El talento catracho tiene su historia en la Major League Soccer. Entre los nombres de la “vieja guardia” que resaltan por su éxito en el fútbol estadounidense y en la MLS en su historia están Alex Pineda Chacón y Amado Guevara, cada uno habiendo impregnado su propia huella.
Washington, D.C. – D.C. United announced today that central defender Perry Kitchen has been called-up to the United States Under 20 National Team. U.S. U-20 Head Coach Thomas Rongen has called upon 20 players for the CONCACAF U-20 Championship in Guatemala, including United’s third overall selection in the 2011 MLS SuperDraft. The U-20 team will hold a preliminary training camp in Dallas beginning Sunday, March 20, with the players set to travel to Guatemala City on March 25.
WASHINGTON- Elegantemente trajeados con los colores rojo y negro del club, los mismos con los que el sábado, 19 de marzp tendrán que vestirse de cortos para recibir al Columbus Crew, los jugadores del D.C. United se presentaron oficialmente ante sus aficionados en el Almuerzo Anual de inicio de temporada de su fundación benéfica United for DC.
The past three MLS drafts have all seen a handful of Akron Zips successfully make the jump from Caleb Porter’s now-storied program to the professional level.
WASHINGTON – When D.C. United take the field Saturday evening against the Columbus Crew, one of their new offseason acquisitions will don the captain’s armband.
Head coach Ben Olsen revealed during Wednesday’s Kickoff Luncheon that midfielder Dax McCarty is going to captain D.C. throughout the 2011 campaign. The announcement was made while introducing the 2011 United roster to those in attendance.
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Washington, D.C. – D.C. United announced today that the club has signed goalkeeper Joe Willis. The 22-year-old joined United after being selected 50th overall in the 2011 MLS SuperDraft from the University of Denver.
“We are pleased that Joe is officially part of our club,” said General Manager Dave Kasper. “He has all the tools to be a successful goalkeeper in our League, and we are excited about his future.”
The Home Grown rule continues to shape and change the landscape of MLS, and with another new season comes a chance for these signings to make an impact on the league.
Real Salt Lake’s signing of Donny Toia on Monday raised the number of Home Grown players in MLS to 31. Several of those are a long way off from making an impact at the highest level in American soccer, while others like Andy Najar have already shown tremendous ability on a consistent basis.