Moreno relaxed, reflective at the end of D.C. United career

Saturday's match against Toronto FC will be his last as DC player
Moreno on his swan song

Jaime Moreno

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Jaime Moreno hasn’t played quite as many minutes as he’d have liked this year, but his face is cropping up everywhere in the lead-up to D.C. United’s season finale this Saturday. It will be his last match in the Black-and-Red uniform he’s worn for most of the past 15 years.

FIFA members caught in bribe scandal suspended by Ethics Committee

FIFA acts to protect the integrity of World Cup bidding process
FIFA members suspended

FIFA announced on Wednesday afternoon that the two members of the FIFA Executive Committee recently caught in a bribery sting have been provisionally suspended.

Jakovic a fixture for both United and Canadian team

Defender a regular call-up for Hart's bunch ahead of Gold Cup
Jakovic a regular for CAN

WASHINGTON --- D.C. United coach Ben Olsen was stunned to see a familiar face as he walked into his team’s RFK Stadium locker room in the moments leading up to their most recent home game, a 2-0 loss to San Jose on Oct. 9.

That face? Defender Dejan Jakovic, who was supposed to be absent due to his participation in Canada’s international friendly against Ukraine on the previous day, half a world away from RFK.

“Benny was surprised to see me,” Jakovic said later. “He was like, ‘What are you doing here?’”

Jaime Moreno exclusive interview - Part 1

Jaime Moreno discusses his amazing career - Part 1
Exclusive Interview

Jaime Moreno invited us into his home and to sit down for a candid interview.  We spoke about his original decision to come to Major League Soccer, his legendary accomplishments with the Black-and-Red and the glory days of D.C. United.

Part 4: Louise Moreno

Part 3: Meet the Morenos

Ultimate Fan Contest Winner

Joanne B is the winner of our 2010 Ultimate Fan Contest
United's Ultimate Fan

Congratulations to Joanne B of Arlington, VA on winning the our Ultimate Fan contest!

In addition to being a member of Barra Brava and a season ticket holder, you can see from above she is a snappy dresser. As the video below proves, she also hangs out with one of United's other ultimate fans.

Capital Construction: The Expansion draft

Questions linger over United's player protection going into 2011
DC's expansion questions

WASHINGTON — The MLS Cup Playoffs kick off in a matter of days. But after Saturday’s season finale against Toronto FC, the next competitive action for D.C. United will be in the more abstract realm of the expansion draft on Nov. 24, when the club will try to hang onto their best building blocks for 2011. 

United have been stripped of talent in nearly every expansion draft, with important players like John Maessner and Brian Carroll plucked away. Even current assistant coach Kris Kelderman was picked up by the Miami Fusion in 1997 at DC’s expense. 

Ben Olsen on Jaime Moreno

United's interim head coach discusses his longtime teammate and friend
Ben Olsen on Moreno

Interim head coach, Ben Olsen on his relationship with Jaime Moreno as a teammate and then as his coach.

MLS Power Rankings: Week 29

Sounders vault to No. 2, and the Rapids get some love
Power Rankings: Week 29

There's good timing, and then there's Swiss timing. That's exactly what Blaise Nkufo and the Sounders seem to have heading into the final week of the season, and we're on full notice. Seattle are our No. 2 behind RSL this week, while the Rapids also reach new heights.

Monday Postgame: MLS playoffs set, McBride bids farewell

Breaking down MLS Week 29 and the race for the MLS Cup
Postgame: Playoffs set

Monday Postgame: Colorado battled for a win.

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NEw YORK — This week featured more spoilers than a Lost fan site, as out-of-contention teams made a big impact on the MLS playoff field, which is now officially filled with one week to play.

Also-rans killed the chances of the final team hoping for the postseason, and they spoiled golden opportunities for both conference leaders to clinch home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.

The spoiler act wasn’t limited to playoff implications either: A landmark streak was squelched out, a record bid denied, and a home finale ruined on a goal by … a goalkeeper.

Post-match quotes: D.C. United 0 - Chicago Fire 0

Quotes: DC at CHI



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