VIDEO: Charlie Davies on pushing to become a starter

United's leading goal scorer knows he must earn his spot
Davies eager to start

DT Olsen mueve sus piezas en el ajedrez del United

Continúas ausencias han interrumpido el trabajo de DC
Olsen mueve sus piezas

WASHINGTON- Si hay algo de lo que no se
puede culpar al técnico Ben Olsen es de no buscar alternativas para solucionar
las bajas que se le han presentado en su plantilla durante los primeros cuatros
juegos del D.C. United, que con un récord de 1-2-1 y 4 puntos se ubica en el
sótano de la clasificación de la Conferencia Este.

Veteran Burch brings consistency to DC back line

After two injury-plagued seasons, left back finally contributing
DC's Burch consistent

WASHINGTON – Even though the season is only a few weeks old, a variety of factors have already hampered Ben Olsen’s selection across D.C. United’s back line.

Injuries, international callups and suspensions have forced the need to juggle his starting defenders. Olsen has used four different combinations in all four of his matches.

Charlie Davies named Lenkersdorfer Fine Jewelers Man of the Match

The United forward earns fan's choice award after PK goal
Davies named MOTM - Week 4

Charlie Davies was named Lenkersdorfer Fine Jewelers Man of the Match for Matchday 4 of the MLS Regular Season today based on fan voting conducted on


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MLS Power Rankings: Week 4

Sounders, FC Dallas make their move after impressive wins
Power Rankings: Week 4

Just who managed to avoid the buzzsaw of yellow and red cards might have meant something in the win column this week, but that's not all that went into this week's rankings. We also saw the return (was he ever gone?) of David Ferreira and a cathartic first win for the Sounders, both of whom took some huge steps up the ladder. Got an issue? Vote for your own!

Rookie Rundown: Bruin scores first MLS goal

Valentin, Salgado also in action after US U-20 loss in Guatemala
Rookie Rundown: Week 4

The Will Bruin era opened in earnest on Sunday night in Houston as the Dynamo rookie scored his first MLS goal to cap the hosts’ cathartic 3-1 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps at Robertson Stadium.

Bruin, who was drafted 11th overall during the MLS SuperDraft after Houston manager Dominic Kinnear traded up to land the imposing forward out of Indiana University, finished off a breakaway chance in the 76th minute after streaking past the Whitecaps back line and skirting Vancouver goalkeeper Jay Nolly.

Kempin, Pineda headline US U-18 call-ups

SKC 'keeper, Chicago midfielder the only pros in Matkovich's team
Kempin, Pineda in U-18s

Jon Kempin is one of the stars of the Sporting Kansas City Juniors program.

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Sporting Kansas City Communications

Sporting Kansas City goalkeeper Jon Kempin and Chicago Fire midfielder Victor Pineda headline a group of six MLS products called into US Under-18 national-team camp by head coach Mike Matkovich on Monday.

The 24-man list also features MLS youth prospects Scott Thomsen (New York Red Bulls Academy), DeAndre Yedlin (Seattle Sounders Academy), Marcus Salandy-Defour (D.C. United Academy) and Will Trapp (Crew Soccer Academy).

Furman University's Walker Zimmerman is the only college player on the roster.

Late goal doesn't hide need for DC improvement

Olsen unhappy with long-ball approach in draw with Galaxy
DC need to improve

WASHINGTON – In the wake of last Saturday’s 1-1 draw against LA, the mood in D.C. United's locker room was mixed. The fact that they had managed to score a late goal in the 90th minute, stealing a point at the death after a flat offensive performance, was reason to be upbeat.

But coaches and players alike know that things must improve in future games if this team is to succeed on the field in 2011.

“Overall, I just thought we weren’t as sharp as we needed to be,” Ben Olsen said after the game. “I thought the energy was there, but we just weren’t a good enough soccer team.”

1-on-1 with Ethan White

Comcast SportsNet's Sebastian Salazar interviews United's homegrown defender
1-on-1 with Ethan White

DC make history as 3 Home Growns see action

Academy grads Najar, Hamid, White all play at same time vs. LA
Home Grown history in DC

WASHINGTON – When Andy Najar entered the game for D.C. United in Saturday’s 1-1 draw against the LA Galaxy, it marked the first time in league history that three Home Grown players were on the field at the same time for the same team.

Najar lined up alongside goalkeeper Bill Hamid and rookie defender Ethan White against the Galaxy. At one point, the trio played for D.C. United's academy team before signing professional contracts at one point or another over the last two years.

Longtime midfielder Santino Quaranta noted the occasion after the game.

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