11:24 AM EDT, Wed October 22, 2014
CSN Washington 2 hours ago

Depth leads United to win over Tauro FC

The quality of depth on United’s roster came through in a 1-0 win to finish the group stage of the Champions League with a perfect 4-0 record.
The Crew 5 hours ago
Crew still fighting for third seed in Eastern Conference

Crew still fighting for third seed in Eastern Conference

Thirty-three matches have not been enough to cement the Crews position in the Eastern Conference, although it has been enough to guarantee it an MLS Cup Playoff spot. To that end, where and who the Crew will play in the Playoffs is entirely up for grabs. The Black & Gold can still finish anywhere between third and fifth, although their odds of capturing at least the fourth seed dramatically increased following last weekends dream situation of a win over New York and a Sporting Kansas City loss at Philadelphia. Here is the relevant portion of the standings: Read More
Columbus Dispatch 6 hours ago

Soccer | Crew: Schoenfeld’s big week has goals, a ‘yes’ from her

Aaron Schoenfeld is hoping for an extended encore to one of the greatest weeks of his life. The Crew forward scored two goals in a game for the first time in his Major League Soccer career on Sunday in a 3-1 win against the New York Red Bulls. Exactly one week before, Schoenfeld proposed to his girlfriend of six years, Rachel Saunders, on the bridge at Creekside Gahanna.
Washington Post 8 hours ago

Soccer Insider: D.C. United wins 4th straight Champions League group match, clinches high seed

In the process of closing out CONCACAF Champions League group play with a perfect record, D.C. United also secured one of the top three seeds in next spring’s quarterfinals. United had already secured passage to the next stage, and with a 1-0 victory at Tauro in Panama City, the MLS club won its fourth consecutive match to climb the seeding chart. Read full article >>

D.C. United wins 4th straight Champions League group match, clinches high seed

In the process of closing out CONCACAF Champions League group play with a perfect record, D.C. United also secured one of the top three seeds in next spring’s quarterfinals. United had already secured passage to the next stage, and with a 1-0 victory at Tauro in Panama City, the MLS club won its fourth consecutive […]
Washington Post 12 hours ago

D.C. United caps perfect run through Champions League group stage

D.C. United defeated Tauro FC, 1-0, Tuesday in Panama City to cap a perfect group-stage campaign in the CONCACAF Champions League and secure a top-four seed in next spring’s quarterfinals. United (4-0-0) had clinched first place in the group last month and, with the MLS season taking priority, sent a secondary roster to the finale against Tauro (0-4-0). Read full article >>
Houston Chronicle 14 hours ago

Canetti sets requirements for Dynamo coach, director candidates

On one end of the spectrum are coaches with experience leading English Premier League clubs and national teams, Canetti said, declining to divulge the candidates at this time. Canetti has specific requirements for the candidates he will interview for the franchise's first technical director-general manager position and then for the vacant coach's job. The technical director/GM must have experience in a similar role in Major League Soccer, a single-entity league with a salary cap and multiple drafts. Someone might be a great soccer mind and have wide, vast experience, but if they don't know...
Washington Post Oct 21, 2014

Soccer Insider: D.C. United in Panama for CONCACAF Champions League group finale

Half of D.C. United’s roster is in Panama today for the CONCACAF Champions League group finale. The other half, including all of the usual starters, are in Washington. Having already secured a quarterfinal berth, United sent 13 reserves and an MLS pool goalkeeper to face Tauro FC in a match that is inconsequential aside from improving D.C.’s seeding in the knockout round. With the playoffs approaching, Ben Olsen made the prudent decision to keep his regulars at home. At this point, maintaining a training rhythm without mid-week interruption and avoiding injury and long-distance travel...

D.C. United in Panama for CONCACAF Champions League group finale

Half of D.C. United’s roster is in Panama today for the CONCACAF Champions League group finale. The other half, including all of the usual starters, are in Washington. Having already secured a quarterfinal berth, United sent 13 reserves and an MLS pool goalkeeper to face Tauro FC in a match that is inconsequential aside from […]
The Crew Oct 21, 2014
Eastern Conference roundup: October 21

Eastern Conference roundup: October 21

CLINCHED 1. D.C. United — 58 pts. | 2-1 win versus Chicago Fire; Week 33: at Montreal Impact D.C. United locked down the top seed in the Eastern Conference following its home victory against Chicago. The Black-and-Red are set to face the winner of the Knockout Round match in the Conference Semifinals. 2. New England Revolution — 52 pts. | 2-1 win at Houston Dynamo; Week 33: versus Toronto FC Read More
The Crew Oct 20, 2014
Black & Gold Bullets: October 20

Black & Gold Bullets: October 20

The Crew defeated the New York Red Bulls by a 3-1 final on Sunday afternoon. The victory snapped New York’s nine-match home unbeaten streak. Read More
CSN Washington Oct 20, 2014

United preparing for playoff tune-up

A year ago D.C. United had games in the final week of October with no meaning. It is the same this October, but for a different reason.
The Crew Oct 20, 2014
Pogatetz provides crucial cover for Crew in win over New York

Pogatetz provides crucial cover for Crew in win over New York

This is why Emanuel Pogatetz was brought to Columbus. Faced with an injury to defender Michael Parkhurst, ripe in the cauldron of Red Bull Arena, the Crew benefited greatly from the Austrians presence in Sundays 3-1 win. Pogatetz came off the bench to play the second half in place of the Black & Gold Captain, where he helped lock down New Yorks attack en route to the victory. According to the defender, it was a difficult assignment for a multitude of reasons, but in the end he was pleased with both his personal play and that of his clubs. Read More
Columbus Dispatch Oct 20, 2014

Soccer | Crew notebook: New defender plays extended minutes

HARRISON, N.J. — One week after his Crew debut, defender Emanuel Pogatetz was called on for a bigger impact against New York.

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