Join the guys as they talk about DC United's "failed" run in the U.S. Open Cup, the upcoming CONCACAF Champions League and their current run in league play. The boys also give their mid-season player grades.
Chris Rolfe's two second half goals were more than enough to erase Charlie Davies' first half strike for the Revolution. United defeated New England 2-1 to extend their Eastern Conference lead to seven points. Photos Martin Fernandez
Join the guys in as they look back at United's past few games, including the streak ending loss at RFK Stadium at the hands of Sebastian Giovinco and Toronto FC at RFK Stadium. The boys also discuss the recent stadium developments and look ahead to United's next games.
United takes an early lead.
Birnbaum Celebrates his first goal of the season.
Kitchen escapes Osorio’s mark.
Arnaud battles with Osorio.
Conor Doyle fends off Toronto’s Nick Hagglund.
Arnaud shields the ball from Sebastian Giovinco.
Giovinco proved to be an elusive player.
Giovinco after his tying goal – he’s got “eye” on the back of his head…
DC United's 20 game unbeaten streak at RFK came to an end at the hands of Sebastian Giovinco and Toronto FC. TFC defeated the Black-and-Red 2-1 in front of 17,105 fans at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. Photos: Martin Fernandez.
Accam Scores for Chicago
Jairo Arrieta gets past Eric Gehrig
Doyle shields it from Polster
Halsti, a force to be reckoned with
Half time huddle
Message to the front office
Dykstra in control
Jairo Celebrates his first..
then his second
Dykstra keeps the scoreline 2-1 for the home side
Halsti clears it out of danger
Conor Doyle celebrates his first goal of the season
DC United scored three second half goals, two by Jairo Arrieta, and one by Conor Doyle to erase a 1 goal first half deficit. The win propelled United further into the top of the Eastern Conference standings and helped United establish a new franchise record: 20-game unbeaten run at home. Photos: Martin Fernandez.
D.C. United defeated the Philadelphia Union 2-1 behind goals from Chris Pontius and an 85th minute penalty kick goal from Chris Rolfe. With the win, United climbed back to the top of the Eastern Conference standings and matched the club record by going unbeaten in 19 straight games in all competitions at RFK Stadium, including 15 straight in league play. Photos: Martin Fernandez.
Join the guys in this "live" edition of the UnitedMania.com Podcast. The boys talk about United's past three matches, including the draw vs Sporting at home, the loss to Philadelphia on the road, and the draw against Eastern Conference rivals the NE Revolution.
DC United came from behind to defeat visiting Kaká and Orlando City 2-1 to extend their unbeaten streak to 8. The win propelled United to the lead in the Supporter's shield race. Photos: Martin Fernandez.
Join the guys as they look back at United's recent run, including the 2-0 win at RFK stadium against the Columbus Crew. The boys talk other DC United news and give "the talent" grief about his "reasoning" for United's current good fortune. The podcast also introduces Stone Giant's new single, Evil Son, available now at the iTunes store (search: Stone Giant)