When Kate Bush wrote the line that forms the headline of this piece she was of course referring to her "yo-yo that glowed in the dark", but how easily she might also have been making a pointed comment about the way that the North American sports establishment views soccer and the fans that follow the game (something that she was strangely reluctant to do).
They love to promote their brand with the passion that supporters bring to the game but shy away from the darker aspects that accompany it.
A case in point is the current controversy surrounding the ejection of a number of New England Revolution fans for persisting with the (admittedly juvenile) "You Suck Asshole" chant when the opposing keeper takes a goal kick.
If you read the link above you will see that there is a lot more going on with the Revs supporters and the owners of the club than the simple use of profanity (including the seemingly forced ejection of completely innocent parties) but there can be little doubt that the whole incident started because some members of the crowd objected to the language being used.
So the poll this week asks where you stand (or sit) on the subject of swearing at MLS games, but first the results from last week which produced a sensational tied result between;
"I wish Camilo would stop trying to stay on his feet when he has been clearly fouled."
"Wow this food is really rather good, and so reasonably priced too."
as the two sentences that you thought you would be least likely to utter this season at Empire Field. The poll then went to extra time and was decided (somewhat ironically) when "Wow this food is really rather good, and so reasonably priced too." took a blatant dive in the area and then converted the spot kick.
Now answer the question.