WASHINGTON — D.C. United head into Sunday’s tough matchup against Sporting Kansas City uncertain about who their starting goalkeeper might be.
Regular starter Bill Hamid was subbed out halftime of Thursday’s 1-1 draw against the Chicago Fire after going down clutching his right hamstring following a goal kick.
D.C. UNITED HEAD COACH BEN OLSEN
On a night away from home where very few things went right for D.C. United, coming away with a point was a minor victory against the Chicago Fire.
Former Fire stalwart Josh Wolff got one back on his former team, scoring in the 73rd minute to snatch a 1-1 draw in a game that saw DC outplayed for significant stretches of the match.
Aiming to add to an impressive away record (4-3-3, 15 points) in 2011, D.C. United hits the road again to face Eastern Conference rival Chicago Fire (2-7-14, 20 points) and Sporting Kansas City (7-7-9, 30 points) in back-to-back matches. The first stop of the four-day tour begins tonight at Toyota Park, as the Black-and-Red (7-6-9, 30 points) take on the Chicago Fire at 9:00 p.m. ET (ESPN2). To help you prepare for tonight's contest, here are the notes you'll need to set the table.
El mediocampista Kurt Morsink habla de la importancia de la victoria en casa y se prepara para los duelos de visitante frente a Chicago Fire y su ex club Sporting Kansas City.
RELATED: Fans will have the opportunity to discuss all things
Black-and-Red before tonight’s match in Chicago on SportsTalk 570 (affiliate
of ESPN 980). Hosted by Tony Limarzi, the show will run from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00
p.m. ET on the air and online. To join the conversation, fans can dial