25 thoughts on “New York Red Bulls at Seattle Sounders FC – 3/19/09

  1. @Headcheezonium Oh and finally, considering Football is originally from the UK, we do have history with each and every club.

  2. @Headcheezonium Absolute rubbish and you know it. English fans as you call them, are the same in the fact they support them as they grow up. How can you assume something like that from being at 2 games? You have NO clue. And no, we don’t just “care” when the team is winning. Blackburn Rovers as an example, is in the bottom 3 of the table, and yet they still get 3/4 of the ground full. Who cares about how many fans a team has any way? Fact is, world laughs at US “soccer”.

  3. @windowspczone I’ve been to Anfield and White Hart Lane when I visited England last year, and they don’t even compare to the passion that MLS has. I admit, Our fans are laughable compared to the ones in Netherlands, Germany and Turkey, But English are quiet and only sing when they are winning. Most fans of Seattle and Portland, for example, have been supporting the clubs since they were kids and the club means everything to them. The English only care about their team when they win.

  4. @Headcheezonium Seattle Fans were probably still chanting because they knew they would never win against Man UTD in the first place! To be honest… Seattle Fans or any Fans from US would be chanting even if the game was canceled, it means nothing. There’s no history, passion. In the US, it’s all about how big your sponsors are, how big your stadiums are. Until you’ve actually been and seen a game here, you can’t judge. US can’t do everything amazing you know.

  5. @Headcheezonium Wigan for example, is a Rugby Town! Wigan FC has small support because the majority of people are interested in Rugby, not Football. Blackburn, again, is a small town. You can’t expect a whole town to be interested in Football can you. These clubs have small followings, but are still capable of quality football. I suppose it’s unlike the US, where all the major league teams are HUGE with massive sponsorships and stadiums with no heart, history or personality.

  6. @Headcheezonium Not true. The attendance can change for a number of reasons. For example, if it was Wigan V Man UTD, you’d expect Wigan fans to turn up in their thousands for the game? That can be wrong because Man UTD are reserved more seats than usual due to the size of the club. If those UTD fans can’t make it = empty seats. Slight exaggeration don’t you think? “everyone leaves” Haha how misinformed can you be?! Wigan, Blackburn etc are SMALL football teams.

  7. @996artichoke And yet they get more grade A pussy in one night than you’ll ever have in your life.

    Respond when you lose your virginity. Jailrap and getting piled on doesn’t count.

  8. @windowspczone Who the hell cares about the Superbowl? NFL is a boring sport. Have you seen the stadiums in the EPL? The attendance goes by how the team is doing. When the team is losing, Everyone leaves and pretends to be a Man United Fan. Look at Wigan, Blackburn, and QPR. Most are lucky to have half a stadium filled. When Seattle’s B-Team was losing 7-0 to Man United last summer, All of the Seattle fans were still chanting. English fans would have left in the 80th minute.

  9. @Headcheezonium How did you come to that statistic? Oh no wait you didn’t, that’s your opinion. Just another ignorant US citizen. Got better things to do that argue with you. Isn’t your beloved Superbowl on tonight? Where for some reason, for one night, everyone in the US pretends they are a fan of the game.

  10. @windowspczone You’re from England. The EPL has the worst fans in the world. Even we are louder than you.

  11. @Headcheezonium US “Soccer” is just hilarious. There’s just no enthusiasm for the game. Plus, the quality of the football is beyond awful. The rest of the world will take the US seriously when they invest in real players, and not players that are at the end of their career… Ahem David Beckham as an example.

  12. @Hitmonchan107 We stick with the more successful team? Are you deluded? we have MANY teams within the Premier League, Champions League, League 1, 2 etc which are very small clubs, yet they get full support. Don’t know how you have that assumption but that’s seriously not the case. Like any other sport, the team is going to aim for the Cup Title, so why would it be different here? Britain and Spain are so much more passionate for the game than anywhere else, and the world knows it.

  13. @996artichoke They won the war thanks to a German scientist. Oh, and NFL = Nancy Faggots League. How come they always dogpile on each other for one ball? For a so-called “man’s sport” that sure is fuckin’ gay.

  14. @windowspczone At least they’re cheering for a team regardless of the number of titles they have won. Not like you Brits who stick with the more successful team because your precious Wayne Rooney or Carlos Tevez fuck up a pass and eliminates them from getting the Premier League Cup.

  15. You Suck Corralles and The Big Viper were in Seattle for this match, panhandling for the airfare back to Newark fucking SodaNazi sellouts.

  16. The reactions from the crowds are rubbigh. They barely cheer or anything as Seattle score. It’s as though they don’t care. Nothing like British football.

  17. my god you people piss me the fuck off. is it possible that NFL people can stop trolling? and you bitches who respond to these trolls saying NFL is stupid, BACK THE FUCK OFF TOO. i dont like NFL, but it requires much strength and skill as soccer. STFU and talk about something related.

  18. This is what the United States needs to endorse its Soccer/ Football franchise. As we get endless shit from Europeans that Soccer/Football here is a rip-off, a team, a city like this slaps there accusation in the face. Fuck you Europeans, he MLS is growing, and you can do nothing about it.

  19. @996artichoke Actually, It was his favorite sport and personally went to the 1934 and 1938 World Cups. Now go back under your bridge, little troll! 🙂

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