It’s commonly accepted in modern football that managers will come and go like frequency waves. A run of bad results here, a falling out there, and the man in charge is changed.
I say that because Ben Olsen was re-upped by DC United yesterday on a contract that will keep in him the nation’s capital until 2019.
And I say that because at this time last year, DC were putting the finishing touches on the worst season in MLS history – three wins from 34 games.
It’s almost impossible to describe how bad United were in 2013. Few coaches, if any, survive…