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Crowd Count: MLS chases 2015 attendance record 
At the All-Star break, MLS clubs are averaging 21,429 fans a game, almost unchanged (down 0.6 percent) from last year's ...
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Crowd Count: MLS chases 2015 attendance record
by Paul Kennedy on Tuesday, Jul 26, 2016 4:07 AM EDT
Photo At the All-Star break, MLS clubs are averaging 21,429 fans a game, almost unchanged (down 0.6 percent) from last year's record average attendance of 21,574. The league has a shot at breaking the 2015 record. Many teams have traditionally drawn their best crowds in the fall. MLS's three Canadian teams lead the league with increases of 8 percent or more. The surprise: Supporters' Shield leader FC Dallas is down 15 percent from its final 2015 average.  
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"I don't mind spending money on the ticket, I don't have to watch the game, but you should send your players in the stadium or even just have them walking a lap around the field."

-- Chinese soccer fan Netizen Liu Ningning on social media, angry about the cancellation of the Manchester United-Manchester City match in Beijing due to a bad field made worse by bad weather. (CNBC.com)