NEW YORK – The 2011 MLS season will see the league’s two
Canadian clubs operate on a more even playing field compared to their US-based counterparts.
The league announced on Friday that players
considered domestic players in the United States will also be considered domestic players
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Midfielder and new acquisition Dax McCarty will be one of the last members of D.C. United to report to preseason camp.
And it’s for a good reason, as he’s taken a few days off after representing the US against Chile last Saturday.
McCarty opened camp with the national team since Jan. 3 in Carson, Calif., working and training ahead of the friendly. Part of an extremely young group of players, mostly from MLS, it was exciting for him just to be back in camp.
Washington, D.C. (27 de enero de 2011) – D.C. United anunció que el club utilizará un nuevo uniforme para la temporada del 2011. La tercera playera del club capitalino será revelada este sábado 29 de enero en el Washington Auto Show en el Washington Convention Center. Los jugadores Branko Boskovic, Andy Najar, Chris Pontius, Santino Quaranta, Clyde Simms y Josh Wolff estarán luciendo las nuevas playeras en el acto que es patrocinado por Volkswagen y se llevará a cabo a las 2:00 p.m.
Washington, D.C. – D.C. United today announced plans for a third kit to be worn during the 2011 season. The full kit will be unveiled on Saturday, January 29 at 2:00 p.m. on the L Street Bridge of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. The presentation, featuring Branko Boskvic, Andy Najar, Chris Pontius, Santino Quaranta, Clyde Simms and Josh Wolff, anchors D.C. United Day at the Washington Auto Show™, presented by Volkswagen. The players will appear at the Volkswagen booth from 2:30-3:30 p.m, following the jersey launch.
The Black-and-Red avoided the snow by heading inside for fitness testing and a series of passing drills.
WASHINGTON – Banishing the nightmares of a poor 2010 season is paramount for D.C. United as they start a fresh year this week in the nation’s capital.
The team’s focus heading into a long preseason is creating and fostering a winning mentality that will carry into the season opener on March 19 against Columbus and beyond.
During the recent US national team camp, D.C. United midfielder Dax McCarty found himself with the opportunity for an ambitious bicycle kick from distance. What followed made him an instant internet sensation and gave the MLS veteran a signature viral moment for his career.
WATCH: McCarty's USMNT bicycle kick
The rookie defender and D.C. United Academy product is eager to start his pro career and excited to play for head coach Ben Olsen.