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Wolff helps rescue a point

United able to rally late for 1-1 draw in Chicago
Wolff helps rescue a point

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.

Highlights: Chicago Fire 1 - D.C. United 1

Thursday, August 18, 2011 - Bridgeview, IL
Highlights: DC 1 - Chicago 1

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GOAL: Wolff ties the match

United's veteran forward makes it 1-1
GOAL: Wolff ties the match

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D.C. United media round-up

All the Black-and-Red notes you need for tonight's match in Chicago
DCU vs CHI media roundup

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. 

VIDEO: Josh Wolff previews Chicago Fire

United's veteran forward says the next two matches "are a big moment for us"
Wolff previews Chicago Fire

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VIDEO: Stephen King previews Chicago Fire

The central midfielder says the team is expecting a tough match from Chicago
King previews Chicago Fire

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Previa: DC vs Chicago / DC vs Kansas City

Previa: Chicago & KC

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.

Preview: D.C. United at Chicago Fire

United seek continued momentum
Preview: DC at Chicago

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
301-984-9570.

Beefed-up Jakovic enjoying bright return for United

DC defense locking down with Jakovic-McDonald partnership
Jakovic happy to be back

WASHINGTON — D.C. United defender Dejan Jakovic was able to make the most out of an unfortunate situation this summer.

The Canadian international suffered a hamstring injury back on June 1 that ended up keeping him out until the end of July. But instead of lamenting the setback, the 26-year-old hit the weight room to bulk up what he could work on — his upper body.

The hard work particularly paid off against the Vancouver Whitecaps last weekend, as Jakovic and the rest of DC’s defense kept giant striker Eric Hassli off the score sheet in a 4-0 win for DC.

Two-game road trip to test DC's impressive away record

United put East's best road mark on line with visits to Chicago, KC
Road trip to test DC

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WASHINGTON — Two games in four days always provides a challenge, particularly, when they’re on the road.

But unlike most MLS sides, D.C. United actually seem to enjoy packing their bags and printing their boarding passes. This week, United will put their 4-3-3 road mark — the only winning away record in the Eastern Conference — on the line when they travel to face the Chicago Fire on Thursday (9 pm ET, ESPN2) and Sporting Kansas City on Sunday.

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