On a day that D.C. United honored members of its 2004 MLS Cup-winning side -- the last United team to win the league title -- the club's current incarnation made a statement about its intentions to end that decade long drought.
D.C. United 2004 MLS Cup Reunion: Memorable Moments
D.C. United 2004 MLS Cup Reunion: Coming Together
Aiming to continue its run atop the Eastern Conference, D.C. United returns home to shift its focus to storied rival New York Red Bulls. Despite besting Sporting Kansas City 3-0 last weekend at Sporting Park, D.C. United is hungry after dropping a midweek match at StubHub Center to a hot Los Angeles Galaxy side, 4-1.
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In this week's issue, check out a feature on D.C. United's 2004.
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D.C. UNITED HEAD COACH BEN OLSEN
On the team’s first half performance:
“I will take this one. For this match, I think we had too many guys have a poor night, and I had a poor night. If you add that up against the LA Galaxy, and you’re down one-zero in the first couple of minutes, you’re in for a long night.
On the comparisons between this game and the game against Real Salt Lake: