After years of hinting at it, Major League Soccer announced the expansion of the league with a new team in New York City.
Lack of communication. Lack of focus. Lack of defense. Lack of offense. Sometimes when it rains, it pours. And it's monsoon season in D.C. right now.
Just 11 minutes into their bought with the Philadelphia Union, D.C. United found themselves down by two, a particularly deep hole for a club that had only scored as many in its first six matches.
It's a rivalry as old as Major League Soccer and ever since its beginning in 1996, D.C. vs. New York has never failed to disappoint.