That’s a wrap on 2019
by: Jason Anderson — SB Nation: Black And Red United 15 Nov
Nothing like a weird friendly well after the season is over
by: Michael Cohen — MLS: D.C. United 15 Nov
There were times throughout the season when D.C. United coach Ben Olsen made mention of his staff needing to step outside its collective comfort zone to address certain problems, be them injury related or tactical quandaries or both. The challenging...
by: @usatoday — USA Today 31 Oct
Toronto FC upset Atlanta United in the Eastern Conference final, and set up a TFC-Seattle Sounders MLS Cup final for the third time in four years.
by: @usatoday — USA Today 21 Oct
The latest "El Trafico" will take place in the MLS playoffs, with the pair of powerhouse Los Angeles teams set to stage their biggest matchup yet.
by: dcunited.com — MLS: D.C. United 20 Oct
D.C. United 1 v. 5 Toronto FC Round One - Audi 2019 MLS Cup Playoffs October 19, 2019 - BMO Field, Toronto, ON Attendance: 25,331 Player Notes Wayne Rooney made his 50th MLS appearance (including both Regular Season and Post-season) for the Black-and-
by: Ryan Keefer — SB Nation: Black And Red United 19 Oct
Loudoun is looking to finish the season with four wins in a row
by: @usatoday — USA Today 16 Oct
Canada stunned the USMNT with a 2-0 win in Concacaf Nations League play at Toronto's BMO Field on Tuesday night.
by: Ryan Keefer — SB Nation: Black And Red United 9 Oct
Loudoun look to build on a positive.
by: October 6, 20197:37PM EDT — MLS: FC Cincinnati 6 Oct
WASHINGTON – Despite being forced to play with nine men for the entirety of the second half, FC Cincinnati valiantly played D.C. United to a 0-0 draw in their 2019 MLS regular-season finale at Audi Field on MLS Decision Day Presented by AT&T on...
by: dcunited.com — MLS: D.C. United 6 Oct
D.C. United 0 (13-10-10, 50 points) vs. FC Cincinnati (6-22-6, 24 points) 2019 MLS Regular Season - Week 31 October 6, 2019 - Audi Field, Washington, DC Player Notes Joseph Mora made his 50th MLS Regular Season for the Black-and-Red. Lucas Rodríguez...
by: Jim Reineking — USA Today 6 Oct
LAFC's Carlos Vela padded his near-certain MVP campaign by setting the MLS single-season goals scored record with a hat trick on Sunday.
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