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Archives: DC United

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 21

Posted on by Abe Asher
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Here are the 10 things we learned from the 21st week of the MLS season. 1. Pirlo! Andrea Pirlo is royalty. There is no other way to explain why opposing players refuse to tackle him, refuse to harass him, refuse, really, … Continue reading

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 20

Posted on by Abe Asher
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Here are the 10 things we learned from week 20 of the MLS season. 1. The Galaxy Raise The Stakes A fair number in MLS would tell you that the 2014 LA Galaxy was the league’s best attacking team ever. … Continue reading

DC United’s trade for Alvaro Saborio will boost Eastern Conference title chances

Posted on by Peter Muller
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DC United’s signing of Alvaro Saborio on Thursday from Real Salt Lake fills a glaring hole in the club’s attacking front and bolsters their chances of repeating as Eastern Division champions with the chance to make a deep run into … Continue reading

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 13

Posted on by Abe Asher

Here are the 10 things we learned from week 13 of the Major League Soccer season. 1. Orlando City is the league’s best show This week started strongly for Orlando City – the club announced last Wednesday that its new … Continue reading

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 12

Posted on by Abe Asher
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Here are the 10 things we learned from gameweek 12 of the Major League Soccer season. 1. Congratulations to Chris Wondolowski The wait for Wondo’s 100th MLS goal wasn’t a long one. Eight days after heading in 99 at Avaya … Continue reading

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 11

Posted on by Abe Asher
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Here are the 10 things we learned from week eleven of the Major League Soccer season. 1. Seattle Is The Team To Beat The Sounders traveled up to BC Place to take on the front-running Vancouver Whitecaps, replaced Obafemi Martins … Continue reading

DC United must retain goalkeeper Bill Hamid and fend off interest from European clubs

Posted on by Drew Farmer
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The 2015 Major League Soccer season marks the sixth professional seasons for two of the league’s bright young goalkeepers. DC United’s Bill Hamid and the Chicago Fire’s Sean Johnson both made their debuts for their respective clubs in 2010. The … Continue reading

10 things we learned from gameweek 5 of MLS

Posted on by Abe Asher
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Here are the 10 things we learned from week five of the 2015 Major League Soccer season: 1. Crisis in Philadelphia What’s the worse feeling for Philadelphia Union fans right now? That the Union became only the seventh team in … Continue reading

MLS rosters simply not good enough in CONCACAF Champions League

Posted on by Steve Davis
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MLS dreams of Champions League glory are about to go kablooey. Again. Montreal remains alive in the ongoing CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals, having played to a worthy draw at Pachuca earlier this week. A return leg against the Mexican club … Continue reading

Rating each MLS club’s signings during the off-season

Posted on by Abe Asher
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The MLS offseason is still churning as teams finalize their last transactions and continue to shape the excess of their rosters in advance of opening day, but training camp has opened and the major business has been done. There’s no … Continue reading

Questions arise about the growth of foreign ownership in US soccer

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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The recent events regarding Frank Lampard have brought the question of foreign ownership in the U.S. professional soccer leagues back into the spotlight. The Lampard saga has highlighted a growing trend of investment from foreign owners into the United States professional … Continue reading

DC United Midfield Enforcer Perry Kitchen is the Next Kyle Beckerman

Posted on by Robert Hay
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Jurgen Klinmann’s call-ups for the most recent January camp contained a few names known only to the most knowledgeable MLS fans. One of those was DC United’s Perry Kitchen, who may not be famous but has long been the next … Continue reading

Stadium Announcement is a Time of Celebration And Reflection For DC United Fans

Posted on by Robert Hay

The way to tell if someone was a knowledgeable DC United fan has always been to check their opinion on a new stadium. The most diehard, knowledgeable fans always answered with a variation of this phase: “I’ll believe it when … Continue reading

MLS Quarterfinals Leg 1: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

Posted on by Dan Holmes
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The first legs of the MLS Cup Quarterfinals are in the books and we finally got to see what teams really have to offer with their seasons on the line. Some stepped up while others crumbled. As is usually the … Continue reading

MLS Coaching Stability And How It Differs From Europe And South America

Posted on by Abe Asher
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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 … Continue reading

Analysing The Race For The MLS Playoffs

Posted on by Earl Reed
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September is here, and that means that Major League Soccer enters that period when the results seem to matter even more. Some teams have surprised thus far, others have followed form, but with a month and change left, teams that … Continue reading

Sporting Kansas City 0-3 D.C United (Photos)

Posted on by Adrian Houghton
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D.C United fired themselves to top sot in the Eastern Conference, following a rampant first-half that saw them claim a routine 3-0 victory over Sporting Kansas City. Goals from Fabian Espindola, Chris Rolfe and Perry Kitchen came in an eight-minute … Continue reading