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May 17, 2015 4:55 PM

MLS heckling varies from market to market

Sounders goalkeepers say they hear it all: funny, informed, slurred and profane.

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  • Sounders coach Brian Schmetzer: "It's nice to be home, but it is a long season."

    The road-heavy span is over. Seattle gets four of its next six matches at CenturyLink Field, starting Saturday against New England. And, of course, the MLS Cup rematch with Toronto FC looms a week later in Seattle.