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Archives: DC United

Ajax Defeats DC United 2-1 in First Euro Friendly of 2011

Posted on by Robert Hay

The summer friendly season kicked off today when DC United hosted Eredivisie champs Ajax at RFK stadium. Ajax, a week after their impressive 3-1 win over FC Twente, trotted out five starters from last week’s match and played a total … Continue reading

Wednesday Matches are Good Appetizer to Weekend Feast

Posted on by Robert Hay

One would be tempted to overlook the two matches going on tonight in MLS and focus on an incredible slate of games this weekend, with LA/NY as the headliner.  To do so would be to miss some important storylines as … Continue reading

D.C. United 0-4 New York Red Bulls: Solli Provides And Henry Finishes

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

If breaking out last Saturday against the San Jose Earthquakes was a good start for the New York Red Bulls, then this performance against DC United definitely tops it. What a brilliant performance from this group that came down to … Continue reading

Pontius Puts DC in the Black Against the Reds

Posted on by Robert Hay

Tonight’s DC United/Toronto match-up was evenly matched on paper.  Both teams were in the middle of the Eastern Conference, rebuilding after disappointing seasons last year, and had new coaches building their team in their own image.  Once the whistle blew, … Continue reading

LA Galaxy 1 – DC United 1: Chippy Game Ends in Controversy

Posted on by Robert Hay

Yesterday’s LA Galaxy/DC United match had everything that MLS could want from a match.  A full house of passionate fans yelling and chanting the entire match as two possible playoff teams, one with one of the world’s most famous players and … Continue reading

Andy Najar Chooses Honduras Over The U.S.

Posted on by Robert Hay

The United States lost a promising national team player today when Andy Najar officially announced he would represent Honduras in the 2011 Gold Cup and thus be eligible to play for their national team.  Najar, the 2010 Rookie of the … Continue reading

DC United Lines Up Quality Friendlies

Posted on by Robert Hay

I will be the first to admit that my proximity to RFK Stadium may color my biases a little bit.  But after seeing DC United’s press release on their latest friendly, I have to be impressed with this club.  Despite … Continue reading

MLS ’11 Preview : Can the Black and Red Unite Under the Fiery Olsen?

Posted on by Chris Riordan

Team: DC United Coach: Ben Olsen Last Year’s Finish: 8th Eastern Conference, 16th Overall, 6-20-4 This year’s seemingly annual retooling of DC United carries much more weight than usual.  After finishing not only the worst season in club history, but likely … Continue reading

Timbers Acquire Perkins to Start in Goal

Posted on by Robert Hay

The Portland Timbers made a move to upgrade in goal yesterday by swapping keepers with D.C. United, sending Steve Cronin to the nation’s capital in exchange for Troy Perkins.  It was the two club’s second trade of the offseason; during the … Continue reading

DC United Wins Hearts, Loses Its Mind

Posted on by Robert Hay

Let me step back from my normal neutral MLS observer/blogger and enter fan mode for a few minutes.  I think this is the best way to analyze the Ben Olsen hiring. As a DC United supporter, I am ecstatic that … Continue reading

Who Will Resurrect the DC United Franchise?

Posted on by Robert Hay

As the MLS world check their passports and descend upon Toronto, the league’s premier and winningest team is searching for its next manager, its third in the past three season (if you include interim Ben Olsen).  The team let go … Continue reading

What Jaime Moreno’s Retirement Means for MLS

Posted on by Robert Hay

On Saturday night, Jaime Moreno took the pitch for the last time as a member of DC United.  The United and MLS legend is the league’s all-time leading goal scorer and the only player with triple digit goals and assists … Continue reading

Strong Semi-Finals Sets Up Sigi Bowl US Open Cup Final

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

All you ever wanted was two strong semi-final matches that were going to lead into an interesting and intriguing big championship final that had the pomp and circumstance. Well who would’ve thought that one man would play a role in … Continue reading

Tough Scoreless Draw Gives Both Sides A Solid Point.

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

One of the biggest rivalry matches in Major League Soccer came to Red Bull Arena for the first time. It was a fantastic atmosphere with the ESC (Empire Supporters Club) & driving up the NJ Turnpike from the Nation’s Capital … Continue reading

US Open Cup Quarterfinals Gets Underway On Tuesday

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

After some heart pounding matches in the Third Round of the US Open Cup we have our elite eight getting ready to duke it out in the Quarterfinal Round. Once again we saw a tough favorite from the lower levels … Continue reading

Possible Study In Baltimore To Construct Two Stadiums

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

The city of Baltimore in the state of Maryland; has everything you want in a fabulous downtown area. The seafood in the marina, historic buildings and museums, the Aquarium and of course their great history in their professional sports teams like … Continue reading

DC United and Coach Tom Soehn Part Ways

Posted on by Robert Jonas

Earlier this morning came the news that DC United coach Tom Soehn would not seek to extend his current contract with the team. Set to expire at the end of this year, Soehn will instead leave the club he has … Continue reading