D.C. United vs. FC Dallas in a U.S. Open Cup play-in game, Wednesday at RFK Stadium, 7:30 p.m. ET, streamed live at dcunited.com.
What's at stake?
Coaches of slumping teams typically face a choice familiar
to gamblers with a cold hand: either stay the course in the hopes of eventual
vindication, or take dramatic steps to shake up established routines and
En un Reportaje Especial, ESPN Deportes sigue la carrera del mediocampista del D.C. United, Santino Quaranta - desde sus comienzos, la drogradicción que casi acabó con su carrera y hasta su segunda oportunidad con el club capitalino. Quaranta, sus compañeros y su familia cuentan la historia de un joven talento que cayó en malos pasos pero logró superarse. El vídeo también se encuentra en la página de ESPN Deportes.
dcunited.com's Tony Limarzi learns discusses fashion from one of D.C. United's biggest fans, David Eisele, Certified Master Designer for Davelle Clothiers in Reston, Virginia.
With a settled squad and a winning record, the Columbus Crew
may have reason to rue the scheduling quirk that handed them two bye weeks
before the season is a month old. But D.C. United—winless, banged-up and
dispirited—are more than ready to step back from the daily grind this weekend
in the hopes of turning the page on their painful start to 2010.
dcunited.com's, Tony Limarzi quizzes D.C. United Midfielder/Forward, Chris Pontius with a series of questions in another installment of "Top of the 18".
Curt Onalfo is a self-proclaimed optimist. He is also a careful observer of the game and a smart person. He knows that something is not working right now for D.C. United. Coach Onalfo has stood behind his players and continues to do so. He emphatically believes that the players currently on the roster are capable of much more than they have shown through the early portion of the season. Yet finding the right way to put the players into positions where they can perform ay their best is not an easy challenge. Onalfo is committed to success and is working to solve that tricky problem.
Troy Perkins commenced his professional
career on a meteoric trajectory from undrafted rookie reservist to MLS
Goalkeeper of the Year in less than 36 months, with a move to test himself on
the European stage a year later and entrance into the U.S. national team
goalkeepers’ pool another 12 months after that.