#bennyball Radio #6, Ben Olsen Suspension and More

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Editor’s Note: LWOS is happy to bring you #Bennyball Radio, introducing a new podcast to our stable of radio shows. Bennyball is focused on covering all things D.C. United, and brings you insight into the goings on with the club, the academy, and the action on and off the field each week.  We hope you […] READ MORE


D.C. United Home Opener Ends in 1-1 Draw with Rapids

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The D.C. United home opener saw the lowly Colorado Rapids come to the nation’s capital for a battle that many deemed a terrible candidate for a nationally televised Major League Soccer match. Before the match news broke that U.S. Men’s National Team goalkeeper Tim Howard would be joining the Rapids later this year, ending the […] READ MORE



CCL: D.C. United's 2-Goal Hole after Queretaro

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D.C. United’s year opened up with the first knockout-round match in CONCACF Champions League action. Unfortunately, Queretaro was able to capitalize twice against the run of play. A club that has struggled to create chances in recent years, offseason roster additions seem to have targeted that concern for United. With a little bit more time […] READ MORE


Many Questions for D.C. United in 2016

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As D.C. United prepare to take on LigaMX’s Queretaro FC in CONCACAF Champion’s League action, the 2016 Major League Soccer season is also right around the corner. Should United advance to the CCL semifinals, they can certainly be proud to have performed at the highest levels of CONCACAF. Still, there will be clear questions for […] READ MORE



Chris Pontius to Leave D.C. United for Philadelphia

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D.C. United has traded Chris Pontius to the Philadelphia Union to kick off what is already looking to be an eventful off-season in Major League Soccer. Pontius was the seventh pick in the 2009 MLS Draft out of U.C. Santa Barbara. He quickly became a fan-favorite and one of the roster’s most promising attacking talents. […] READ MORE


D.C.’s Birnbaum-Opare A Bright Spot in Playoff Loss to Red Bulls

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The first leg of the Eastern Conference Semifinal between D.C. United and the New York Red Bulls saw the home team fall 1-0 at RFK stadium. Despite being thoroughly outplayed in the midfield by the Red Bulls and dominated in both shots and shots on goal, Bill Hamid singlehandedly kept the score line manageable heading […] READ MORE


Perry Kitchen and the Keys to Beating the Red Bulls

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D.C. United faces an admittedly tall task in the Eastern Conference Semifinals against their arch rivals the New York Red Bulls. If United want to move to the Eastern Conference Final (and eventually MLS Cup) one player, more than any other, must perform to his peak ability over a grueling five-week stretch—that player is Perry […] READ MORE