D.C. United Head Coach Ben Olsen
On substituting Lewis Neal for Branko Boskovic:
Ahead of this weekend’s important match ups that will decide the seeds for the rest of the Eastern Conference Playoffs, we will profile the three teams whose fates remain unknown—Columbus Crew, New York Red Bulls and Sporting Kansas City.
After two days in the air and two days on the ground in Panama, it’s time for five observations from the road. For an international trip, this one was pretty smooth and accommodating once we finally got to our hotel. With that being said, we started our trip off with a bang.
The word “winner” is always associated with the Black-and-Red captain, Bobby Boswell.
When D.C. United selected Boswell in the first stage of the MLS Re-Entry Draft, General Manager Dave Kasper said, “Bobby is seasoned veteran and a winner.”
Council Chairman Phil Mendelson announces the scheduling of a public oversight roundtable of the Committee of Whole on "The Costs and Benefits of Bill 20-805, District of Columbia Soccer Stadium Development Act of 2014." The roundtable will be held Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. in Hearing Room 412 of the John A. Wilson Building, 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW.
D.C. United used a touch of good luck and a complete performance by a squad of role players to complete its perfect run in 2014-15 CONCACAF Champions League group play with a 1-0 victory at Tauro FC in Panama City, Panama.
While half the team is down in Panama City, Panama, to take on Tauro F.C. tonight at 8 pm in the final group stage match of CONCACAF Champions League, the remaining half who stayed in Washington, D.C., took the field for the first training session since clinching to top seed in the Eastern Conference. Chris Rolfe, who has been rehabbing a fractured left forearm, practiced fully again with the team.