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Topic - Emiliano Dudar
It'd been just over three months since Emiliano Dudar started a regular season game for D.C. United. On Saturday night, in front of 14,640 fans at RFK Stadium, the center back made his return to the lineup and played all 90 minutes of United's 1-0 victory over the Columbus Crew.
For all the uncertainty the D.C. United back line has gone through in recent weeks, with a plethora of moving parts dictated by injury, fatigue and form, there has been a constant for the team to rely on: Brandon McDonald.
Emiliano Dudar has enjoyed a long, fruitful career. But the D.C. United defender still thinks he has plenty to prove.
"I felt good, although always after a couple weeks off of the team, it's always difficult," said Dudar. "As the match progressed, I felt better and better and I feel as I get more matches and minutes, I'm going to feel better."
"It's hard because while I was out of the team, the guys who were in the team were doing very well," said Dudar via a translator. "I feel good [after playing], I feel happy to be again with the first 11."