D.C. United MLS 

Blue collar against Star power as United visits New York City FC

The matchup tonight in New York between the Black-and-Red and New York City FC is going to be interesting for several reasons, the first being which is the best way to build a team? Spend an exorbitant amount of money during the transfer window or to build your team off of hard-working home grown players? New York City FC will… Read More
D.C. United MLS 

All they needed was one shot, United made the most of their opportunity

The Black-and-Red made history in their win over the Montreal Impact, not sure if it was the good kind or not depending on which team you ask. It is D.C. United’s third consecutive win, also their third consecutive trade after the Saborio trade.Bill Hamid tied a career high in saves in his first game back since surgery, Chris Rolfe continued… Read More
D.C. United MLS 

United looks to continue it’s streak tonight against the Impact

When the Black-and-Red take on the Montreal Impact tonight, it’ll be the second meeting between these two teams of the season. Their first matchup came at the start of the season and much has changed for both teams. There have been several trades and signings, as both teams went out and acquired (through different channels) top notch forwards to boost… Read More
D.C. United MLS 

United sends home-grown Seaton to the Timbers

The Black-and-Red made a trade for the second time in three weeks, earlier today the club made a deal with the Portland Timbers. United received Targeted Allocation Money, an international roster spot and future considerations from the Timbers in exchange for the 19 year old forward. While the future considerations weren’t disclosed, as is league policy, the international roster spot… Read More
D.C. United MLS 

Saborio’s impact already felt by United in just two games

The point of making a trade is to improve your team, more often than not the pay off isn’t instant as it takes time to integrate a new player and for them to get comfortable with their new teammates. When the Black-and-Red made the trade to acquire Alverado Saborio, it was met by many as a typical “United” move in… Read More
D.C. United MLS Soccer 

United scores six goals to rally past Real Salt Lake

The crowd of 17, 288 was treated to quite a match last night in Washington, D.C. Real Salt lake came to town to face the Black-and-Red and it turned out to be quite the barn burner, 10 goals were scored in total between the two clubs. Not many, if any, predicted those types of fireworks heading into this game. Especially… Read More
D.C. United MLS Soccer 

Saborio to face former team as Real Salt Lake comes to town

While these two teams are meeting for the first time on the field this season, they do have somewhat of a history this season after making a trade just a few weeks ago. Alverado Saborio was sent to D.C for Luis Silva. When the trade was made, it appeared that it fit both teams needs. Silva hasn’t been able to… Read More
D.C. United MLS Soccer 

United scores three unanswered to dig themselves out of early hole

Heading into their third match this season against the Philadelphia Union, the Black-and-Red haven’t been the greatest at putting the ball in the back of the net. In fact, they’ve struggled mightily in that department as they’ve scored just 24 goals in 22 games. United made a trade last week to address that specific issue, acquiring the services of a… Read More
D.C. United MLS Soccer 

Saborío reunited with Espindola as Silva departs in trade

The Black-and-Red had an uneventful week and a half off, that is until yesterday. The team elected to trade Luis Silva to Real Salt Late in exchange for Álvaro Saborío. While it’s sad to see the 26-year-old Silva depart, the 33-year-old forward will be reunited with Fabian Espindola. The duo scored 65 goals for Real Salt Lake in two seasons (2010-2012),… Read More

Forecasting the USWNT’s Future

If you were one of the 24.3 million Americans who tuned in for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Final last Sunday night, the celebratory aura probably hasn’t washed away yet. The players have ventured across North America since their 5-2 victory over Japan. The entire team visited Los Angeles for a victory pep rally on Tuesday and is traveling to… Read More
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