black and red


We didn’t see this coming. On the road for its final game before the World Cup break, D.C. United might have been content with a tie or a grind it out 1-0 result.


It was like teeth without a bite. It was sparks without fire. D.C.


Take two. D.C. United is eager to for a second chance to make a first impression and also secure its first win when it plays the Chicago Fire on Saturday at R.F.K Stadium.


There may still be snow on the ground but were just a little over a month away from the start of the 2014 Major League Soccer season.


Barring extra time or penalty kicks D.C. United is hoping it is 90 minutes away from its third U.S. Open Cup title.