Markus Halsti (pictured) made his MLS debut with D.C. United but it was in a losing cause as United give up a late game-winner.
Chris Rolfe (pictured) grabs the game-winning goal for United in their first-ever win in British Columbia
DC United defeated the LA Galaxy 1-0 with a stoppage time goal from Chris Pontius at RFK Stadium in Washington DC. Photos: Martin Fernandez.
Fabian Espindola, above, is one of six DC United players to get high marks from UnitedMania's team. Learn who else got an "A" grade in our annual player evaluations. Photo: Tony Quinn.
As the English Premier League approaches its halfway point of the season, we’d be forgiven for failing to follow our fellow countrymen in arguably the biggest league in the world. Due to time differences and keeping inundated with MLS breaking news, sometimes it just becomes a little tiring trying to keep up with the goings on in the EPL.
The Black and Red find themselves in a difficult position heading into the final leg of their series against the New York Red Bulls. Down 2-0 on aggregate, DC United must score at least two goals to send the series into extra time. Give up a goal, and the new away goals rule will force United to have to score at least four to stay alive. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
During the dog days of the season, the major question for the Black and Red heading into playoff time was the striker position. Would it be an in-form Luis Silva, or the designated player Eddie Johnson starting alongside Fabian Espindola? Due to an ill-timed injury in Houston, it is Eddie Johnson that will lead the line on Sunday next to Fabi. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
On the heels of a perfect July for D.C. United (4 wins, no losses) and seemingly impossible thoughts of challenging for the Supporters Shield , United has come back down to Earth with a mighty thud after poor back-to-back performances on the road in Houston and Sandy, Utah. United has yet to win in either Houston […]
Every four years there are players around the world that are shockingly left off of their respective national team rosters for the World Cup, and every four years we wonder why talented stars such as Samir Nasri (France/Manchester City), Carlos Tevez (Argentina/Juventus), and Jermaine Defoe (England/Toronto FC) won’t be representing their countries on soccer’s greatest stage. Perhaps it’s a sign of the evolution of the sport in this country that the United States has a legitimate snub story, in leaving Eddie Johnson off the roster (above left; Photo: Tony Quinn), to discuss in 2014.