for local Derbies? (Atlantic Cup, FCD/HOU, SuperClassico) By away sections I mean a section of seats not sold to the general public, can be bought only by opposing team fans, and has their own security in case problems occur. IMO I think for the more heated rivalries ie Atlantic Cup, SuperClassico and with violence that has ensued, I would like to see this imposed. It will lessen the chance of Violence erupting at the stadium while at the same time generating a great atmosphere.