Just got back from a fantastic couple of games. USA v Costa Rica in Chicago and USA v Paraguay in Philly. First time sitting in the AO section (both games). Loved the support. Loved the energy. Loved standing the whole game. Respect that we did not boo the opponent's national anthem. Something that grated on me was when our own AO fans at times yelled out loudly in criticism of OUR players. The big critiques in BigSoccer land right now are Bradley's mistakes (the occasional missed pass) and Gyasi's first touch, and I heard these coming from the stands. "Come on, Bradley!" "Dammit, Gyasi!" Not everyone. But it happened. More than once. From more than a few people. There's no place for that. Those players are busting their asses out there. They know when they made a mistake. And yes, they can hear you. Vast majority of the American Outlaws, no problem. But if the dude next to you is one of the handful who does that shit, it's on you to tell them to knock it off. Unite and rally! On to Seattle!