Check out this story about an embittered LA soccer player, who is making personal comments about Angels' fans:
Galaxy find themselves lost in Angels' 'World'
The Los Angeles Galaxy held their final practice yesterday , but there was considerably more fanfare 35 miles away, where their baseball neighbors, the Anaheim Angels, prepared for the World Series against the San Francisco Giants.
"I certainly think they have their fans and we have our fans." Galaxy defender Alexi Lalas said with a wry grin. "Ours may be a little more underground, certainly a little more intelligent, probably better looking.
'And all in all probably a better class of people. To each his own. There's a time when you want to drink a bottle of beer and there's a time when you want to enjoy some fine wine."
The Galaxy. featuring established stars Lalas and Cobi Jones, and high-scoring Major League Soccer rookie Carlos Ruiz. face the New England Revolution on Sunday in Foxboro, Mass., in the MLS title game.
Galaxy coach Sigi Schmid, a Giants fan as a youngster who will be rooting for San Francisco in the World Series, hopes his own team can snap an 0-3 record in MLS title games.
He calls his fans "a better class of people." Oh, are they the ones that swill down the beer that he mentions and then go on rampages at the stadium killing rival fans.
It all reminds me of the quote in Spinal Tap: When their manager is asked if their audience is slipping because they are playing at considerably smaller venues on the current tour than previously. He replies, "No, it's just that their appeal has gotten more selective."