The news that Sochaux striker Charlie Davies would join D.C. United's training camp in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, for a week-long evaluation period has been greeted with a great deal of hoopla. If the club's technical and medical team are satisfied with the still-rehabilitating US international's fitness and ability, they would sign him to a 12-month loan that has already been negotiated.
Here, MLSsoccer.com editors Simon Borg and Matthew Doyle discuss the possible move.
Washington, D.C. – D.C. United today made the following statement in regards to Charlie Davies’ potential loan to United.
With 15 seasons in the books, MLSsoccer.com looks back at the stars, personalities and cult heroes who made Major League Soccer what it is today. We continue our "What Ever Happened To..." series with MLS original and All-Star goalkeeper Mike Ammann.
Where He Was Then
Head Coach Ben Olsen's discusses his coaching philosophy and the new players on team.
NEW YORK – There’s some big news coming down on Tuesday, and
fans can get the exclusive scoop on MLSsoccer.com at 10 am ET on Tuesday.
Later in the day, two of the biggest names in the league – Designated
Players Landon Donovan (LA Galaxy) and Thierry Henry (NY Red Bulls) – will join
MLS commissioner Don Garber on a media teleconference call at 3:30 pm ET to
Fans can listen in on the discussion live on
Y Honduras ha vuelto al ruedo nuevamente para que la estrella juvenil del D.C. United Andy Najar vista los colores de la selección catracha, esta vez en la categoría sub 20.
La decisión del volante de D.C. United Andy Najar entre las selección de Estados Unidos y la de Honduras podría llegar a un punto de desenlace prontamente.
Según el director técnico de la selección catracha Sub-20, el estelar hondureño estaría listo para unirse a la selección centroamericana ya que el volante tendría que esperar hasta el 2013 para poder jugar para los Estados Unidos.
With the Crew's signing of Jeff Cunningham on Friday and the earlier signing of Juan Pablo Ángel by the LA Galaxy, the total number of strikers who have found new homes through the Re-Entry process has risen to four.
WASHINGTON — As the complexion of youth development in MLS and the United States continues to evolve, the role of college soccer goes along with it. And while the role of the collegiate program will be debated down the road, given the size of the United States, players will most likely always emerge from the college system.