Fabian Espindola's (tying goal) and Perry Kitchen's go-ahead score were not enough for United to secure 3 points at RFK. A late equalizer by the Fire's Quincy Amerikwa leveled the match at 2-2 and spoiled the party for the announced crowd of 9,445 fans, the smallest league crowd at RFK in over five years. Photo: Martin Fernandez
Join the guys as they review DC United's past two matches against both LA Teams, including the 1-0 loss at Chivas USA and the 2-2 draw vs. LA at RFK Stadium. The boys also take a look at the US Men's National team and yet another 2-0 win against Arch Rival Mexico in Columbus...
Robbie Keane (right) put the Galaxy up in just the 7th minute finishing off a nice sequence after Landon Donovan's back heel. Photo: Tony Quinn.
In a season that will soon go down in MLS’ record books for futility, D.C. United provided more ammunition to lay claim to the worst team the league has ever seen after it’s 1-0 loss last night to Chivas USA at the StubHub Center in Carson, California. Erick Torres’ goal in the 50th minute was […]
A nightmare season for D.C. United continued on it’s inevitable path as Dwayne De Rosario’s missed penalty summed up United’s season in a nutshell in their 2-1 loss against bitter rivals New York Red Bull at Red Bull Arena tonight. With Red Bull leading 2-1 in the 72nd minute, Red Bull defender Ibrahim Sakagya was […]
A 46th minute penalty decision by referee Matthew Forester ultimately was the biggest talking point of the night and undoubtedly will draw a fine for Olsen from the league based on his post-game comments. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
Chris Pontius' eleventh-minute penalty kick conversion held up for the remainder of the match as D.C. United defeated the San Jose Earthquakes 1-0 at RFK Stadium this evening. The victory snaps a winless streak that began on March 16th and continued for three-and-a-half months. Photo: Martin Fernandez.
Despite Dwayne DeRosario's go ahead goal from the spot, D.C. United's horrific season continues to spiral downhill as they lost this evening to visiting Toronto FC 2-1 at RFK Stadium. The loss extends United's club-record winless streak to 13 games. Photo: Martin Fernandez
D.C. United put forth their best defensive effort in quite some time and came out with a point in their 0-0 draw tonight against the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. The draw extends United’s club-record winless streak to twelve matches and keeps them cemented to the bottom of the Eastern Conference […]
Join the guys as they look back on United's past couple of losses and the upcoming match against Sporting KC. The boys also talk about recent United news and all things Black-and-Red.