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.
It was always going to be a difficult prospect for D.C. United as they were playing their third match in seven days and had to leave three players expected to play at home before boarding their plane to Logan Airport in Boston, Massachusetts. New England got goals from Patrick Mullins and Diego Fagundez sandwiched around […]
DC has lost just once in their past nine games but they still trail the suddenly surging Revs by two points for the top spot in the East. United is coming off another solid home win over perennial power Houston and have every right to be feeling good about themselves but they have haven’t established […]
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.
Chris Rolfe and Fabian Espindola had a goal and assist each to help vault United (5-3-3 18 points) into sole possession of second place in the Eastern Conference. Photo: Tony Quinn.
It's been a rough few weeks for Eddie Johnson. Surprisingly left off the United States World Cup training camp roster in combination with a season-long scoring drought and not-so-flattering comments on his new team mates has added up to a ton of media attention and soul searching from the much-maligned 30-year old striker. Photo: Tony Quinn.
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.
Chris Rolfe’s sixth-minute goal was just enough as D.C. United defeated the Philadelphia Union 1-0 yesterday at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. The win for United was their first win on the road in league play in 21 games spanning all the way back to October 2012. More importantly, the win helped United (4-3-2 14 […]
Max Urutti’s rebound shot off the post in the 94th minute clinched the Portland Timbers first win of the season, 3-2 over crestfallen and shorthanded D.C. United. The loss snapped United’s five match unbeaten run and continues their road woes as they have not won a road league match since October 2012 in Toronto. Portland, […]
DC United is coming off a spectacular win over league leading Dallas last week to push their unbeaten streak to five games and will be looking to push that to six in Portland if they can take advantage of the defending Western Conference champion’s early season funk. Last year Portland was nearly unbeatable and cruised […]