ATLANTA (AP) — The stands are packed with red-and-black-clad fans who chant incessantly, accompanied by a steady drumbeat and swirling flags.
“Atlanta!” they shout from one end of Bobby Dodd Stadium
“United!” everyone else responds.
There’s plenty to cheer about with an expansion team that has already displayed a dynamic style of play, scoring 11 goals in its first three games.
It’s early, but say this: Atlanta has really embraced Major League Soccer.
“It’s like a party out there every time you take the field,” midfielder Julian Gressel said. “Even coming out for warmups, you get goosebumps on your body. It’s just a great feeling.”
While impressive on the field, winning the last two games by a combined score of 10-1, United’s best work has some in the stands.
The inaugural contest, a 2-1 loss to…