Bill Hamid

D.C. United

D.C. United vs. Columbus Crew Community/Site Player Ratings

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We go through the pain a little bit here.

D.C. United came back home to Estadio RFK to face a Columbus Crew SC team who was reeling in their own right. The Crew rolled out a new formation, frustrated the Black-and-Red players and faithful en route to a 2-0 win which left D.C. winless and goalless.

D.C. United vs. NYCFC Community/Site Player Ratings

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We unpack the unpleasantness.

D.C. United was hoping to get some sort of result in a place (Yankee Stadium) they hadn't against a team (New York City FC) opening up a stadium for another team the previous week. But the 4-0 loss showed several different things of concern for fans, perhaps things beyond what could be dismissed as a one-off rout.

D.C. United vs. Sporting KC Community/Site Player Ratings

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We wrap up, pack up, and move on from Saturday.

D.C. United opened up the last opening game of their time at RFK Stadium against Sporting Kansas City with big aspirations and thoughts of a win with a bunch of goals scored being a formality were on many minds. So when a scoreless draw occurred naturally there was cause for some disappointment.

MLS Ticker: Hamid to return for opener, Revolution make signing, and more

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Even though Bill Hamid's U.S. Men's National Team camp was cut short due to another knee injury, he is confident that he will be back for D.C. United's regular-season opener on March 4.

Hamid was initially ruled out for five to six weeks, but after undergoing successful surgery, he is optimistic to return in time for the 2017 season.

Bill Hamid out for six weeks with knee surgery

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For the second preseason in a row, Bill Hamid will not participate

As first reported by Steve Goff, D.C. United and US Men's national team goalkeeper Bill Hamid had surgery on his right knee on Monday. We can further confirm that Hamid had arthroscopic surgery on the knee, which he aggravated during preparations for the national team camp.

Report: Hamid out for six weeks due to injury

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Following yet another injury, Bill Hamid recently left U.S. Men's National Team camp, and it appears the D.C. United goalkeeper's recent ailment will force him to miss a chunk of preseason on the club level.

Hamid had knee surgery on Monday and will end up missing most of D.

Bill Hamid forced out of USMNT camp due to injury

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As with last year, a knee problem has caused the D.C. United star to withdraw

In unfortunately familiar news, D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid has been forced to drop out of the USMNT's January camp due to a knee problem. Last year, a knee injury picked up during camp ended up requiring surgery, and Hamid ended up missing several months.

Bill Hamid withdraws from USMNT camp due to injury

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Bill Hamid has waited several years for his chance with the U.S. Men's National Team, but now the D.C. United goalkeeper will have to wait a little longer.

U.S. Soccer announced on Tuesday that Hamid has withdrawn from January camp for the second straight year due to a knee issue.

D.C. United’s 2017 depth chart: Goalkeepers and defenders

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The first of a two-part series looking at United's whole roster heading into the MLS SuperDraft

Now that 2017 is underway, it's time to take stock on what we have, what can improve, and what we need. For D.C. United, that means looking over the whole roster and putting together a depth chart.

D.C. United season review: Travis Worra

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The man who rose most on the depth chart gets a look.

Signed as an undrafted free agent at the beginning of 2015, Travis Worra appeared on the bench of D.C. United's 2015 CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal campaign, backing up Andrew Dykstra as Bill Hamid was out because of offseason surgery.

Some Soccer News for Oct 11, 2016

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It's Day 285 of 2016.


It took Belgium 8.1 seconds from kickoff to score against Gibraltar in UEFA World Cup qualifying. Christian Benteke got the goal. Belgium won 0-6.
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USA Mens National Team friendly:
-Tue Oct 11
USA v New Zealand - RFK Stadium, Washington DC - 7:00pm CT on on ESPN + UniMas

Here is the Roster for the Cuba game:
  • G: David Bingham - San Jose Earthquakes, Bill Hamid - DC United, William Yarbrough - Leon
  • D: Kellyn Acosta - Dallas, Matt Besler - Sporting Kansas City, Steve Birnbaum - DC United, Omar Gonzalez - Pachuca, Michael Orozco - Tijuana, Tim Parker - Vancouver Whitecaps, DeAndre Yedlin - Newcastle
  • M: Paul Arriola - Tijuana, Michael Bradley - Toronto, Lynden Gooch - Sunderland, Perry Kitchen - Heart Of Midlothian, Sacha Kljestan - New York Red Bulls, Danny Williams - Reading
  • F: Juan Agudelo - New England Revolution, Jozy Altidore - Toronto, Terrence Boyd - RB Leipzig, Julian Green - Bayern Munich, Jordan Morris - Seattle Sounders

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A preview of tonight's game.

Seven in, nine out

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We have some changes to the USMNT squad ahead of Tuesday's friendly with New Zealand. The most notable addition? How does Terrence Boyd grab ya?The end result roster? Here ya go...G - David Bingham (San Jose Earthquakes), Bill Hamid (D.C. United), William Yarbrough (León)D - Kellyn Acosta (FC Dallas), Matt Besler (Sporting KC), Steve Birnbaum (D.

D.C. United vs. Toronto FC Community/Site Player Ratings

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We reveal the votes and look at a possible perk of the win.

D.C. United had to have anticipated seeing Sebastian Giovinco and Toronto FC in some manner or fashion Saturday night. While they dodged a bit of a bullet, there was still three more national team players on the TFC squad. Both teams had been playing a few games of late, so there was some rotation on both sides, even before an international break, but the Black-and-Red managed to steal a win at BMO field and further cementing their chances of a postseason berth.

D.C. United vs. Toronto GIFs

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We look at some moments from Saturday.

D.C. United was going up to Canada to play a Toronto FC side that had been looking not as good as they normally would (thanks to the absence of Sebastian Giovinco), but still among the East leaders. Dressing an A-minus/B-plus side that was definitely leggy from the work they'd put in over the last two and a half weeks, their 2-1 win may have been as impressive as the ones which have given them all this goalscoring over the last two months.

D.C. United vs. Columbus Crew Community/Site Player Ratings

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We look at your votes and prepare for unpleasantness today.

D.C. United was coming into a RFK Stadium clash with Columbus Crew with a game that they should have won beforehand; the team was, is, buzzing, the Crew were without several players, including Federico Higuain, and the Crew were dealing on slightly shorter rest.

Bill Hamid heroics earn D.C. United tie with Impact

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It isn't often that a team comes from behind to salvage a point and leaves a match disappointed, but that's surely how the Montreal Impact will be feeling after drawing D.C. United, 1-1.

The Impact statistically dominated the match, but found themselves trailing early when Patrick Nyarko earned D.

Monday Freedom Kicks: Frozen in Carbonite

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We look at the weekend for D.C. United, the Washington Spirit, Orlando sports teams, and Len Bias.

Hi there. Have Chile stopped scoring against Mexico yet? I kid. I also included this picture from Saturday's D.C. United game.

Recaps of D.C. United's scoreless draw with the Houston Dynamo from us (with more from us here), MLS (with more from them here) and the Washington Post.

Different game, same old story with Bill Hamid saving D.C. United

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United's #28 made two crucial saves in stoppage, as United picked up a valuable point on the road against the Houston Dynamo

It was getting late in the tilt between D.C. United and the Houston Dynamo on Saturday evening, and goalkeeper Bill Hamid hadn't had much to do for 90 minutes. Sure, he cut out a couple of crosses, and got a slight touch to a Will Bruin shot early in the second half to push it off the post.

Bill Hamid's heroics persevere a 0-0 draw for D.C. United against the Houston Dynamo

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A tepid affair came alive in stoppage time, as Bill Hamid twice denied the Dynamo winning goals in a 0-0 draw

Bill Hamid was once again the difference for D.C. United, as the Black-and-Red held out for a point in a 0-0 draw with the Houston Dynamo on Saturday evening. An uneventful 90 minutes came alive in stoppage time, as Hamid was forced into point-saving blocks on efforts from Mauro Manotas and Raul Rodriguez.

D.C. United fall to Fort Lauderdale Strikers in penalties in US Open Cup

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After a scoreless 120 minutes, the NASL side prevailed 4-3 in penalty kicks

D.C. United crashed out of the Fourth Round of the US Open Cup to the Fort Lauderdale Strikers, as the NASL won 4-3 on penalties. 120 minutes of scoreless soccer between the two sides meant penalties, where United lost when Luciano Acosta had his effort saved, and Jared Jeffrey hit the bar.

D.C. United vs. Seattle Sounders staff and reader predictions

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We feel sure a win—and a clean sheet—are coming. 1-0? 2-0? None of the above?

Ah, it seems only yesterday we were prepping for a D.C. United game. In fact it was not so long ago, but at least with this tight turnaround we're treated to a home game before the Copa América break.

We're pretty confident that United are getting three points out of this one, though we don't all completely agree on the final score.

Filibuster podcast episode 185: Barge in the ocean headed to Spain

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In the last podcast before the Copa break, we talk USMNT, Sporting Kansas City, and Seattle Sounders

With a game this Wednesday, D.C. United is back on their regular Tuesday to help you get all the info you need. Jason, Ben, and Adam start by reviewing D.C. United's 1-0 victory over Sporting Kansas City, and start with the wonderfulness that was Alhaji Kamara's goal.

D.C. United vs. Sporting Kansas City Player Ratings

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We assign numbers to those who wore Black-and-Red Friday night.

D.C. United came into Friday night's game with Sporting Kansas City with nary a road win in a stat that was particularly entertaining to some jerk on the masthead. So naturally when a 1-0 win happened for the good guys following a hectic 24 hours of travel and redirection, combined with a weather delay, it was a earned win in the karma department to some degree.

Hamid's return, Kamara's debut help deliver key win for D.C. United

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Bill Hamid admitted he got a little emotional having completed his first MLS game in seven months. His D.C. United team had just beaten Sporting Kansas City, 1-0, on the road thanks to an 86th minute winner from Alhaji Kamara, who made his MLS debut.

Hamid had been out since October 2015 after having surgery to repair a meniscus tear.

MLS Ticker: Hamid, Orlando City and more

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An Eastern Conference side is ready to add a piece to their backline, while one of the league's top goalkeepersis ready to make his return.

D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid could make his 2016 season debut for D.C. United on Friday night vs. Sporting Kansas City afterundergoing knee surgery in January.

D.C. United vs. Philadelphia Union Player Ratings

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Raters gonna rate.

D.C. United seems to be alternating between wins and losses with each week these days, having yet to go on a win streak in 2016. When they beat the New York Red Bulls last week, in retrospect, a draw or loss was in the cards (speaking as one who predicted a loss, cough cough).

Bill Hamid practices for the second straight week as his 2016 debut for D.C. United looms

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The 2014 MLS Goalkeeper of the Year talked to Black and Red United as he gets closer to making his 2016 debut

The news in January was not promising. Bill Hamid, D.C. United's first ever homegrown player - not to mention the 2014 MLS Goalkeeper of the Year - had to remove himself from the January US national team camp to have surgery on a torn right meniscus.

D.C. United closing in on full fitness ahead of New York Red Bulls clash

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Bill Hamid has returned to practice ahead of Friday's battle with the Black-and-Red's oldest rival

It has been a long four months since D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid went under the knife to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee. United have had an uneven start to the season, picking up just 10 points through their first 10 games, as Travis Worra has filled in as keeper with the additional loss of Andrew Dykstra to back surgery.

Philadelphia Union

Stewart says Union looking for “controlling midfielder,” Simpson notes, league news, more

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Earnie Stewart says Union still searching for new signings. Insight on Jay SImpson. Union second most popular MLS team among Combine participants. More news.

West Chester and Reading out of USOC, Crystal Palace friendly, notes from Curtin’s presser, more

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West Chester United and Reading knocked out of US Open Cup. Union to host Crystal Palace again. Noes from Curtin's press conference and more Union news.

Jurgen Klinsmann

Bill Hamid, Steve Birnbaum, and Taylor Kemp called into USMNT camp

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Bruce Arena wants to see what three of United's best players can do

Bruce Arena announced the roster for the US Men's national team's January camp, commonly known as Camp Cupcake. As expected, there are two D.C. United players on this roster: goalkeeper Bill Hamid and center back Steve Birnbaum.

Bill Hamid joins USA for New Zealand friendly

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D.C. United's number one has been added to the roster by manager Jurgen Klinsmann

As part of bevy of changes following the US National team's 2-0 friendly win against Cuba on Friday, D.C. United's Bill Hamid has been called up to the national team. Hamid takes the spot of Ethan Horvath, who returns to Molde FK after playing 90 minutes in the win in Cuba.

United States vs. Cuba 2016: Game time, TV schedule and live stream

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We're trying our hardest to focus on the exciting new USMNT players

We've spent a lot of time harping on Jurgen Klinsmann's United States roster selections in these parts. Outside of the USMNT boss's maddening inability to see how much better Bill Hamid is than other members of the American goalkeeping pool, there's also the general puzzle of how he evaluates players all over the field.

David Villa

Fantasy Focus: Fly Like a Neagle

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Into the playoff (position)

With so many teams playing twice this round, big numbers were bound to come. Willy Nilly put up 133 points to lead the league. Ignacio Piatti (MTL, $11.7) captained the team and scored 28 points on a goal and an assist. Osvaldo Alonso (SEA, $9.5) trailed with 17 points on a goal of his own, and David Villa (NYC, $12.

Have a look at D.C. United’s player ratings in FIFA 17

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From Bill Hamid to Collin Martin, we look at the home team's ratings in the game

EA Sports releases FIFA 17 on Tuesday, September 27th, and the FIFA Ultimate Team player database is now available, showing ratings for every player in the game. It should come as no surprise that players like Sebastian Giovinco, David Villa, and Andrea Pirlo are the highest rated MLS players, but how do DCU's players rate?

Fantasy Focus: If you really want Moor

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Yeah, a Toronto defender.

This was a low-scoring round, as Cathedral SC was the only team to top 60 points, with a total of 68. Benny Feilhaber (SKC, $11.0) led with 14 points on a goal and an assist. Bill Hamid (DCU, $6.2) earned a clean sheet on the way to 9 points, while David Villa (NYC, $12.

The Rest

Final thoughts on USMNT Camp Cupcake, and will Chicharito ever come to MLS? | Freedom Kicks for February 7, 2017

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This writer's final thought on January camp: needed more Bill Hamid.

It's only Tuesday! How is it only Tuesday?

Well, regardless, every day is soccer day. Let's get to it!

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ICYMI from last night.

Dynamo show glimpses in Barrett's home MLS debut

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The defense was compact and the maintained the shutout. Now the Dynamo have to figure out how to consistently find the back of the net.

DC United goalkeeper Bill Hamid came up big on the last play of the match, denying the Dynamo a goal on a point-blank header from a corner kick that would have one the match.

Fantasy Focus: The Break is Over

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Sebastian Giovinco is the leading overall scorer as the Copa break ends. Who else is bringing it so far this season?

The Copa America Centenario break ends this weekend, and that means Fantasy MLS is back. This is a good time to take a look at the top three teams in the league, which are conveniently the only three teams above the 1000-point plateau:

1) !

Jordan Morris breaks the deadlock and puts the Sounders up 1-0

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After 79 relatively uneventful minutes in DC, Seattle Sounders forward Jordan Morris finally put his team on the scoresheet after a Joevin Jones cross was parried by Bill Hamid and poorly cleared by Bobby Boswell. Morris pounced on the opportunity and finished well between the defenders.