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D.C. United ficha al mediocampista hondureño Andy Najar

Joven de 17 años es el segundo jugador en ser fichado al primer equipo de la Academia del club
D.C. United ficha Andy Na

Andy Najar

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Andrew Bell / Charleston Battery

D.C. United anunció hoy que el club ha fichado al mediocampista/delantero de la Academia, Andy Najar, a un contrato de Generación adidas con el primer equipo. El joven de 17 años es el segundo jugador en ser fichado directamente del sistema juvenil del club, uniéndose al portero Bill Hamid quien firmó contrato con United en septiembre del año pasado.

adidas Unveils Techfit Uniforms For 2010 MLS Season

Players Will Have Option to Wear Jerseys with TECHFIT Technology Built Into Uniform
adidas Unveils Techfit Un

adidas TECHFIT

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press.adidas.com

In preparation for the 2010 Major League Soccer
season, adidas has unveiled TECHFIT uniforms for three of the sixteen teams.  For the first time ever, members of
D.C. United, Chicago Fire and LA Galaxy will have the option of wearing adidas
TECHFIT PowerWeb uniforms on the pitch this season.

Until recently, TECHFIT PowerWeb has been more
commonly worn under a player’s uniform as compression apparel; but the new
adidas MLS uniforms offer TECHFIT built into the actual jersey giving players
the benefits of TECHFIT in a single layer. 

D.C. United waives midfielder John DiRaimondo

23-year old made only one League appearance for the Black-and-Red
Club waives John DiRaimon

D.C. United announced today the club has waived midfielder John DiRaimondo. The 23-year old made eight total appearances for the Black-and-Red during the 2009 season.

After being picked off waivers at the start of the 2009 season, DiRaimondo played and started one game in MLS play. In all competitions, the midfielder played in eight matches (five starts) for a total of 423 minutes.

D.C. United signs defender Lyle Adams

D.C. United signs defende

Lyle Adams - 2010 - preseason

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Tony Quinn/dcunited.com

Washington, D.C. (March 17, 2010) - D.C. United announced today the club has signed defender Lyle Adams to a developmental contract. The centerback joined United on trial at the beginning of the current preseason campaign, after being originally drafted by the club in the 2009 MLS SuperDraft.

“We’re excited to sign Lyle after identifying him at last year’s draft as a player that could help us,” said United General Manager Dave Kasper. “He is a young player with good potential, who will add quality depth to our backline. We look forward to his contributions to the club.”

Young keeper Hamid climbing the ladder for D.C.

Homegrown product looks to climb depth chart for United
Hamid climbs D.C. ladder

Field players can rise from the bench to earn
confidence-building match cameos. But a netminder’s complex responsibilities --
leadership, organization, focus -- typically take years to master and in a
position where security and continuity are vital to results, opportunities for
substitute appearances come few and far between.

D.C. native Wale to perform before D.C. United’s home opener

Wale to perform at opener

Washington, D.C. (March 12, 2010) - D.C. United announced today hip-hop artist and DC native Wale will perform before its home opener on Saturday, April 3 when the team takes on the New England Revolution at RFK Stadium. The performance kicks-off the club’s ‘It Takes More Concert Series,’ which will include pre-game performances by local bands and artists and an element to highlight local community organizations at every 2010 home game.

Podcast: Santino Quaranta

The veteran midfielder discusses preparing for the 2010 season
Podcast: Santino Quaranta

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United turn to Allsopp at forward

Groundbreaking Australian could offer different look up front
Aussie Allsopp an option

D.C. United striker Danny Allsopp has spent less than two weeks with his new team since joining the club's preseason workouts in Bradenton, Fla. on Feb. 11, which would traditionally make him a target for locker-room pranksters looking to enliven the confined, often-monotonous routines of training camp.

"Not yet," he chuckled when asked about such hijinks late last week. "I'm keeping my head down and keeping a low profile, waiting for something."

Pontius back with DC after US call-up

The versatile attacker was called in to two winter camps
Pontius back with DC afte

Thirteen months and two weeks ago, Chris Pontius entered the professional ranks as a first-round SuperDraft selection for D.C. United. Forty matches, 31 starts, eight goals, six assists and two U.S. national team call-ups later, the Cal-Santa Barbara graduate has officially begun his second MLS season, having rejoined his United teammates this week after a second stint with the U.S. squad leading up to last week's international friendly against El Salvador.

D.C. United deja en libertad a Milos Kocic

D.C. United deja en liber

Washington, D.C. (18 de febrero de 2010) - D.C. United anunció hoy que el club ha dejado en libertad al portero Milos Kocic. El guardameta fue seleccionado por United en el MLS SuperDraft 2009 y alineó de titular en tres ocasiones la temporada pasada.

“Queremos agradercerle a Milos por sus contribuciones al D.C. United y le deseamos muchísima suerte en el futuro”, dijo el gerente general de United, Dave Kasper.

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