Join the guys as they look back at DC United’s victory over the fire and their upcoming match against the Crew to close out the season. The boys talk about the playoffs and the black-and-red’s chances. The guys also talk about Jurgen Klinsmann and the US Men’s National Soccer Team’s defeat against arch rival Mexico.
Author Archive for: Martin Fernandez
About Martin Fernandez
the creator and Publisher of UnitedMania.com. You'll find Martin's work throughout the site. He spends most of his time behind the camera lens documenting United matches. Martin is also one of the hosts of the UnitedMania.com Podcast.
Entries by Martin Fernandez
Join the guys, including “the talent” as they look back ate DC United’s past few matches, including the 3-3 draw in Jamaica and their recent play-off clinching win against New York City FC. The boys also talk about United and the District’s recent stadium announcement and what it means for a new home for the Black-and-Red.
Join the guys as they look back at DC United’s past few matches. Including the victory against Arabe Unido in the CONCACAF Champions Cup, the draw against Colorado and their loss at home at the hands of the Crew. The boys look ahead to United’s end of season run and hold a glimmer of hope that they’ll turn things around prior to the playoffs.
Join the guys as they look back at DC United’s past couple of losses, including the home defeat vs the San Jose Earthquakes and the Black and Red’s dismal performance against New York Red Bull. The boys also talk about the CONCACAF Champions cup and look ahead to what’s up for United. Tunes by Stone Giant who will be in town September 12 and 13 – check out Stone Giant’s Facebook Page for details.
Join the guys as they look back at DC United’s past three matches, including the epic battle with Real Salt Lake and the record setting win against the Montreal Impact. The boys also yalk DC United news and touch on the upcoming CONCACAF Champions Cup.
Despite falling behind 2-0 within the first 21 minutes of the match, D.C. United defeated Real Salt Lake 6-4 in a wild game at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. The Black and Red further cemented their lead atop the Eastern Conference with their seventh come-from-behind win on the season. Photos: Martin Fernandez.
DC United overcame an early 2-0 deficit and defeated the visiting Philadelphia Union 3-2 behind goals from new arrival Alvaro Saborio and United Veterans Nick DeLeon and Fabian Espindola before 19,125 fans at hot and humid RFK Stadium.
Join the guys as they look back at DC United’s Match against FC Dallas and their come-from-behind win against the visiting the Philadelphia Union. The boys also discuss the coming of Alvaro Saborio and the US Men’s National Team dismal performance in the 2015 Gold Cup.
Join the guys as they look back at United’s last MLS game and their upcoming game in Dallas. The boys also talk Women’s World Cup and discuss the USMNT’s performance in the Gold Cup.
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.