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D.C. United Head Coach Ben Olsen
On the World Cup break affecting the team’s performance
You can contribute [the poor result] to anything you want, but that was the reality tonight. Individually, I thought that was Eddie’s best game. I thought it was a good night and it’s a tough game sometimes when a final product isn’t good enough on the night and they sneak a goal. They had two shots, and one on frame but sometimes that’s all you need.
On playing without Fabian Espindola
West was the best in a meeting of conference leaders Saturday night at RFK Stadium as the Seattle Sounders cruised to a 1-0 victory over D.C. United.
Chad Barrett’s first-half strike would be enough for Seattle in the teams’ return to MLS play following the World Cup break.
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Today, we stay at our desks, read Tweets on things like the NBA Draft, and wonder whose idea it was to take an entire day off from World Cup.
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