Team

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
HIGHLIGHTS: DC vs CHI

VIDEO: Perkins stretches to save John's chip

Saturday, April 17, 2010: United 0 - Fire 2
Perkins save against John

Pappa, McBride push Fire past D.C.

Recap: DCU - Chicago

The Chicago Fire snatched their first victory of the season with an assured 2-0 win over a dreary-looking D.C. United side at RFK Stadium on Saturday night, with late goals from Marco Pappa and substitute Brian McBride securing all three points in a battle of early-season strugglers.

United saw plenty of possession but once again looked hesitant and confused in and around the Fire goal, while several of their defensive errors went unpunished before Pappa’s composed strike turned the match Chicago’s way in the 80th minute.

United have no answers during dismal start

Veteran Moreno admits: 'I’ve never felt this way'
D.C. have no answers

RFK Stadium’s home locker room was full of bleary eyes, distant stares and bewildered shrugs on Saturday night.

A 2-0 loss to the Chicago Fire left a downcast D.C. United side contemplating a four-game losing skid that has matched the club record for worst-ever start to the season, and wondering if they’re even giving the fans what they deserve.

“That wasn’t attractive for anybody,” said a dejected Santino Quaranta. “People are paying good money to see that – we’ve got to get better.”

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