Julian Buescher

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Julian Buescher says goodbye to D.C. United

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It sure reads like it.

Yesterday we talked about whether D.C. United should retain the services of Julian Buescher for a third season.

Today in an Instagram post the 24-midfielder made it sure sound like the decision's already been made:

D.C. United family: As I prepare to travel back to Germany to visit my loved ones I wanted to take an opportunity to say thank you to the whole organization, fans, & family I was able to be a part of over the past two years.

D.C. United season review: Julian Buescher

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Will Buescher play for United again next year?

It seems like an eternity ago, but back in March of 2016, Julian Buescher smashed this goal against Queretaro FC, the only goal D.C. United would score as they lost out in the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals. Days before, Buescher had made his professional debut by coming off the bench in Mexico, before scoring that goal in the second leg.

Tuesday U.S. Open Cup Rewind: D.C. United tops Christos, Sounders beat Timbers and more

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The fourth round of the U.S. Open Cup began on Tuesday with three matches featuring four MLS teams.

Christos FC, the only amateur club remaining in the tournament, managed to push a goal across against D.C. United before finally capitulating late in the match.

D.C. United survive Christos FC scare, move on in US Open Cup

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Christos took a first half lead but D.C. came back to win.

D.C. United had an early scare against Christos FC in the US Open Cup, but the Black-and-Red eventually did enough to get past the amateur side to move on to the Round of 16. Mamadou Kansaye gave Christos the first half lead with a wonderful free kick, but his effort was canceled out by Julian Buescher in the first half.

D.C. United, Montreal Impact trade MLS things

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The Black-and-Red are renting out an international roster spot for 2017

D.C. United announced today that they've traded an international roster spot for the 2017 season to the Montreal Impact. In exchange, they've acquired $75,000 in general allocation money (GAM). The move leaves United with five international roster spots, four of which are occupied by Julian Buescher, Luciano Acosta, Alhaji Kamara, and Jose Ortiz.

MLS Draft 2017 preview and how to watch

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For D.C. United and 21 other teams, today's the first big day of 2017

Normally, the MLS SuperDraft is a big day for D.C. United, who have established themselves as one of the league's best teams when it comes to draft day. They currently start three players they picked up in past drafts, and they'd start four if Perry Kitchen had been re-signed.

D.C. United season review: Julian Buescher

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United's first round pick grew in importance as the season wore on

On a blustery day in January, D.C. United added Syracuse's Julian Buescher to their midfield. It wasn't a straightforward pick: United sent targeted allocation money to Sporting Kansas City to get the #11 pick and snag the former Germany under-18 national team player before KC or the Chicago Fire (who were up at #12) could select him instead.

In pressure situation, United respond with resounding win

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United's 4-1 win over Orlando was important, but there's still work to be done to make the 2016 playoffs

Last night wasn't quite do or die for D.C. United against Orlando City SC. A loss or a draw against their playoff rivals would not have eliminated the Black-and-Red from playoff contention, but it surely would have dented United's hopes, and made the final four games a sweat to end the season.

D.C. United releases Paul Clowes

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To make room for a new striker, United clears a roster and international roster spot

To make room for new signing Alhaji Kamara, D.C. United has confirmed to Black & Red United that they have released Paul Clowes. The team needed to free up both a roster spot and an international roster spot, and with starters Marcelo Sarvas and Nick DeLeon, as well as reserves Jared Jeffrey, Markus Halsti, Rob Vincent, and Julian Buescher all ahead of Clowes in central midfield, this is the move that had to happen.


United move up in SuperDraft to select Julian Buescher; trade 13th pick down to 2nd Round

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Ben Olsen and his staff made a few moves in today's MLS SuperDraft

SBI College Spotlight: German midfielder Julian Buescher has Syracuse flying high

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When Julian Buescher stepped foot on the campus of Syracuse University, the German import was ill prepared for the adjustments to American life. Speaking very little English and ill equipped to handle the cold of Syracuse, Buescher found himself wanting to find his way back home.

The Rest

USMNT releases roster, Buescher says goodbye, and more: Freedom Kicks for November 8, 2017

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It's a mix of young and vets on the way to Portugal for the USMNT.

Welcome to Wednesday everyone! Some interesting news stories yesterday, so let's get right to it:

USMNT roster for Portugal friendly announced | Stars & Stripes FC

Bill Hamid makes the 21-man roster for the United States and is off to face Portugal next week.

2017 Gold Cup, Lukaku to Man United?, and more: Freedom Kicks for 7/7/2017

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Meanwhile, the Spirit gear up for a big game against Orlando tomorrow

With D.C. United's players scattering to the winds - California seems popular, with Steve Birnbaum going home while Lloyd Sam and Julian Buescher are hanging out in LA - there's not much to discuss. And you know what? It's nice for them, and it's nice for us.

Early goal seals United’s fate in CONCACAF Champions League

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The frustration continues for D.C. United and coach Ben Olsen (pictured) as they are easily eliminated from the quarterfinal stage of the CONCACAF Champions League for the second consecutive year