Author Archives: Pablo Maurer

Dynamo clinch playoff berth as D.C.’s dreadful season draws to a close

By PABLO MAURER WASHINGTON – The Houston Dynamo booked their spot in the MLS playoffs this afternoon, clinching a spot in the east with a 2-1 victory at RFK stadium. The victory could put Houston through as the #3 seed, … Continue reading »

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Union salvage draw with late equalizer against D.C.

WASHINGTON – By all accounts, this has been a very, very bad year for D.C. United. Playing without four regular starters and facing a Philadelphia Union side fighting for their playoff lives, chances were slim things would get any better … Continue reading »

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Opportunistic Fire cruise past D.C. United

The Chicago Fire moved back into playoff position, at least temporarily with a sorely-needed 3-0 victory over D.C. United on Friday night at RFK Stadium. Continue reading »

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SBI MLS Spotlight: Resurgent White a bright spot for struggling United

D.C. United’s season has been largely forgettable despite them winning the U.S. Open Cup, but one of the bright spots for the club for much of the year has been Ethan White. Continue reading »

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Unsung heroes play key roles in D.C. United cup triumph

Photo by ISIPhotos.com By PABLO MAURER SANDY, Utah– Now that the dust has settled and the champagne and beer have been cleaned off the locker room walls, many MLS fans are probably still in disbelief that the worst team in … Continue reading »

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Bradley ruled out, but Klinsmann still planning on bringing strong squad for upcoming qualifiers

U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has taken a hit to his potential USA squad for their final two World Cup qualifiers, with John Brooks and Michael Bradley ruled out. Continue reading »

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