MLS Commissioner Don Garber spoke to Soccerly editor Steve Clare at MLS Headquarters last Friday after an eventful week in Major League Soccer.
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 was a time when anything less than three points from a trip to Toronto was considered a disappointment. That time has passed. Toronto’s new look is for real, but D.C.
Comcast SportsNet has announced that former D.C. United midfielder Santino Quaranta will serve as analyst for the network’s telecast this season.