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Quaranta adjusting to new role for United

Veteran still seeks ideal position for in-flux DC
Quaranta adjusts to role

Santino Quaranta

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The fluidity and effectiveness of D.C. United’s front line
has led to many automotive comparisons over the years, with playmakers like
Marco Etcheverry and Christian Gómez habitually described as drivers nimbly wielding
“the keys to the attack.”

With two goals in three matches, this year’s offensive
machine is sputtering, to say the least, with stalls and misfires suggesting
that some fine-tuning is needed. Santino Quaranta is the latest man to accept
the responsibility of a central creative role and his move into the middle has
been a bumpy ride thus far.

Highlights: D.C. United at Philadelphia Union

Saturday, April 10, 2010: Union 3 - United 2
Highlights: United at Uni

Highlight: Santino Quaranta's Goal

United's midfielder pulls one back in the 63rd minute
63' - Quaranta's Goal

Union 3 - United 2

Le Toux hat trick helps Union hold off D.C. in Philly debut
RECAP: Union 3 - United 2

Sébastian Le Toux scored a hat trick and the
Philadelphia Union brought soccer back to the City of Brotherly Love in style
on Saturday. The expansion side held off D.C. United 3-2 in front of a crowd of
34,870 in their home debut at Lincoln Financial Field.

Philly struck first with early pressure from the wings. In the
fifth minute, Roger Torres swung the ball in towards the near post for Le Toux,
who calmly slotted it home for the 1-0 lead.

Frustrations mount as D.C. United lose again

Black-and-Red lose third straight as rally is overcome
Frustration for DC

Curt Onalfo is a dyed-in-the-wool optimist, and proud of it.

A cancer survivor, D.C. United’s head coach has overcome a
number of daunting obstacles in his personal and professional life, and he’s
not about to change that approach, even in the wake of a dispiriting 3-2
setback to Philadelphia Union on Saturday night, his team’s third straight loss
of the young season.

United cae en el primer partido local del Philadelphia Union

El Union venció 3-2 a D.C. United
United cae en Philly

Fue un triunfo histórico para el Philadelphia Union.  No sólo fue su primero en casa, sino también lo consiguió gracias a una excelente actuación de Sebastian Le Toux quien se mandó tres golazos en los minutos 9, 40 y 79, respectivamente.

Desde muy tempranas horas de la tarde, el Lincoln Financial Field fue abarrotado por una gran multitud de aficionados que se dio cita al primer encuentro en casa para el Philadelphia Union, viviendo una experiencia única con los famosos “Sons of Bens” acompañando con cánticos en todo momento a su equipo.

Devon McTavish - Philadelphia Union Preview

The defender discusses the team's attitude going into Philly
Devon McTavish

D.C. United Defender/Midfielder, Devon McTavish looks ahead to United's big match with Philadelphia this Saturday.

Troy Perkins - Philadelphia Union Preview

United's goalkeeper talks about preparing for Philadelphia
Troy Perkins

D.C. United Goalkeeper, Troy Perkins looks ahead to United's big match with Philadelphia this Saturday.

Jaime Moreno habla del Philadelphia Union

Sábado, 10 de abril de 2010 - 6:00 PM
Previa: Jaime Moreno

El capitán de D.C. United, Jaime Moreno habla sobre el partido ante el Philadelphia Union este sábado, 10 de abril.

Philly Union make home debut vs. Eastern rivals D.C.

Saturday, April 10 at 6:00 PM
Preview: United vs Union

What’s At Stake?

The Union will host their first ever home game at Lincoln Financial Field and will welcome rivals D.C. United to town. Both clubs are pointless so far this season -- when it’s all said and done, that will change. Moving out of the Eastern Conference cellar is also a plus.

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