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.

Remember When?

More than 1,000 D.C. fans set to invade Philly

Largest-ever traveling United contingent to make trip up I-95
D.C. fans travel en masse

Saturday marks the first-ever home match in the history of the Philadelphia Union -- a celebration of the return of professional soccer to Philadelphia.

But D.C. United’s fans are bent on crashing this party. The largest-ever D.C. United traveling fan contingent will be invading Lincoln Financial Field as their beloved Black-and-Red take on the expansion Union.

Top of the 18 - Bill Hamid

18 questions for United's rookie goalkeeper
Top of the 18's, Tony Limarzi quizzes D.C. United goalkeeper, Bill Hamid with a series of questions in another installment of "Top of the 18".

Curt Onalfo Interview - Week 3

The head coach talks about staying positive after two losses
Curt Onalfo's Tony Limarzi talks to D.C. United Head Coach, Curt Onalfo about the tough home opening loss and how United is taking a positive mental approach heading into their big game with Philadelphia Union.

Fred espera a D.C. United en Philadelphia

El brasileño jugará esta temporada como volante creativo en Philadelphia Union
La Tribuna del D.C. Unite

Positively Room for Improvement

A decent performance from D.C. this weekend, but the team is frustrated
Room for Improvement

For some teams in Major League Soccer, clear improvement from Week 1 to Week 2 would have been enough to please the coaches, players, and fans. But not for D.C. United. For D.C., the improvement was expected and it was important, but with back-to-back losses to begin the season, the thing that matters most is the bottom line. There are no moral victories, and the coaches, players, and especially the fans are starting to get a little cranky. Rightly so.

United try to pick up pieces after opening losses

Veteran Carey Talley wants to see more work and intensity
United pick up pieces

Carey Talley, Curt Onalfo, D.C. United

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The weeks before the season starts usually bubble with
optimism. Tickets are sold, offseason acquisitions are trumpeted, returning
players express their intentions to improve on past performances. There’s
potential all around, and universal eagerness to dive back into the game after
the long winter layoff.

Injury has D.C.'s Namoff stuck in holding pattern

United veteran dealing with slow recovery from whiplash
Namoff forced to wait

Bryan Namoff

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Tradition is a big deal at D.C. United. The word is savored
by fans, routinely falls from the lips of club officials and even adorns the
back collar of the team’s jerseys.

Voces: Curt Onalfo habla del partido vs New England

Sábado, 3 de abril, 2010
VIDEO: Curt Onalfo

El Técnico de D.C. United, Curt Onalfo habla sobre el partido ante el New England Revolution

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