The hard part is watching the film. The easy part is getting back out on the practice field.
D.C. United returned to work Tuesday, focused on turning the page from Sunday’s defeat at New York, a task made easier by the impending arrival of reigning MLS Cup champions Los Angeles Galaxy on Saturday (CSN, 7).
“The important part now is to put that behind us and move forward against, obviously, a very good team in L.A.,” United Head Coach Ben Olsen said.
D.C. United will host one of its biggest home matches of the 2015 season on Saturday, March 28, when the reigning MLS Cup champion Los Angeles Galaxy come to town. While the Black-and-Red will be primed to give their all on the field, United is teaming up with the Galaxy and one of its players from the Washington-area, A.J. DeLaGarza, for a special donation drive in Lot 8 and other activities in honor of the DeLaGarza family’s courageous off-the-field battle last season.
D.C. United (1-1-0, 3 points) suffered its first loss of the 2015 MLS regular season, dropping a 2-0 decision at Red Bull Arena in the home opener for the New York Red Bulls (1-0-1, 4 points).
It's D.C. United’s much-anticipated return to Red Bull Arena for the first meeting of 2015 with the New York Red Bulls.
Here are the basics for tomorrow's rivalry matchup:
D.C. United has announced that the Club will loan four players to the Richmond Kickers this season as part of the two clubs’ affiliation agreement.
It’s been on their minds for four months. So what’s an extra week?
D.C. United has been looking forward to another shot at the New York Red Bulls from the moment the final whistle blew in the 2014 Eastern Conference quarterfinals in November. After the earliest of 2015 bye weeks for both teams, they’ll finally have their chance (Sunday, 5, ESPN2).
On Thursday, March 12, D.C. United midfielder Davy Arnaud took part in the Fairfax 2015 World Police & Fire Games draft party at the Hyatt Regency in Reston Town Center. As a representative of both D.C.
Chris Rolfe started his second campaign with D.C. United where he left off in his first, setting up the lone goal in the Black-and-Red’s season-opening 1-0 victory over the Montreal Impact. He did so having left behind the arm brace that had been a part of his daily wardrobe since his left forearm fracture last fall.