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02 April 12:38 pm

D.C. United Head Coach Ben Olsen was on Elliot in the Morning, well, this morning. The conversation started off on the topic of draining blood from under your toenails, but moved to D.C. United's spirit in the locker room and performance on the pitch. Check out the great interview for yourselves.

D.C. United acquires forward Chris Rolfe

Allocation funds traded to Chicago for veteran attacking player
Chris Rolfe acquired by DCU

Chris Rolfe - chicago

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Chris Rolfe

D.C. United to hold open training in Northwest D.C. on April 7

Black-and-Red First Team to train at Cardozo Education Campus, admission free
DCU to hold open training

WEATHER ALERT

Due to weather concerns, today's open practice will be postponed. Look for more details soon on dcunited.com

The Weekly Rundown: March 31, 2014

Molly Bruh keeps you updated with all things DCU this week, check it out!
The Weekly Rundown
  • Camps & elite Training Programs start next week. Register at dcunited.com/camps
  • D.C. United is hosting an Open Practice at Cardoza High School next Monday from 3:30-5:00, come one, come all!

Match Analysis with Chad Ashton: D.C. United vs Chicago Fire - March 29, 2014

Assistant Coach Chad Ashton breaks down last night's match vs Chicago
Match Analysis: DCU vs CHI

Measurable progress—that’s what we saw last night at RFK when D.C. United tied the Chicago Fire 2-2.

“We looked a lot better. A lot more dangerous in terms of the attack,” said Assistant Coach Chad Ashton. “I think we got more people involved. We had a better balance. We weren’t so direct.”

With the majority of the possession, United kept calm in tight spaces, stayed patient and trusted each other on the ball.

March 29: DCU vs. CHI in review

"We have got to find a way to get the three points," Perry Kitchen
March 29: DCU vs. CHI in review

March 29 Key Stats: DCU vs. CHI

Perry Kitchen shines as DCU shows improvements in the final third
Key Stats: DCU vs. CHI

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March 29: Post-Match Quotes

"I think every game has gotten better for us." Perry Kitchen
Post-Match Quotes

Ben Olsen

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Ben Olsen – Head Coach, D.C. United

Thoughts on D.C. United players:
I thought Fabi trusted his teammates more than he did last game playing and moved well. I thought Eddie was a threat all night long up top. I thought Perry was fantastic and I thought Davy Arnaud, in particular, gave us a real bite and a real energy in the amount of second balls and breaks he started. You know, still stuff to work on with our backs, we should win games that we score two goals in.

March 29 Recap: D.C. United 2 - Chicago Fire 2

"I feel like we should have walked out of here with a win." Ben Olsen
Recap: DCU 2 - CHI 2

Perry Kitchen goal celebration 2014

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D.C. United took the field on Saturday afternoon at RFK Stadium in search of their first victory in seven months. And for a while, it looked like they might just get it.

The Chicago Fire, however, had other plans.

Fire forward Quincy Amarikwa’s 82nd-minute equalizer denied United what would’ve been a precious victory, earning the Fire a 2-2 draw in front of 9,445 rain-soaked fans at RFK Stadium.

March 29 Highlights: D.C. United 2 - Chicago Fire 2

The Black-and-Red earns its first point with goals from Perry Kitchen and Fabián Espíndola
Highlights: DCU 2 - CHI 2
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