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Post-match quotes: D.C. United 2 – Philadelphia Union 0

Sunday, August 22 - RFK Stadium
DCU post-game quotes

D.C. UNITED HEAD COACH BEN OLSEN
On the first goal

United muestra signos vitales ante Philadelphia Union

Con doblete de Allsopp, DC ganó por primera vez en nueve partidos
DC muestra signos vitales

WASHINGTON -- Con dos goles del delantero
australiano Danny Allsopp, el D.C. United derrotó 2-0 al Philadelphia Union y
alcanzó su primera victoria en sus últimos nueve partidos, y también primera
desde que Ben Olsen se encargó de la dirección técnica del club. 

POLL: Who was your man of the match?

Who was the most outstanding player of Sunday's match?
POLL: Man of the match?

United y Philadelphia van por la supervivencia

Ambos clubes están urgidos de un triunfo
Por la supervivencia

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WASHINGTON- El D.C. United tendrá una nueva oportunidad de demostrar que todavía no está totalmente fuera de competencia en la temporada 2010, cuando enfrente al Philadelphia Union el domingo 22 a las 2 p.m.

Hackworth, Fred expect a fight from Olsen

New United boss squares off against familiar faces from Philly
Union expect tough D.C.

CHESTER, Pa -- Some of those who know D.C. interim head coach Ben Olsen best say the league shouldn’t expect any easy outings from a struggling United side.

And that starts with United’s match against the Philadelphia Union Sunday at RFK Stadium.

“He’s a young coach, so he’s going to have to ply his trade a little bit and figure out what works for him and what doesn’t,” said John Hackworth, Union assistant and a friend of Olsen. “I expect that we’ll see a very motivated and competitive D.C. United team because of the type of person Ben is.”

Match preview: Philadelphia Union

Santino Quaranta and Marc Burch discuss the team's preparations for the Union
Match Preview: Philly

Plenty of potential in DC's latest academy product

Shanosky's U-20 experience should help break into United set-up
DC's latest product

Tradition a heavy load for struggling United

Franchise looks toward future while still acknowledging its past
DC's burden of tradition

Last week, at the end of an ill-tempered training session under the scorching August sun, D.C. United goalkeeper Troy Perkins was asked about his team’s search for quality and consistency amid their persistent struggles.

Noting the stability which has benefited other clubs around the league, the veteran goalkeeper offered up a more philosophical perspective on United’s woeful status quo.

10 great moments in CONCACAF Champions League history

From DC in '98 to LA in '10, we take a look back
CCL: 10 great moments

MLSsoccer.com's David Agrell looks back through the years of the CONCACAF Champions League and its predecessor – the CONCACAF Champions' Cup – and offers up 10 great moments in the tournament's storied history.

D.C. United are first for MLS

POLL: Which former Academy player will have the biggest impact on D.C. United in the next three years?

POLL: Which former Academy player will have the biggest impact?
Academy to MLS Star?

D.C. United starting 11 vs AC Milan - April 28, 2010

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D.C. United now has four players that participated in the club's Academy
system before joining the first team - Bill Hamid, Andy Najar, Jordan Graye,
and Conor Shanosky.

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