A Kitchen with all the tools

United’s midfield anchor continues to grow
A Kitchen with all the tools

Kitchen Header 4.11

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Tony Quinn

There has never been any shred of doubt about Perry Kitchen. He arrived at D.C. United as a readymade professional. He’s been as durable as any player in the league over the last four seasons. In his young MLS career, he’s already seen plenty of highs and lows.

As he continues to develop new dimensions to his game – including his recent scoring prowess – and to earn new opportunities with the U.S. Men’s National Team, it’s worth reminding that Kitchen is still merely 23 years old. The real question is how far he will go.


Gameday Timeline: DCU vs. Dynamo - April 18, 2015

The Black-and-Red face the Forever Orange
Gameday Timeline - DC v HOU


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United v Red Bulls Highlights and Post Game Interview with Perry Kitchen

Kitchen Discusses First Brace in DCU Draw Against NYRB
United v Red Bulls Highlights and Post Game Interview with Perry Kitchen

April 11 Recap: D.C. United 2 - Red Bulls New York 2

D.C. United Draws Eastern Rivals
Match Recap: DCU 2 - RBNY 2


Photo Credit: 
Tommy Gillian

WASHINGTON – Neither side could emerge victorious on Saturday evening as two bitter rivals battled for the second time in less than a month when D.C. United welcomed the New York Red Bulls to RFK Stadium.

D.C. looked to avenge a late-March loss to New York – their only defeat of the season – while New York took the pitch looking to leapfrog United and wrap their hands around the Atlantic Cup title with months to spare. 

Post-Match Quotes: April 11, 2015

"Ironically I thought overall it was a step forward for us."
Post-Match Quotes


Photo Credit: 
Tommy Gillian

D.C. United Head Coach Ben Olsen

On overall disappointment with the outcome of the game:

GOAL: Rolfe Finds Kitchen for Second Goal of Match

DCU 2 - RBNY - 0
GOAL: Kitchen Drives One Past Robles

GOAL: Kitchen Heads into Net off Corner from Kemp

DCU up 1-0 against Red Bulls
GOAL: Kitchen's Header Finds Net

Black-and-Red Basics | D.C. United vs New York Red Bulls Part II

All the News Before the Match
Black-and-Red Basics | DCU vs NYRB


This time D.C. United hasn’t had to wait long. The chance for revenge against the New York Red Bulls has come quickly, and the appetite couldn’t be greater.

The Black-and-Red dropped their first encounter with their Atlantic Cup rivals on March 22 at Red Bull Arena. But they haven’t lost to the Red Bulls at RFK Stadium since 2013, a streak of three straight victories.

D.C. United Central Show to Air on Comcast SportsNet

Monthly Half-Hour Soccer Show Debuts
Comcast SportsNet to Air D.C. United Show

United With Best Start Since ’06

Fifth Time in Team History with Three Wins in First Four Matches
United With Best Start Since ’06

Silva Arnaud 4.3

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USA Today Sports

Thanks to heroics by goalkeeper Bill Hamid and a gorgeous stoppage-time free kick by Luis Silva in his 2015 debut, D.C. United (3-1-0, 9 points) is back on top of the Eastern Conference. It’s the best start since 2006 for the Black-and-Red, the fifth time in club history that the team has opened a season with at least three victories in the first four matches.

Here’s look back at the other four campaigns as D.C. United begins its preparation for another highly-anticipated clash with the New York Red Bulls (Saturday, 7 p.m., Comcast SportsNet):

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