Progress in the US Open Cup has offered D.C. United a welcome dose of success amidst a difficult league campaign this year. But the squad had to move on quickly from Wednesday night’s USOC round-of-16 victory over the Richmond Kickers, training early the next morning before jetting off to the West Coast in advance of Saturday’s meeting with the San Jose Earthquakes.
And the first of back-to-back road matches should reveal plenty about United’s midsummer prospects.
Adam Cristman and Dejan Jakovic discuss Saturday's road match in San Jose, CA. This will be United's second of three-straight League road matches.
Técnico de D.C. United, Curt Onalfo habla sobre el partido vs San Jose Earthquakes.
Exclusive highlights from United's 2-0 win vs the Richmond Kickers in the U.S. Open Cup, Round of 16. Jaime Moreno scored his 13th U.S. Open Cup goal and Santino Quaranta added another goal for the Black-and-Red.
WASHINGTON – El D.C. United anunció que ha dejado en libertad al mediocampista Christian Castillo. El volante salvadoreño hizo diez presentaciones de liga para los rojinegros, ocho como titular. En total, sumó 691 minutos en la cancha, sin goles en juegos de la MLS.
“Queremos agradecer a Christian por su tiempo con D.C. United y le deseamos mucha suerte en el futuro”, dijo el gerente general del United, Dave Kasper.
El delantero de D.C. United, Luciano Emilio habla sobre el partido contra el Richmond Kickers.
Clyde Simms and Danny Allsopp discuss United's U.S. Open Cup match vs the Richmond Kickers.
D.C. United vs Richmond Kickers
Wednesday, June 30 - 7:30 PM
George Mason University Stadium
Washington, D.C. (June 29, 2010) − D.C. United announced today the club has released midfielder Christian Castillo. The 25-year-old made ten League appearances for the Black-and-Red during the 2010 season, starting eight of those matches. In total, the Salvadoran winger registered 691 minutes on the pitch with zero goals scored in MLS play.
“We would like to thank Christian for his time at D.C. United, and we wish him the best of luck in his playing career,” said United General Manager Dave Kasper.