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Archives: DC United

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

Whither DC United???

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

It is not debatable that MLS’ signature team has taken hits to its aura in the last two years. An ongoing stadium crisis which sees DC United caught in a political football and in the crossfire of a local newspaper … Continue reading

CONCACAF Gold Cup : Players To Watch

Posted on by Chris Riordan

With the Confederations Cup now behind the USMNT, the Gold Cup is on the horizon. Sure, plenty of people have issues with the tournament. Many would like to see the region’s championship every 4 years rather than bianually. The continental … Continue reading

Keep United in D.C. Day – May 9, 2009: A Grassroots Effort in Support of an MLS Team

Posted on by Brian Zygo

Whether you love or hate DC United, there is no denying that the Capital City’s club is an important part of Major League Soccer’s short history. Despite being one of the original MLS clubs, and despite winning 4 MLS Cups, … Continue reading

DC United’s Stadium Dreams Are Dead in Prince George’s County

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

This is the time where I have to take off my Red Bull NY hat and start looking at Major League Soccer as a whole. You have heard me discuss and report that all levels of US Pro Soccer clubs … Continue reading

Thursday’s MLS/US Soccer/USL News

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

By now everyone know about Cuauhtemoc Blanco’s decision to leave the Fire. Should Blanco stay in MLS? Of course the league would love to have him, but wouldn’t a farewell tour with America, leading the Mexico City based giants to … Continue reading

The Rivalry That Defines MLS: Galaxy-DC United

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Football is about passion. Football is about trophies. Football is about titles. On this first MLS weekend, a quick glance at the schedule shows matchups like Chivas USA-Colorado Rapids and San Jose Earthquakes (the expansion team, not the the DeRo … Continue reading

Maryland United

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

In what can only be described as a tragedy of epic proportions for MLS and the club, DC United today announced its intent to build a stadium in Prince George’s County Maryland. Give credit to PG’s county for stepping up … Continue reading

Accepting a Mistake

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

You would never expect a club as proud as DC United or a leader as successful as Kevin Payne to admit that a year ago they made a horrible mistake. But yesterday’s actions prove they don’t have to. One year … Continue reading

Goodbye Gallardo: Hello DC United of Yesteryear?

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

The signature franchise in Major League Soccer had a distinctly un-signature like season. DC United has for years been able to use its extensive scouting network in Latin America to succeed in attracting under the radar South American players to … Continue reading

DC United: Something Smells at RFK Stadium

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Injuries, fixture congestion, Superliga, US Open Cup. The excuses these days are frequent and quite frankly amusing coming from DC United supporters. The excuses are from my vantage point completely unbecoming of a set of fans who have experienced more … Continue reading

Something Smells at RFK

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Injuries, fixture congestion, Superliga, US Open Cup. The excuses these days are frequent and quite frankly amusing coming from DC United supporters. The excuses are from my vantage point completely unbecoming of a set of fans who have experienced more … Continue reading

United and Islanders Record Big Wins: Why USL is so Successful on the Pitch

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

The Islanders used two late goals to advance Wednesday Night Tropical Storm Hanna has reaked havoc on Haiti and it also delayed the start of tonight’s CONCACAF Champions League match between Puerto Rico and Alajuelense. For the first time ever … Continue reading

Major League Soccer Talk Podcast #54: Ray Hudson

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Ray Hudson is a playing, coaching and broadcasting figure who has few equals in the United States today. As a seven year member of the Fort Lauderdale Strikers of the NASL, Hudson played alongside such legends of the game as … Continue reading