I wouldn't list Nathan, I have no gripes with how the merchandise side is run, I wish he would have been able to keep the online store open but that was nixed by the league after a big fight. I'll never order anything from the mls.com store because of how they did that crap NO shit, sherlock. So they just show up a few hours early that day and have nothing to do with setting expectations and making demands of a facility they are running a game out of? Don't be stupid. Mont Cty park and/or the soccer authority take their biggest cues from the host team, and I imagine they would do as liitle as possible with no clear direction, I would too. United were probably offered a few options and made the bad decision to take the lowest effort/cost one instead of taking the combination of crowd and facility into account. 5200 at RFK would be a piece of cake and they could have skated by with no effort at all, but that place is different and it is not like they haven't been there before to know that. You'll notice I blamed them both. And even if it was all MC ********ing all that up, United put their face on that game they should have been out walking the lines or something, they were clueless. Or blaming the 'plex the next morning in an apology letter Anyway, I hope you're right and next fall when the new stadium opens under their direct control, we'll never see bad crowd management like we have at the other places we've played.