WASHINGTON – Scoring goals simply doesn’t seem to be as big of a problem anymore for the new-look D.C. United.
Thanks in part to five goals from league-leader Charlie Davies, United have scored nine goals through six games, almost half what they managed in all of 2010.
One of the biggest keys has been the introduction of new faces into the mix, and the club has impressed in brief stretches in the attack by their ability to possess and pass the ball.
D.C. United return to action on the road against the Houston Dynamo on Friday (8:30 pm ET, Fox Soccer).
El mediocampista hondureño del D.C. United, Andy Najar, asegura que sigue
trabajando duro en los entrenamientos y se limita a esperar nuevas
oportunidades para regresar a la alineación titular, porque esa es una decisión
que le compete a los técnicos y él no puede intervenir.
de ganar el premio al Novato del Año en 2010, Najar estuvo como abridor en los
dos primeros partidos de su club en 2011, un triunfo ante el Columbus Crew en
el RFK y una derrota ante New England Revolution en Massachusetts.
WASHINGTON- El mediocampista brasileño
Fred considera que su equipo D.C. United le tomará pronto el ritmo a la
temporada porque tiene jugadores de calidad que ya están jugando a un buen
nivel, además de que ya se ha logrado una mejor compenetración entre los
futbolistas novatos y los más veteranos que militan en el club.
El brasileño ha jugado como titular como
carrilero en el mediocampo de los capitalinos en sus dos últimos encuentros
ligueros, un triunfo 3-0 ante Toronto FC en Canadá y una derrota por goleada
4-0 ante los Red Bulls en el RFK.
HOUSTON — Every time the chant rang out from the supporters sections at Robertson Stadium, you’d know the veteran goalkeeper had just made another save:
“You’ll never beat Pat Onstad.”
That refrain was heard a number of times during Onstad’s career in Houston, especially when the club was winning back-to-back MLS Cups in 2006 and '07. His stellar play was a big reason for the Dynamo’s success as the Canadian international was a security blanket for one of the league’s best defenses.
WASHINGTON – The start of the 2011 season certainly didn’t go as planned for D.C. United defender Jed Zayner.
After enduring and pushing through the rigorous preseason schedule, the sixth-year veteran went down with a hamstring injury in the first game of the season against the Columbus Crew and hasn’t returned since.
His recovery time was then extended when he re-aggravated the injury a few weeks ago. However, Zayner finally returned to full training this week is ready to go if called upon for Friday’s matchup at Houston (8:30 pm ET; Fox Soccer).
Este viernes D.C. United visita al Houston Dynamo a las 8:30 p.m. (hora del Este). Escuche la palabra del volante brasileño Fred acerca del compromiso que se jugará en el Robertson Stadium.
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BOYDS, Md. – For the first time since 2002, D.C. United won’t be playing in the US Open Cup.
Tuesday night’s 3-2 loss to the Revolution saw United knocked out in the qualifying phase of the competition, as a trio of defensive miscues went punished by New England. DC fell behind 3-0, and a furious second-half rally came up just short.
This despite controlling play for most of the first half and controlling possession. However, New England made their chances count, punishing three defensive lapses to come away with the win.