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United Watch Archive: March 2013

  • Postgame observations: Crew 2, D.C United 1

    Through three games, D.C. United clearly weren't playing their best soccer. But the excuses were reasonable and the results were still there. Despite missing Dwayne De Rosario for two of those matches, which all came against playoff teams from a year ago, United still walked away with four points. Not bad. But Saturday was different. Published March 24 2013

  • Postgame observations: D.C. United 0, New York 0

    While D.C. United's two road trips this season haven't exactly produced inspired soccer from the visitors, one thing has become clear: With Bill Hamid in goal, United always have a chance. Published March 17 2013

  • Postgame observations: D.C. United 1, Real Salt Lake 0

    It was far from the prettiest game, with both teams still shaking that early-season rust, but D.C. United were plenty happy Saturday night to claim a 1-0 over Real Salt Lake and walk away from Dwayne De Rosario's two-game suspension with a split. Published March 10 2013

  • Postgame observations: Dynamo 2, D.C. United 0

    D.C. United's season-opening trip stayed to the script. The Dynamo continued their unbeaten run at home since opening BBVA Compass Stadium, and the visitors struggled to get much going offensively without suspended playmaker Dwayne De Rosario, dropping to 0-8-1 all-time in Houston. Published March 3 2013

  • Breaking down D.C. United's 2013 roster

    With D.C. United set to kick off their 2013 campaign Saturday in an Eastern Conference final rematch at the Houston Dynamo (8 p.m., NBCSN), here is a player-by-player breakdown of the club's roster after a fairly quiet offseason focused on building depth. Published March 1 2013

  • D.C. United notes: Evaluating Dwayne De Rosario's suspension

    Poised to kick off the 2013 campaign at the Houston Dynamo on Saturday with a starting 11 comprised of holdovers, D.C. United saw that plan thrown askew by the news early Friday that captain Dwayne De Rosario will be suspended for two games after head-butting Philadelphia midfielder Danny Cruz during a preseason game last weekend in Orlando, Fla. Published March 1 2013