Back-to-back losses to start busy August foreshadows potential trouble ahead

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 […]

Coach leaves Eddie “Money” Johnson with no Ticket To Paradise

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.

Snap Shots – DC v Fire

The draw with Chicago means that United have now gone 15 matches without a win over the course of two seasons. United will next take aim at the New England Revolution who come to town next Saturday night at 7pm. Photos: Martin Fernandez.

United acquires Eddie Johnson from Seattle Sounders – Caveat Emptor

D.C. United made a major offseason move yesterday with the acquisition of mercurial striker Eddie Johnson from the Seattle Sounders in exchange for allocation money. The U.S. International, who was instrumental in helping the U.S. qualify for the World Cup in Brazil next summer, was persona non grata in Seattle after the Sounders late-season collapse. […]

United begins offseason housecleaning – Inside and Out

The bloodletting has begun. Not even a week after D.C. United closed what arguably will be the worst single-season by an MLS team in it's 17-year history, the Black-and-Red have made moves on and off the field that have sent shockwaves through the United community. The on-field moves made by United yesterday included the declining […]

A Stadium, at Last?

The rumors have been floating around the interwebs for the past few days, and yesterday the flood gates opened. Today, DC United and the DC Government signed a term sheet to build a new Soccer Specific Stadium at Buzzard Point, adjacent to Fort McNair on the confluence of the Potomac and the mighty Anacostia. Just a stone's throw away from the Capitol and Nationals Park.