El mediocampista Fred evalúa el juego del equipo frente a Ajax y se prepara para lo que viene; el partido del domingo frente al invicto Portland Timbers, y la oportunidad de enfrentar a sus ex compañeros Perkins y Wallace.
WASHINGTON — Just as D.C. United’s back line is finding consistency, Gold Cup duty will claim Canadian international Dejan Jakovic for most of June.
Though he’ll leave the club after Sunday’s meeting with the Portland Timbers to join up with Canada, he said remains focused on taking care of business this weekend.
“I’m not thinking about [the Gold Cup] right now," Jakovic said. "We obviously have an important game against Portland. The standings are so close, one win puts us in a very good position.”
dirigidos por Ben Olsen realizaron hoy la penúltima práctica de la semana antes
de embarcar en su gira por el Oeste, en la que enfrentarán a Portland Timbers y
LA Galaxy. Luego de una respetable actuación ante el Ajax, el United se entrenó
pensando en cómo terminar con el invicto de los Timbers.
WASHINGTON — After spending all of 2010 out of MLS, a rash of injuries have given D.C. United defender Daniel Woolard another chance to prove himself in the top flight.
When Marc Burch failed a late fitness test back on May 4 against the Seattle Sounders, opportunity knocked for Woolard, who prior to that had managed just a single start in league play. The left back responded with three solid performances in a row and has helped solidify what had been a shaky defense.
WASHINGTON — For Andy Najar, this June was supposed to be about stepping on the field and representing his native Honduras for the very first time in the CONCACAF Gold Cup.
But a tricky series of events and a back-and-forth between D.C. United and the Honduran federation threw a wrench in the plans, before Honduras coach Luis Fernando Suárez finally decided late last week not to call the midfielder into camp.
Najar was back on the training field Wednesday with D.C. United, and the youngster will spend the next month playing for his MLS club.