Toronto – Toronto FC reserves had two points snatched away in stoppage time by Joseph Ngwenya's goal for D.C. United on Tuesday, with the East Division rivals drawing 1-1 at Downsview Park in North York.
With the draw, United's Reserve record remains unblemished at 5-0-2 (17 points). The Black-and-Red remain atop the East Division of the MLS Reserve League, ahead of Columbus by five points.
WASHINGTON — On August 13, with Bill Hamid serving a red card suspension, D.C. United third ‘keeper Joe Willis recorded a shutout in a 4-0 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps in his MLS debut. Eight days later, Willis took a hard luck 1-0 loss on Aug. 21 against Sporting Kansas City.
The performances proved that Willis can hack it in MLS. But if it weren’t for ties to DC assistant coach Chad Ashton, Willis may have never made his way to the nation’s capital at all.
Soccer anunció hoy que el mediocampista del United Chris Pontius ha sido
convocado a la Selección de Estados Unidos para dos amistosos frente a Costa
Rica y Bélgica. El plantel de Jurgen Klinsmann recibirá a Costa Rica en el Home
Depot Center de Carson, California el 2 de septiembre y luego viajará a
Bruselas para enfrentar a Bélgica el 6 de septiembre.
U.S. Soccer announced today that D.C. United midfielder Chris Pontius has been called-up to the U.S. Men’s National Team for two friendly matches against Costa Rica and Belgium. Jurgen Klinsmann’s squad will host Costa Rica at The Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. on Sept. 2 and will then travel to Brussels to face Belgium on Sept. 6.
Major League Soccer today announced the postponed match between D.C. United and the Portland Timbers, originally scheduled for Saturday, August 27, has been set for Wednesday, October 19. The match will kickoff at 8:00 p.m. ET at RFK Stadium. Tickets from the original contest, bearing the date of August 27, will be valid on October 19.
WASHINGTON — The development of D.C. United’s promising young goalkeeper Bill Hamid continues to catch the eye of the new US national team coaching staff.
Andy Najar’s explosive career continues to take off. With
three goals and four assists in 21 matches (18 starts) this season, the 2010 MLS Rookie of
the Year has matured into one of the League’s most promising players. Now,
the young Honduran is ready to take the next step in his career by entering the
international scene, as the Honduras National Team gets ready to face Colombia
and Paraguay in friendly matches.
Citing general public safety concerns because of the anticipated impact of Hurricane Irene, Major League Soccer has postponed the game between D.C. United and the Portland Timbers, previously scheduled for tomorrow at RFK Stadium.
The game will be rescheduled and the new date and time announced next week. Tickets from Saturday’s contest will be valid on the make-up date.
Najar ha demostrado últimamente por qué es una de las piezas claves del D.C.
United. Con tres goles y cuatro asistencias en 21 partidos (18 de titular), el
joven catracho se ha afianzado como una de las grandes promesas de la Liga. Gracias
a su gran desempeño, Najar fue convocado una vez más por la Selección Nacional
de Honduras para disputar dos partidos amistosos frente a Colombia y Paraguay. El mediocampista de 18 años se mostró motivado
y agradecido por la oportunidad de vestir la Bicolor por primera vez.