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Conor Shanosky, Casey Townsend, Michael Seaton, and Taylor Kemp are the four players who will start the season in Richmond. Shanosky and Kemp are the long-term loanees, while Seaton and Townsend will likely shuffle back and forth between DC and RVA.
The return of DeRo returns D.C. United's lineup to what we thought it would be at the beginning of the season.
Since MLS won't collate this information for you anymore, we present the unofficial MLS injury report.
Marcos Sanchez gives an interview with fifa.com, Nick DeLeon gets a cool new tattoo, and D.C. United is on all of your media.
Will Ben Olsen tinker with his lineup between home games and road games, as he did at the end of last season without Dwayne De Rosario?
The format for the 100th edition of the U.S. Open Cup was released today and D.C. United could have players on three separate teams.
D.C. United defenders Ethan White and Taylor Kemp started for the Richmond Kickers in their preseason loss to the NASL's Carolina Railhawks; Conor Shanosky played the entire second half.
There are no surprises in D.C. United's first lineup of the season, with Olsen sticking with the lineup he has used throughout the preseason.
Jaime Moreno's D.C. United U-23 team is going to be playing meaningful games this coming summer by joining the National Premier Soccer League.
Despite his low profile to most D.C. United fans, Indonesian media is going all out with their coverage of Syamsir Alam.
In a move that has shocked most, D.C. United has used the 17th spot in the allocation order to sign former MLS MVP Carlos Ruiz.
Vague Twitter rumors have linked El Pescadito to D.C. United; the question is, would any fans want the team to sign him?
News sources in Denmark and Poland are saying that salary cap issues and salary demands will prevent D.C. United from signing Jan Frederiksen.
Since we will be covering them and their D.C. United loanees this season, we decided to give you a primer on the Richmond Kickers!
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D.C. United again take advantage of the exodus of players from Chivas USA, picking up right back James Riley in a trade.
Former Danish youth international left back Jan Frederiksen is on trial with D.C. United, as is Ugandan national team captain Henry Kalungi, while Richmond Kickers head coach Leigh Cowlishaw is set to attend United's preseason camp.
The Washington Spirit have announced the signings of two local players, Ingrid Wells and Chantel Jones, announced a new crest for the team, and have let three players go for USWNT camp.
While previous rumors had him going to FC Tianjin Teda, the official Weibo of Jiangsu Sainty F.C. says that they have signed Hamdi Salihi.
In what is hopefully the final outgoing player move, former D.C. United center back Emiliano Dudar has signed with FC Chiasso.
Long out of favor with D.C. United, is Hamdi Salihi on the verge of a transfer to China's FC Tianjin Teda?
A Belgian newspaper is reporting that D.C. United rejected Anderlecht's final offer yesterday, but then changed their minds overnight and accepted it.
Andy Najar will be a member of the Honduran team that will face the United States on February 6 in the first game of the Hexagonal and may have one final Anderlecht offer coming. Meanwhile, Nick DeLeon turns down a call-up from Trinidad and Tobago.
As he did last preseason for Olympic qualifying, Nick DeLeon has been called up to the Trinidad and Tobago National Team. Will he accept the call-up this time around?
Black and Red United spent some time with Richmond Kickers Head Coach Leigh Cowlishaw, getting his thoughts about the upcoming affiliation with D.C. United.
Panamanian television is reporting that international midfielder Alberto Quintero is close to signing a contract with D.C. United.
After seeing that Kyle Altman and Matt VanOekel were on trial with D.C. United, Brian Quarstad from IMSoccer News stopped by to give us some information on the two.
Our last update about the former D.C. United midfielder finds him signing a year and a half long contract with his former club, Rapid Vienna.
Multiple trialists will join D.C. United as the team opens camp in Florida next week; will any of them stick with the team?
Meet Tiffany McCarty, Caroline Miller, Holly King, and Colleen Williams, the newest players for the Washington Spirit.