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Declaraciones: Colorado Rapids 1, D.C. United 0

Mira lo que dijeron los técnicos y jugadores después del partido
Declaraciones: DC y COL

Christian Castillo vs Colorado Rapids - May 15, 2010

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Director Técnico de D.C. United Curt Onalfo

Sobre el partido:
“Pensé que fue un gran juego, que era un juego muy reñido; hubo una falta cuestionable que llegó cerca de la portería, y nos ponen contra la pared. Así que ahora estamos persiguiendo el juego, lo que lo hace difícil para nosotros. Ellos hicieron un buen trabajo en la gestión del juego, pero para mí en general fue un partido muy parejo”.

Otra derrota para D.C. United

Los capitalinos cayeron por la mínima diferencia ante los Rapids
DC 0-1 Rapids

DC United

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WASHINGTON, D.C.- Nuevamente el D.C.

Highlights: D.C. United vs Colorado Rapids

Saturday, May 15 - DC 0, Colorado 1
Highlights: DC vs Colorad

Ballouchy strike earns Rapids first win in DC since 1999

Ballouchy strike earns Rapids first win in DC since 1999
RECAP: DC 0, Colorado 1

The Colorado Rapids finally killed off one of the longest-running streaks in MLS on Saturday night, ending their 11-year winless drought at RFK Stadium with a confident 1-0 victory over hapless D.C. United.

Mehdi Ballouchy’s 67th minute solo effort broke a 263-minute goalless streak for the Mile High Club and paved the way for a win that pushes cellar-dwelling United into even deeper misery.

VIDEO: Pickens stymies Allsopp

Saturday, May 15 - DC 0, Colorado 1
Pickens stymies Allsopp

VIDEO: Hamid's kick save to stop Cummings

Saturday, May 15 - DC 0, Colorado 1
Hamid's kick save

Previa Colorado: Emilio

El delantero habla sobre los Colorado Rapids
Previa Colorado: Emilio

"Gotta put in work"

Adam Cristman talks about the team's form and scoring chances
"Gotta put in work"

Julius James & Boyzzz Interview

Both United players discuss the team's recent form and preview the Rapids
Julius James & Boyzzz

D.C. stoking hard work, competition within squad

Rough start has prompted Onalfo to offer men more opportunities
Competition in D.C.

After Adam Cristman opened his D.C. United scoring account with two goals in a U.S. Open Cup play-in match against Dallas two weeks ago, he rightly received additional congratulations on account of the fact that his first child, a baby girl named Caroline, had entered the world a few days prior.

The wry 25-year-old was quick to allocate the real credit for that achievement, however.

“Actually, my wife had her,” he deadpanned. “It was impressive.”

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