http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/artic...oner-mls-cup-final-will-not-be-held-buck-shaw Not following their own rules. I am not happy. They should have thought of this when making the rules at the beginning of the season. But of course, it never crossed those idiots' minds that we could possibly have the best record in the final. This should have been addressed early, preferably before the season started. I don't care how many more fans they can get in a different stadium. I know the more fans in the stadium the better, but first comes on the field play and I think we play better at Buck Shaw than at some random Bay Area stadium. We're supposed to have the advantage of playing at HOME were we to make the final because we fought all season to have the best record in the league. Buck Shaw is home. Nowhere else is home. We never play as well at our pseudo home games. The guys aren't used to playing anywhere but Buck Shaw every week. They know the field, the locker rooms, the benches—everything. It all goes into a home game. Home games are not just about how close the stadium is to a certain area. If Philadelphia had the best record in the final, why not move the game to Red Bull Arena? After all, it's pretty close (100 miles) and a nicer venue that fits more fans. If we made the final and were forced to play anywhere but home (Buck Shaw) we should get compensated. The whole point of having the best record in the final is the home field advantage it provides. If we made the final and they took that away from us we better get something significant in return. Allocation money for next year, a biased ref in the final, something.