"Man Up"

A Challenge for Onalfo and a Challenge from Onalfo
"Man Up"

Curt Onalfo is a self-proclaimed optimist. He is also a careful observer of the game and a smart person. He knows that something is not working right now for D.C. United. Coach Onalfo has stood behind his players and continues to do so. He emphatically believes that the players currently on the roster are capable of much more than they have shown through the early portion of the season. Yet finding the right way to put the players into positions where they can perform ay their best is not an easy challenge. Onalfo is committed to success and is working to solve that tricky problem.

Perkins struggling under high expectations in D.C.

Keeper's return to United hasn't gone well as team has floundered
Perkins' rough go in D.C.

Troy Perkins commenced his professional
career on a meteoric trajectory from undrafted rookie reservist to MLS
Goalkeeper of the Year in less than 36 months, with a move to test himself on
the European stage a year later and entrance into the U.S. national team
goalkeepers’ pool another 12 months after that.  

Monday Hangover: Winless is a relative term

Why cellar dwellers D.C. and Dallas are not the same
'Winless' a relative term

Schellas Hyndman

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Buddle scored and the LA Galaxy are ... oh, forget it. We know the
deal in Lalaland right now. Buddle is on pace to score 52.5 goals this
season, and the undefeated Galaxy are atop the standings.

I’d rather look at the opposite end of things.

teams in MLS remain without a win this season. One “feels like a team
on the cusp of something very, very good,” as one blogger wrote. The
other one has supporters who see a business trip as respite from the

Voces: Onalfo

El DT habla sobre el partido contra Chicago
Voces: Onalfo

Voces: Morsink

El volante habla sobre la derrota frente al Fire
Voces: Morsink

VIDEO: Devon McTavish discusses the match against Chicago Fire

The veteran defender talks reflects on a fourth straight loss
McTavish: Post-match Q&A

D.C. United Defender/Midfielder, Devon McTavish talks about the tough loss against the Chicago Fire.

VIDEO: Post-match press conference with Curt Onalfo

Comments from the head coach after the loss to Chicago Fire on April 17, 2010
Onalfo: Post-match Q&A

D.C. United head coach, Curt Onalfo answers the media's questions after the loss to Chicago Fire.

D.C.'s Simms counting down days to return

United's 'iron man' laments dearth of key vets in D.C.'s lineup
D.C.'s Simms eyes return

Clyde Simms

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D.C. United’s schedule is
open this weekend, and the resulting two-week break from league play is
probably the best thing that’s happened to the struggling squad thus
far this season.

Owners of the worst record (0-4), lowest point total
(0) and worst goal differential (-9) in MLS, United have no shortage of
issues to address and wounds to heal, both physical and psychological.
The club’s substantial injury list grew even longer with Monday’s news
that attacker Chris Pontius will miss about a month of action due to a
torn hamstring.

El Fire se prende y el United se hunde aún más

Chicago se impuso 2-0 a D.C. con goles de Pappa y McBride
Jornada 4 MLS

Si bien la temporada 2010 recién comienza, ya que estamos apenas en la cuarta fecha, ya se disputan partidos de los denomiados claves, los que se tienen que ganar sí o sí. Justamente esa era la consigna del D.C. United y el Chicago Fire la noche del sábado en el Estadio RFK, donde ambos equipos buscaban desesperadamente un triunfo que les permitiera tomar aire y abandonar la parte baja de la tabla.

Highlights: D.C. United vs Chicago Fire

Saturday, April 17, 2010: United 0 - Fire 2
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