Washington, D.C. – D.C. United announced today that the club has signed forward Blake Brettschneider. The 21-year-old joined United after being selected 21st overall in the 2011 MLS Supplemental Draft from the University of South Carolina.
“We are pleased that Blake is officially part of our club,” said General Manager Dave Kasper. “He is an athletic striker who has a nose for goal, and we are excited about his future.”
Washington, D.C. – D.C. United anunció hoy que el delantero Blake Brettschneider ha firmado un contrato con el elenco capitalino. United seleccionó a Brettschneider de la Universidad de Carolina del Sur en la segunda ronda del Draft Suplementario de la MLS del 2011.
“Estamos contentos de tener a Blake oficialmente en los registros de nuestro equipo. Blake es un delantero muy atlético con olfato de gol, y estamos muy optimistas sobre su futuro”, dijo el Gerente General Dave Kasper.
WASHINGTON- El D.C. United se prepara para iniciar el sábado 5 de marzo la última fase de su pretemporada 2011, cuando enfrente al Battery en Charleston, Carolina del Sur, en su primer partido del ya tradicional torneo, Carolina Challenge Cup.
WASHINGTON – Following stints in Florida and California, D.C. United left for Charleston, S.C., on Thursday morning to play out the third-and-final leg of their preseason.
Over the next 10 days the team will train and play three games in their defense of the Carolina Challenge Cup, which they won in last year’s preseason. This will mark the sixth time DC have participated in the tournament, which is hosted by the USL Pro team, Charleston Battery.
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