DC United 2014 Season Preview

After a season that left DC United with only three wins in league play, DC United fans can start to look on the bright side. Despite winning the US Open Cup, fans of DC were not satisfied with the display from their team in 2013, ending the season with a record of 3-24-7. Things could […]

DC United Give Up Late Equalizer After Controlling Match

DC United welcomed the Philadelphia Union to a rain-soaked match at RFK Stadium on Saturday night. The rain poured down, and DC United and the Philadelphia Union traded blows in a 1-1 draw, thanks to a late goal from Jack McInerney.  Despite DC United’s poor season, they are still playing with high stakes in the […]

DC United Struggle To Score As Fire Move Into Playoff Position

DC United took the field with the memory of winning the US Open Cup Final on Tuesday fresh on their minds. DC will have a huge role in the Eastern Conference playoff race beginning with Friday’s night 3-0 loss to the Chicago Fire. With their win, the Fire temporarily moved into the fifth and final […]

DC United Defense Wins Third US Open Cup Final

Lowly DC United stepped up in the most important match of their season against Real Salt Lake. DC United made the trip to Sandy, Utah, to face the Western Conference powerhouse in the 100th edition of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup Final with DC United’s last chance of salvaging something from this season on […]

DC United Suffer Big Defeat to Toronto FC

DC United suffered yet another loss this season extending their winless streak to eight games, this time to fellow whipping boy Toronto FC. DC United fell 4-1 after fielding a squad of mostly reserve players before their match of the season against Real Salt Lake for the US Open Cup Final. DC United placed six […]

DC United Suffers Familiar Defeat to Revs

In front of a crowd of 19,187 at Gillette stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts, the home side, New England Revolution, secured an eerily familiar 2-1 victory over bottom of the table, DC United.   Early in the match, luck would shine down on DC. Luis Silva looked to play a dangerous ball into the New England […]

DC United Look to Attack Stumbling Revolution

DC United (3-19-6) will travel to Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts, to face fellow eastern conference member New England Revolution (10-11-7) Saturday night. Coming off an impressive, hard-fought draw against the Los Angeles Galaxy, DC United will hope to secure three points and build some momentum to carry them through the final stretch of the […]

DC United Lose Again to New England Revolution

Take the good with the bad DC United fans – a new stadium in the works, but the very poor MLS campaign makes matters extremely difficult to find the bright side.  Before looking at DC’s horrendous 1-2 defeat to the New England Revolution on Saturday night, midweek brought a moment of clarity and promise to the DC […]

DC United Falter Again Courtesy of Obafemi Martins’ Double

The never ending downfall for DC United continued on July 3rd at CenturyLink Field as once again the Black & Red did not play bad per say; however, the Seattle Sounders were able to finish their chances.  With the 0-2 loss to the Seattle Sounders, DC United fall to (2-13-3, 9 points) placing them 14 […]

Ben Olsen Rips Referee After 1-0 Defeat to Vancouver

DC United just cannot seem to pull it together in league play as the Black & Reds fell once again on Saturday to the Vancouver Whitecaps, 1-0.  It was Camilo who stepped up to the spot and calmly slotted the game’s only goal past Bill Hamid.  The entire organization has been left to wonder why […]

DC Record Their First Win Since March 9th

If I had to pick one DC United player to drag DC United out of their rut, I would either choose Perry Kitchen or Chris Pontius – and Pontius' penalty kick goal may be the one to spark life back into the Black & Red.  Pontius' goal sent RFK Stadium into euphoria despite the dwindling […]

DC United Fall to Toronto FC

In this weeks analysis of DC United's performance against Toronto FC at RFK Stadium, I'm certainly going to sound like a broken record.  Week after week I constantly feel as if I say the same thing: DC United lack leadership, cannot finish their chances, and overall seem content with losing.  The current MLS campaign for […]

DC United Snag a Point from New England at Gillette Stadium

On a brisk Saturday evening in Massachusetts, DC United displayed what seemed to be a new found confidence moving forward. After a disappointing start to their MLS campaign (1-10-2, 5 points) which is good for last place in the Eastern Conference, Ben Olsen made another gutsy move to leave Brandon McDonald and Dwayne De Rosario […]