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Black And Red United 23 hours ago
Sources say D.C. United will sign Sebastien Le Toux

Sources say D.C. United will sign Sebastien Le Toux

The Black-and-Red appear set to sign the veteran French winger Multiple sources have told Black and Red United that MLS veteran Sebastien Le Toux has apparently signed a one-year contract with D.C. United. Le Toux, 33, split his time between two clubs last year, starting with the Philadelphia Union (where he had spent most of his time in MLS) before being traded to the Colorado Rapids for General Allocation Money. Le Toux became a free agent when the 2016 season ended, meaning that United can sign him on a first-come, first-served basis. When contacted, United declined to comment. Between...

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Washington Post 28 mins ago
Ready, set, go: D.C. United to open training camp with familiar look

Ready, set, go: D.C. United to open training camp with familiar look

Not an hour had passed after D.C. United’s 2016 season ended when Coach Ben Olsen addressed 2017. There was no talk of blowing up the roster or reevaluating the course set by the organization. Quite the contrary. “I’m extremely excited to work with them again,” he said after a first-round MLS playoff defeat to Montreal […]
Washington Post Jan 18, 2017
Bill Hamid sidelined 6 weeks after another knee surgery

Bill Hamid sidelined 6 weeks after another knee surgery

D.C. United’s Bill Hamid will miss most, if not all, of training camp after undergoing knee surgery Monday — the second consecutive winter the standout goalkeeper has needed his right knee repaired ahead of the MLS season. United’s first-choice keeper since 2011 withdrew from U.S. national team camp before it began last week after aggravating […]
Washington Post Jan 17, 2017
D.C. United offers another homegrown contract, but …

D.C. United offers another homegrown contract, but …

D.C. United has offered a homegrown contract to University of Maryland attacker Eryk Williamson, but it’s unclear whether he will accept it or return to College Park for his junior season. The Alexandria, Va., native is in the Los Angeles area with the U.S. under-20 national team, which is preparing for the CONCACAF U-20 World […]
Washington Post Jan 15, 2017
D.C. United expected to sign Hermann Trophy winner Ian Harkes

D.C. United expected to sign Hermann Trophy winner Ian Harkes

D.C. United has reached agreement in principle with Hermann Trophy winner Ian Harkes, multiple sources said Sunday. Barring late complications, the former Gonzaga High School and Wake Forest University midfielder will sign a multiyear contract this week. Before deciding whether to accept the offer, Harkes wanted to explore options with second-flight clubs in England. His […]
Washington Post Jan 13, 2017
D.C. United drafts Maryland defender, waits on Harkes resolution

D.C. United drafts Maryland defender, waits on Harkes resolution

LOS ANGELES — D.C. United claimed a locally trained player in the first round of the MLS draft Friday. It continues, however, to wait for a resolution on a higher-profile prospect from the area. With the No. 12 overall selection, United turned down a late offer from the rival New York Red Bulls and picked […]
Washington Post Jan 12, 2017
What to know about D.C. United’s 2017 schedule

What to know about D.C. United’s 2017 schedule

A few weeks ago, D.C. United’s first two matches of the 2017 regular season were announced. On Thursday, the full 34-game slate was unveiled. Of note: Four of the first five matches — and seven of the first 11 — are at home. United opens March 4 against Sporting Kansas City. Between late May and […]
Washington Post Jan 10, 2017
D.C. United’s Bill Hamid scratched from U.S. camp with knee injury

D.C. United’s Bill Hamid scratched from U.S. camp with knee injury

CARSON, Calif. — For the second consecutive year, D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid will miss the U.S. national team’s winter camp because of a knee injury suffered during offseason workouts. Hamid aggravated his right knee, the one that required surgery last year and sidelined him for months. Results of an MRI exam performed by the […]
Washington Post Jan 3, 2017
D.C. United trades homegrown midfielder Collin Martin to Minnesota

D.C. United trades homegrown midfielder Collin Martin to Minnesota

In 2013, Collin Martin left Wake Forest University after one semester to sign a homegrown contract with D.C. United. But over four injury-marred MLS seasons, the attacking midfielder from Chevy Chase never made much of a mark. On Tuesday, D.C. United traded him to expansion Minnesota United for a 2018 fourth-round draft pick. In a […]
Washington Post Dec 27, 2016
7 things to know about D.C. United this (brief) offseason

7 things to know about D.C. United this (brief) offseason

With training camp four weeks away, here are seven things to know about D.C. United: 1. The regular season will open March 4, a Saturday night, against Sporting Kansas City at RFK Stadium. The club is billing it as the “final home opener” at RFK, but until the last city zoning obstacle on the Buzzard […]
Washington Post Dec 26, 2016
Ben Olsen, the skateboarding elf

Ben Olsen, the skateboarding elf

Ben Olsen: former D.C. United midfielder, Olympian, World Cup member, current United head coach, city-dwelling family man and skateboarding elf. The kid’s got moves.   A Christmas elf A video posted by Megan Schoen Olsen (@megan.olsen) on Dec 25, 2016 at 10:34am PST  

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