Newsstand - July 31, 2014

Washington Post: D.C. news in brief

Washington Post: D.C. United handles Toronto, 3-0, for fourth straight win

Washington Post (blog): D.C. United 3, Toronto FC 0: story, video

Comcast SportsNet Washington (blog)D.C. United strikes early, notches 3-0 win over Toronto FC

CBS LocalD.C. United Blanks Toronto FC

FOXSports.comMLS Roundup: D.C. United thumps Toronto FC, Revs end eight-game losing streak

Associated Press: Hamid leads shutout over Toronto FC


Bleacher Report Winners and Losers from Wednesday's MLS Action DC United close the gap

Goal USA: D.C. United stays hot with fourth straight win

Columbus DispatchAround Major League Soccer: Bill Hamid makes eight saves in United victory

THE CANADIAN PRESSHamid makes saves 8 saves, DC United beats Toronto FC 3-0

Screaming Eagles: Four In A Row Leaves RFK Rocking MLS Review: DC close on Sporting, Red Bulls hold RSL

District Sports Page: D.C. United Game 20 Recap: United romp past Toronto to continue streak

Dynamo Theory (blog)MLS Fantasy: Matches, Matches, and more Matches LA Galaxy trade Kofi Opare for no. 3 spot in Allocation Ranking Toronto FC coach Ryan Nelsen calls effort in loss to DC United "just absolutely not good enough" DC United 3, Toronto FC 0 | MLS Match Recap

Black And Red UnitedD.C. United shuts out Toronto 3-0

Black And Red UnitedA Future Walk to the DCU Stadium at Buzzard Point

D.C. United: GOAL: Eddie Johnson makes it 1-0 with a perfectly-placed header

D.C. United: GOAL: Chris Rolfe makes it 2-0

D.C. United: GOAL: Nick DeLeon goes to work in the box, Nick Hagglund heads it in

D.C. United: July 30 Recap: D.C. United 3 - Toronto FC 0

D.C. United: July 30 Highlights: D.C. United 3 - Toronto FC 1

D.C. United: Post-Match Quotes: July 30, 2014