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Nuevo entrenador, misma historia para el United

Revs vencen 1-0 a D.C. en debut de Ben Olsen como DT capitalino
Nuevo DT, misma historia

El debut de Ben Olsen como técnico del D.C. United fue muy
parecido a casi todos los partidos de su antecesor, el recientemente despedido
Curt Onalfo: mucha garra y ganas, pero poco fútbol, sobre todo en la parte
ofensiva.

Por ende, el resultado de este sábado en el Estadio Gillette
frente al Revolution – un triunfo por la cuenta mínima de los dueños de casa –
fue el esperado para un equipo que continúa en el fondo de la Conferencia Este
y de la MLS en general, con apenas 12 puntos.

New England ready for reinvigorated D.C. United

Nicol says Revs must shut down DC squad with something to prove
Revs expect driven DC

When D.C. United dismissed Curt Onalfo on Wednesday morning, the New England Revolution knew their task would change on Saturday night.

Instead of hosting a United side reeling from their lost season, the Revolution will likely confront a reinvigorated group now led by interim coach Ben Olsen.

The altered reality will force New England to match United's intensity level in the early stages of the contest in order to avoid suffering any repercussions from the switch, according to Revolution boss Steve Nicol.

DC hope for new attitude immediately under Olsen

United now know no one is safe after Onalfo firing, must respond
New DC era begins now

WASHINGTON – D.C. United kick off a new era under interim head coach Ben Olsen at New England this weekend, and if there’s an overarching theme, it’s this: No one is safe.

Whether playing for pride, proving their professionalism or merely auditioning to save their jobs, everyone on the United roster has reason to approach the final stretch of the season with newfound resolve.

SJ, DC pull off trades for defenders Ward, Zayner

Quakes pick up Chicago’s Ward, United snag Crew’s Zayner
SJ, DC pull off trades

Jed Zayner

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A flurry of player activity on Friday afternoon saw two sides looking for defensive help address their needs.

The San Jose Earthquakes acquired former US U-20 international Tim Ward from the Chicago Fire in exchange for a conditional pick in the 2011 SuperDraft. In another deal, D.C. United have acquired Columbus Crew defender Jed Zayner and a fourth-round 2011 SuperDraft pick in exchange for a 2012 second-round SuperDraft pick.

D.C. United ficha a Jed Zayner

El defensor llega proveniente del Columbus Crew
Zayner a D.C.

Jed Zayner

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D.C. United anunció hoy que el club ha fichado al defensor Jed Zayner y recibe una selección de cuarta ronda del MLS SuperDraft 2011 del Columbus Crew a cambio de una selección de segunda ronda del SuperDraft 2012.


“Estamos contentos haber adquirido a Jed”, dijo el gerente general de United, Dave Kasper. “Es in zaguero atlético y trabajador quien nos proveerá profundidad. Nos entusiasma que se una a los entrenamientos del equipo”.


En lo que va del 2010 Zayner ha tenido ocho presentaciones (tres como titular) para Columbus.

Olsen ready for first match as United head coach

DC legend Jaime Moreno says he expects Olsen to do good things
Olsen has a plan for DC

Three guests waited for D.C. United interim head coach Ben
Olsen as he ambled across the RFK Stadium auxiliary field at the close of
Thursday’s United practice. Two were members of the media, but the third was
former Georgetown University coach Keith Tabatznik, a Washington-area soccer
luminary who had dropped in to watch the session and wish Olsen luck in his new
assignment.

“Stranger than fiction,” cracked Olsen as he chatted with Tabatznik
about United’s coaching change.

United arranca la era Olsen frente a los Revs

El DT interino del D.C. United asume su nuevo reto
Inicia la era Olsen

Ben Olsen

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WASHINGTON— Puede que el D.C.

D.C. United acquires defender Jed Zayner

25-year-old defender acquired from the Crew
Zayner acquired

Washington, D.C. (August 6, 2010) - D.C. United today announced the club has acquired defender Jed Zayner from the Columbus Crew in return for a 2012 second round MLS SuperDraft selection. In addition, United will receive Columbus’ 2011 fourth round SuperDraft selection in the deal.

“We are pleased to have concluded a trade for Jed,” said United General Manager Dave Kasper. “He is a hard working, athletic defender who will be a solid addition to our backline. We are excited to have Jed as a member of our club.”

Poll: Which team will most likely make the playoffs?

Eight MLS teams currently sit just outside the playoff picture
Who will sneak in?

With a little more than half of the regular MLS season remaining, it's not to early to start looking at the playoff picture.

Mission One: ‘Win the next game’

Five storylines as United looks to secure three points on Saturday
Five storylines for Sat

You’ve heard the reasons behind the decision to make a mid-season coaching change and you’ve heard the reasons why Ben Olsen was the man who needed to be placed at the helm. You’ve heard the mission statement from D.C. United. You’ve listened to everything and still you know that seeing is believing. So, will you see a win on Saturday for D.C. United? Here are some things to consider prior to the match.

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