First place D.C. United. For United supporters who endured a three-win campaign last season it probably sounds nice and it is possible.
After last season’s three-win campaign, D.C. United understands the doubts, but has been ready with the answers. To reach 18 points from its first 12 games in 2014, D.C.
After a winter of waiting, it was revealed on Wednesday evening that D.C. United would be playing Tauro F.C. of Panama and Waterhouse F.C.
One of the things D.C. United lacked last season was a mean streak or a hard edge that helped them even in losses. Do they have it now?
Playing its third game in seven days D.C. United navigated its way to halftime and a scoreless game on the road Saturday against New England.