2:01 AM EST, Mon December 22, 2014
CSN Washington Dec 19, 2014

D.C. United 2015 home opener announced

D.C. United open the 2015 season at home in RFK Stadium against Montreal Impact.
CSN Washington Dec 18, 2014

Will new stadium help United lure international stars?

As teams around MLS land big-name foreign players, United must look to keep up. Will the prospect of a new stadium help?
CSN Washington Dec 18, 2014

Olsen calls D.C. stadium deal a 'historical' day

Sebastian Salazar caught up with D.C. United coach Ben Olsen after it was announced that D.C. approved a deal to build a new stadium.
Washington Post Dec 17, 2014

Normalized relations between Cuba and United States could have ‘drastic’ impact on MLB

The normalization of relations between the United States and Cuba will resonate through baseball in a thousand different ways. More dazzling talent will flow into the game. More infrastructure will spring up. More rules and regulations will be drawn up. Most critical, the shady means and dangerous back channels of transporting players from Cuba will cease.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Dec 17, 2014

D.C. Council approves new D.C. United stadium

It’s finally official. After much debate the D.C. Council has approved the development of a new soccer stadium for D.C. United.
Washington Post Dec 17, 2014

Soccer Insider: D.C. United stadium approval improves its playing field in MLS in many ways

And it’s final: @dcunited soccer funding bill passes unanimously. It’s a done deal.D.C. United’s new stadium at Buzzard Point will deliver the game-day experience that most other MLS venues offer. It will provide modern amenities lacking at archaic RFK Stadium, improved sightlines and a proper backdrop for one of the league’s most sophisticated and avid fan bases.Read full article >>

D.C. United stadium approval improves its playing field in MLS in many ways

D.C. United’s new stadium at Buzzard Point will deliver the game-day experience that most other MLS venues offer. It will provide modern amenities lacking at archaic RFK Stadium, improved sightlines and a proper backdrop for one of the league’s most sophisticated and avid fan bases. The 20,000-seat dwelling, unanimously approved by the D.C. Council on […]
Washington Post Dec 17, 2014

Manchester United is winning, but that won’t last

Manchester United won again on Sunday. It was the club’s sixth consecutive victory, carrying the Red Devils solidly into third place in the English Premier League. After the match, Manager Louis van Gaal sounded less than pleased. It was a 3-0 victory over old rivals Liverpool, but he accentuated the negative.Read full article >>
Washington Post Dec 14, 2014

David de Gea has Twitter buzzing after Manchester United beats Liverpool 3-0

Manchester United vs. Liverpool had lost a little of its luster, what with Gary Neville describing Sunday’s match as “Dog & Duck versus the Red Lion,” but Man U had other ideas.In a reversal of the outcome last season at Old Trafford, Manchester United won 3-0 behind goals by Wayne Rooney, Juan Mata and Robin van Persie and a strong performance by David de Gea in goal. And Liverpool didn’t help itself. The van Persie and Rooney goals came after defensive mistakes and Mata scored from an offside position. As the offensive attack finally sparked, the team, playing without Luis Suarez...
Washington Post Dec 13, 2014

The pressure is on Mario Balotelli to produce against Manchester United

The pressure continues to build on Brendan Rodgers following Liverpool’s exit from the Champions League. After a summer of upheaval following the sale of Luis Suarez, Rodgers’ new look side continues to fail to jell, a common trait of a team with an influx of new signing but especially following the sale of a key player — as shown by Tottenham last term and Arsenal the campaign before (especially during the first half of the season). The club’s biggest signing, in terms of the player’s profile, was Mario Balotelli, could return to the side in Liverpool’s crucial clash with rivals...
CSN Washington Dec 12, 2014

United lose two players to Expansion Draft

D.C. United lose two players to the 2014 MLS Expansion Draft, but were fortunate to hold onto all of their starters from the 2014 season.
Washington Post Dec 11, 2014

Soccer Insider: Fabian Espindola of D.C. United suspended six games by MLS

D.C. United forward Fabian Espindola has been suspended for six games and fined an undisclosed amount by MLS for shoving an assistant referee after the second leg of D.C. United’s conference semifinal against the New York Red Bulls last month. The league announced the punishment in a brief news release early Thursday afternoon.Read full article >>

Fabian Espindola of D.C. United suspended six games by MLS

D.C. United forward Fabian Espindola has been suspended for six games and fined an undisclosed amount by MLS for shoving an assistant referee after the second leg of D.C. United’s conference semifinal against the New York Red Bulls last month. The league announced the punishment in a brief news release early Thursday afternoon. Shortly after the announcement […]
Washington Post Dec 10, 2014

Soccer Insider: D.C. United loses Neal, McNamara in MLS expansion draft

D.C. United lost two reserve midfielders in the MLS expansion draft Wednesday but dodged the possible loss of any of the four regulars left unprotected. During the two-team, 10-round draft, Orlando City selected Lewis Neal, a 33-year-old Englishman who, in three seasons in Washington, made 53 regular season appearances (19 starts) and posted two goals and three assists. Before joining United, he helped Orlando win the third-division USL Pro championship in 2011. Read full article >>

D.C. United loses Neal, McNamara in MLS expansion draft

D.C. United lost two reserve midfielders in the MLS expansion draft Wednesday but dodged the possible loss of any of the four regulars left unprotected. During the two-team, 10-round draft, Orlando City selected Lewis Neal, a 33-year-old Englishman who, in three seasons in Washington, made 53 regular season appearances (19 starts) and posted two goals […]

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