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Tag 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

Bob, Robert, and Omar: The Week in Review May 9-13, 2011

Posted on by Robert Hay

After a midweek tease, the MLS slate is full this weekend with all but two teams playing on Saturday.  For those looking forward to a little Friday night soccer, there will be none so you’ll just have to wait for … 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

The Week in Review: April 25-29, 2011

Posted on by Robert Hay

Quite possibly this has been one of the darkest weeks in MLS in a long time.  David Ferreira is gone for a while, Steve Zakuani’s situation is even worse, the league handed out the longest suspension in its history, Seattle … Continue reading

My Proposal: No Yellows for Celebrations

Posted on by Robert Hay

This weekend, Tony Tchani became the latest victim of one of the dumbest soccer rules on the books.  After scoring his goal for a Toronto franchise that is probably at its lowest point, he ran off the pitch and jumped … 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

Davies Shines in D.C. United Win Over Crew

Posted on by Robert Hay

DC United and the Columbus Crew are two of the MLS’s original franchises and two that are going through the reboot phase.  For DC United, the rock bottom came last year with a last place finish, a porous defense, and … Continue reading

Week in Review, March 14-18 2011

Posted on by Robert Hay

Good evening everyone, and happy MLS First Matchday Eve.  As promised, our week in review feature is shifting to Friday to cover the week’s news and items that flew under the radar.  As expected, most of these involve preparations for … 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

The MLS Schedule is Finally Released!

Posted on by Robert Hay

Our long national nightmare is over.  The MLS schedule is out. About a month before the beginning of the season, MLS finally released the entire schedule for all 18 MLS teams.  Previously, only each team’s first home game was known, … Continue reading

Weekend Updates: February 4-6, 2011

Posted on by Robert Hay

It was an admittedly slow week in American soccer as the American sports scene shifted to Dallas and the American football Super Bowl.  Within the soccer world some amazing results and goals from the English Premier League overshadowed almost all … Continue reading

Could Charlie Davies Make DC United an MLS Cup Contender?

Posted on by Robert Hay

The rumor mill was in full tilt Tuesday with the news that national team member Charlie Davies was sent by his French club Sochaux to train with D.C. United in Florida, with a successful training leading to a year-long loan.  … Continue reading

Americans Caught Up in Transfer Whirlwind

Posted on by Robert Hay

While the MLS transfer window is still open for another three months, the international transfer window closed Monday.  If you are a fan of an international league, you know how crazy this January transfer window was with money and players … Continue reading

Weekend Updates: January 28-31, 2011

Posted on by Robert Hay

At the beginning of the year, I asked readers for feedback on different features they would like to see on the site, with the hope of giving some new content and new opportunities for discussion.  One new idea was to … Continue reading

The Egypt Friendly and Why Politics Matter in Sports

Posted on by Robert Hay

The United States is scheduled to play an international friendly next week in Egypt against the host country, and as many of you are well aware, the political situation is unsettled, to put is lightly.  By the February 9 friendly … Continue reading