Join the guys as they look back at DC United's past couple of matches, including the win at Philadelphia and the draw against Sporting KC at RFK Stadium. The boys look ahead to Houston's match and United's prospects in the post season.
Join the guys as they look back at United's past few matches, including the draw in Vancouver, The loss to Red Bull and the draw in Chicago. The boys also talk about United's win in Jamaica, and look ahead to Wednesdays match at RFK Stadium against Tauro FC for the CONCACAF Champions League Group Stage.
Join the guys as they look back at DC United's past three matches, including the win at Sporting, the loss to LA, and the defeat of bitter rival NY Red Bull. The boys also talk about recent team news, the sacking of Ryan Nelsen and his staff, and he US Men's National Team.
Join the guys as they discuss DC United's past couple of matches, including the loss at Houston, RSL and the win against the Rapids at home. The guys also talk about United's upcoming games and other topics, including EJ's tweeting habits, injuries, and the "optimistic" news on the stadium front.
Join the guys in this extended edition of the UnitedMania.com podcast. The boys look at DC United's past few performances and go through their mid-season player grades, and always entertaining segment of the show.
Join the guys after their "extended" World Cup Break. The boys talk about DC United's past few matches, DC news and notes and the ongoing 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Join the guys on this special edition of the UnitedMania.com podcast. The boys talk about DC United's past three matches, including the draw vs Montreal, the win against Houston, and the road loss to the New England Revolution. The guys also touch base on the US Men's National Team and the noted omissions from the 23 man roster.
Join the guys, sans Mike Martin, as they look back at United's past few matches. Including the win over FC Dallas, the heartbreaking loss at Portland, and the road win vs the Philadelphia Union. The boys also talk about Eddie Johnson's controversial comments and introduce Stone Giant, a Boston Band with a close connection to the show.
Fabian Espindola scored twice and set up another goal in D.C. United’s 4-1 dismantling of league-leading FC Dallas at RFK Stadium. Bobby Boswell and Sean Franklin also scored for United as they put their collective foot on the pedal and rolled past the visitors from Texas. The win helps United jump into a temporary tie at the top of the Eastern Conference with Toronto FC and Sporting Kansas City. United is on a five-game unbeaten run since losing their first two matches of the season. All Photos: Tony Quinn.
Join the guys as they look back at United's past couple of games, including the win against I-95 Rival New York and the draw against Columbus on the road. The boys also talk some United news and look ahead to the team's home match against league leader FC Dallas.