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Top 10: Moreno's greatest moments

DC emblem has had a memorable, record-setting MLS career
Moreno's Top 10 Moments

1. MLS CUP GOALS: Two of the four D.C. United MLS Cup championships carry the signature of Moreno. He sported bleached blond hair when he tallied his team’s first goal in the 37th minute of 1997 MLS Cup at rainy RFK Stadium. He was also the first on the score sheet at the 1999 MLS Cup as DC beat rivals LA Galaxy 2-0 for their third title.

Commentary: Moreno’s impact will be felt for years

Bolivian forward will leave behind a legacy at D.C. United
Comment: Moreno’s impact

Let’s get one thing straight: Jaime Moreno is not done. Yes, he announced that this will be his last season with D.C. United. And yes, his minutes and production—just one goal this season and only five starts—have diminished as his 36-year-old legs have slowly given way to time.

Moreno se va agradecido de D.C. United, pero no renuncia al fútbol

Su salida del club no significa un adiós definitivo al deporte
Moreno agradecido con DC

Jaime Moreno

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WASHINGTON— D.C. United y el goleador boliviano Jaime Moreno anunciaron que la temporada de 2010 será la última del delantero con el equipo capitalino, con el que ha jugado prácticamente toda su carrera en la MLS desde la fundación del club en 1996.


“Después de reunirme con los directivos del club y conocer que no estoy en sus planes a partir de 2011 he decidido explorar otras opciones para continuar mi carrera”, dijo Moreno.


Pionero de la MLS y mayor goleador de la historia de la liga con 132 goles, Moreno es el único jugador en ganar con el D.C.

Jaime Moreno announces 2010 will be final season with D.C. United

Moreno, Payne, Olsen & Kasper comment on forward’s impending departure
2010 Moreno's finale

Jaime Moreno celebrates

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Washington, D.C. (August 12, 2010) – D.C. United and Jaime Moreno announced today 2010 will be the forward’s final year with D.C. United. Having joined United during the team’s inaugural season, he has had a hand in every major trophy captured by D.C.

As scoring woes mount, United look for answers

DC threatening to break league's record for scoring futility
United in scoring drought

Dry spells in front of goal will inevitably befall most teams at one point or another. But D.C. United’s scoring woes have grown to such drastic proportions that they have completely overshadowed the positive repercussions from last week’s coaching change, and essentially left the team unable to move forward on other fronts.

United have netted just two goals in their last seven league matches, and with 12 tallies overall, they look likely to smash the MLS record for fewest goals in a season (25 by Toronto FC in 2007) unless a dramatic reversal of fortune can be engineered.

Learning through difficulty

Terrible chapter does not close the book
Learning through difficul

Ryan Nelsen

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In 2001, D.C. United had a very bad season. The three-time MLS Cup Champions posted a record of eight wins, 16 losses and two ties. That was bad enough for a franchise low 26 points in the League standings. Yuck.

New-look Brazil roll US 2-0 at New Meadowlands

Pato, Neymar lead young side as Seleção continue mastery of USA
Recap: BRA 2, USA 0

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Brazilian youngsters Neymar and Alexandre Pato scored first-half goals as Brazil defeated the United States 2-0 at the New Meadowlands Stadium on Tuesday night in the first match for both nations since the 2010 World Cup.

The 18-year-old Neymar scored his first international goal on his debut for Brazil and proved one of the highlights of a young, new-look Brazilian squad which put on a flashy but efficient display.

Commentary: If Bradley's era ends, US could change, too

Celebrated and criticized equally, Bradley's future still unclear
Commentary: Bradley's era

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Only time will tell if Tuesday night’s 2-0 loss to Brazil was, in fact, the swan song of a curious career at the helm of the US National Team for Bob Bradley.

Maligned for his mistakes as much as he was celebrated for his successes, Bradley was often laid bare in front of an increasingly savvy American soccer audience finally qualified to hold their top man accountable for everything.

Bradley to proceed as if he's still on the job

After Brazil loss, US coach gives no clues as to his future
Bradley still mum on US

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Speculation says Tuesday's match against Brazil could have been the last as a US manager for Bob Bradley, whose contract expires in December.

Discussions between Bradley and the US Soccer Federation will resume in the aftermath of the match, but the manager says his coaching staff is already planning for the upcoming exhibition matches.

“I’ll be thinking later tonight about those games,” Bradley said after the 2-0 loss to Brazil. “While I’m on the job with the staff that we have, we’re constantly working to look forward to the next game.”

USA-Brazil player ratings: Few bright spots

Guzan comes up big in 2nd half to deny runaway victory
USA-BRA player ratings

Marks are in for the US National Team's 2-0 friendly loss to a green Brazil side on Tuesday night, and they aren't too kind.

The Americans came out of the gate flying, offering hope that their habit of slow starts had been cured. However, this time it was the rest of the game that was the problem.

The US offered more and more space for the Samba Kings to dance around. Eventually, they'd be flattered by the final margin, largely thanks to a monster second-half display from Aston Villa keeper Brad Guzan.

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