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Columbus Dispatch Jul 21, 2014

Is the Crew turning things around?

It took a two-goal outburst from Bernardo Anor and an electrifying performance from goalkeeper Steve Clark, but the Crew earned its first MLS win in five games with a 2-1 comeback victory against Montreal. The win ended a stretch of 16 games with just one win — tied for a Crew record — and injected a much-needed air of confidence into a roster struggling to stay positive. Now the question is, will it be the start of a a second-half turnaround or just a blip on the radar?
philly.com Jul 21, 2014

Union stays in playoff hunt

Saturday’s tie with Chicago leaves Union one spot out of playoffs in Eastern Conference of MLS.

Revs show energy, fizzle on scoreboard

It was all but a given that lineup changes were coming for the Revolution on Saturday. The only uncertainty was which players would be shuffled. Three days after watching his side get thrashed by the Galaxy, coach Jay Heaps made five changes to his starting XI. Exit Jose Goncalves, A.J. Soares, Kelyn Rowe, Diego Fagundez and Patrick Mullins. Enter Stephen McCarthy, Darrius Barnes, Scott Caldwell, Steven Neumann and Charlie Davies. While the switches didn’t exactly clear the path to three points, Heaps nevertheless was pleased with what he saw from those who were called into action in...
CSN Washington Jul 20, 2014

Eddie Johnson leads D.C. United past Chivas USA 3-1

D.C. United came up with their third-straight victory, a 3-1 home win versus Chivas USA, thanks in large part to star forward Eddie Johnson.
Washington Post Jul 20, 2014

Eddie Johnson helps D.C. United defeat Chivas USA, 3-1

D.C. United forward Eddie Johnson showed little emotion as he approached his penalty kick in the first half of Sunday night’s match against Chivas USA. He just stared straight ahead at his foe, goalkeeper Dan Kennedy, as if he were playing a mind game. The kick unfolded in slow motion. Johnson didn’t immediately motion toward the ball after the official blew the whistle. Read full article >>
Washington Post Jul 20, 2014

Soccer Insider: D.C. United defeats Chivas USA, 3-1

With a 3-1 victory over Chivas USA at RFK Stadium, D.C. United won its third straight to keep pace with first-place Sporting Kansas City in MLS’s Eastern Conference and the Seattle Sounders in the Supporters’ Shield race. United is a point back of SKC with one fewer match and four behind Seattle, which has a game in hand. Read full article >>

D.C. United defeats Chivas USA, 3-1

With a 3-1 victory over Chivas USA at RFK Stadium, D.C. United won its third straight to keep pace with first-place Sporting Kansas City in MLS’s Eastern Conference and the Seattle Sounders in the Supporters’ Shield race. United is a point back of SKC with one fewer match and four behind Seattle, which has a […]
CSN Washington Jul 20, 2014

Silva scores on assist from Korb, puts United up 3-0 vs. Chivas

Luis Silva scored on a right-footed shot in the 70th minute, putting D.C. United up 3-0 over Chivas USA. A Chris Korb assist set up the goal.
CSN Washington Jul 20, 2014

Bocanegra foul, Johnson assist set up Perry Kitchen goal

A foul by Carlos Bocanegra set up a D.C. United free kick, leading to an Eddie Johnson header to Perry Kitchen. Kitchen scored on a left-footed shot from the center of the box, putting United up 2-0 on Chivas USA in the 59th minute.
CSN Washington Jul 20, 2014

United's Hamid selected to MLS All-Star Team

United goalkeeper Bill Hamid was given a big honor Saturday, as it was announced he selected to the MLS All-Star Team.
Toronto Sun Jul 20, 2014
NY Cosmos down Ottawa Fury FC 1-0

NY Cosmos down Ottawa Fury FC 1-0

In a season of firsts for Ottawa Fury FC, Sunday will be the team's biggest moment, as it hosts the famed New York Cosmos.
CSN Washington Jul 20, 2014

DC United makes a young fans dream come true (VIDEO)

DC United made a young fan's wish come true, signing him to a contract.
Columbus Dispatch Jul 20, 2014

Around Major League Soccer: Kansas City duo sign long-term deals

Sporting Kansas City signed U.S. national team players Graham Zusi and Matt Besler to long-term designated-player contracts after both players generated interest from abroad following strong performances in the World Cup.
Columbus Dispatch Jul 20, 2014

Bob Hunter commentary: Great ties don’t matter; it’s all about victories

The Crew’s 2-1 victory over the last-place Montreal Impact felt like a major accomplishment, which says all anyone needs to know about where the team has been. Until last night, it had been eight weeks since the Crew won a Major League Soccer regular-season game.
Chicago Sun-Times Jul 20, 2014

Fire allow added-time penalty kick, ties Union

Sebastien Le Toux scored on a penalty kick in the 91st minute, and the Philadelphia Union came back to tie the Fire 1-1 on Saturday at Toyota Park. Le Toux was awarded the penalty kick after Gonzalo Segares was called for a hand ball inside the penalty area. Segares turned his back on Le Toux’s shot, but the ball hit his right arm. Le Toux calmly slotted home the penalty kick inside the left post, past a diving Sean Johnson. He has scored five goals in his last...

Eastern Conference Player News

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    Waylon Francis

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  • Tony Tchani

    Tony Tchani

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  • Thierry Henry

    Thierry Henry

    Thierry Henry becomes first player to reach 40 goals and 40 assists for New York Red Bulls

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