D.C. United MLS 

5 Things from D.C. United’s draw with Toronto FC

In front of a crowd of 16,444 the Black-and-Red turned in one of their most inspired performances of the year. The result wasn’t what they wanted or what several players felt they deserved as they drew 1-1 with Toronto FC. Kofi Opare scored a goal in the first half to give D.C. United a 1-0 lead, but things took a... Read More
D.C. United Mystics 

Despite Hamid’s heroics, Chicago tops D.C. United

Chicago looked like a team that was trying to get it’s sixth win of the season and first road result, the home side couldn’t get anything going in regards to an attack. It wasn’t from a lack of effort or urgency, they didn’t have the facilitators needed in the middle of the field to put things in order. The complete... Read More
D.C. United 

Olsen not happy with first half effort against Montreal

The Black-and-Red had an unexpected change in their lineup right before kickoff, goalkeeper Bill Hamid was scratched and Travis Worra would take his place. Travis has stepped up in similar situations in the past where Hamid was out due to injury, unfortuantely for him things didn’t start well. Montreal’s Ballou Jen-Yves Tabla got the ball at midfield, beat Jared Jeffery... Read More
D.C. United MLS Soccer 

Scoreless streak continues, D.C. United falls to the Crew

The Columbus Crew came into last night’s matchup with D.C. United with the same 0-1-1 record, they would leave victorious for their first win of the season, 2-0. The home side had a few chances, won the possession battle, but didn’t turn in a good performance as a team. There were a few that played well, collectively it may have... Read More
D.C. United MLS 

D.C. United focusing on the little things

“It’s given us a good opportunity to look at ourselves and ask more of each other” – Ben Olsen, D.C. United Two games. Neither of which ended in the desired resutl for the Balck-and-Red. One of which felt and looked worse than the other by far. Still, D.C. United is just two games into the 2017-2018 season. As always, as... Read More
D.C. United MLS Soccer 

Final home opener at RFK ends in a draw

The last home opener in RFK, in front of a crowd of 18,268 D.C. United hosted Sporting Kansas City. As predicted by Head Coach Ben Olsen earlier in the week, there was a bit of sloppy play and neither team looked to be operating on full cylinders. Still, the home side had several chances and couldn’t capitalize on them. Sporting... Read More
D.C. United 

Montreal dictates the terms in 4-2 win over D.C. United

The Montreal Impact came into RFK and checked every box for what a visiting team must do to win a playoff game on the road. They took the fight to D.C. United, despite losing the possession battle, it was the Impact that dictated the terms of the game. As Ben Olsen said after the game, “We were second best from... Read More
D.C. United 

It’s taken a group effort for D.C. United to get to this point

D.C. United will host the Montreal Impact in a Knockout Round game tomorrow night at RFK Stadium. The Black-and-Red went through many changes through the course of the regular season, along their way to securing the fourth seed in the playoffs. Head Coach Ben Olsen spoke with the media yesterday after training, the one thing that was made clear is... Read More
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