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Post-match quotes: D.C. United 2 - New England Revolution 1

Saturday, September 15, 2012 - RFK Stadium
Post-match quotes
Post-match quotes

D.C. United Head Coach Ben Olsen

On substituting Lewis Neal for Branko Boskovic:

Food Trucks: August 31

Bada Bing, DC Slices and Holy Crepes will be in the Lot 8 tailgate this Sunday
Food Trucks

Like what you taste? Tell the world by Tweeting at tonight's food trucks! Don't have your tickets yet? Not a problem, buy online.

Tailgate beer available: Budweiser, Bud Light, Michelob Ultra, Modelo 

Matchday Program: August 31, 2014

Honoring the 2004 MLS Cup champions
Matchday Program

In this week's issue, check out a feature on D.C. United's 2004.

Every Matchday in 2014 will provide up-to-date statistics, rosters and schedules for the Black-and-Red. Make sure you pick one up as you enter the Gates on Gameday.

Gameday Timeline: August 31

A rivalry match, a reunion of champions and a night for the kids
Gameday Timeline

RFK Stadium - grass, sun

Photo Credit: 
Rebecca Payne / dcunited.com

Post-Match Quotes: August 27, 2014

"We’ll learn from it and move on,” Bobby Boswell
Post-Match Quotes

D.C. UNITED HEAD COACH BEN OLSEN

On the team’s first half performance:

“I will take this one. For this match, I think we had too many guys have a poor night, and I had a poor night. If you add that up against the LA Galaxy, and you’re down one-zero in the first couple of minutes, you’re in for a long night.

On the comparisons between this game and the game against Real Salt Lake:

August 27 Highlights: D.C. United 1 - LA Galaxy 4

DCU walks away without any points from a west coast trip
Highlights: DCU 1 - LAG 4

August 27 Recap: D.C. United 1 - LA Galaxy 4

A hard loss on the road, but D.C. United looks ahead to Sunday against the New York Red Bulls
Recap: DCU 1 - LAG 4

Bill Hamid and Steven Birnbaum at LA Galaxy - 2014

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USA Today Sports Images

The LA Galaxy sent a message to the rest of MLS on Wednesday night, piecing together another comprehensive performance, grabbing a quick lead and putting away Eastern Conference leader D.C. United, more or less, before halftime.

Landon Donovan, running the attack in Robbie Keane’s absence, set up all three first-half goals as LA (12-5-7) romped to a 4-1 victory at StubHub Center to grab the No. 2 spot in the Western Conference and Supporters’ Shield standings, just two points behind Seattle.

SAVE: Hamid comes up big on point-blank save against Zardes

DCU's Homegrown 'keeper continues to prove himself in net
SAVE: Hamid stays big vs Zardes

GOAL: D.C. United pulls one back on a Galaxy own goal

Caskey plays a good ball in, EJ make it difficult for Leonardo, Penedo
GOAL: DCU pulls one back

Q&A: Landon Donovan and Bruce Arena

The pair share their thoughts on playing in our nation's capital
Q&A: Donovan & Arena

Landon Donovan doing interviews

Photo Credit: 
Rebecca Payne / dcunited.com

Ahead of D.C. United's match at StubHub center tonight, and prior to Ben Olsen presenting Landon Donovan with a retirement gift, we caught up with the soccer legend and former D.C. United head coach Bruce Arena. 

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