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D.C. United

“Important” road result for D.C. United after a wild draw with the Revs

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Despite making several enforced changes to their lineup, United managed to get a road result at New England

D.C. United's 2-2 draw on Saturday night against the New England Revolution had a little bit of everything, and provided plenty of story lines which could be the focus of post game analysis.

D.C. United settle for 2-2 draw against New England Revolution

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United gave up goals to start each half, but scored twice in the first half through Jeffrey and Le Toux

D.C. United couldn't have asked for a worse start in either half against the New England Revolution on Saturday evening. United conceded a goal to start each half, but thanks to goals from Jared Jeffrey and Sebastien Le Toux, United got out of Gillette Stadium with a point, in a 2-2 draw with the Revolution.

D.C. United settle for 2-2 draw against New England Revolution

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United gave up goals to start each half, but first half goals from Jared Jeffrey & Sebastien Le Toux gave them a road point

D.C. United couldn't have asked for a worse start in either half against the New England Revolution on Saturday evening. United conceded in the 5th and 48th minutes, but thanks to first half goals from Jared Jeffrey and Sebastien Le Toux, the Black-and-Red got out of Gillette Stadium with a point in an eventful 2-2 draw with the Revolution.

D.C. United vs. New England Revolution staff and reader predictions

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You want a revolution? I want a revelation.

Last week, we felt bizarrely optimistic about playing the New York Red Bulls on the road, and it turned out that we were dumb with that optimism. D.C. United lost 2-0, and in retrospect, we probably shouldn't have expected much more than that.

This week, we are still feeling relatively optimistic, but hear us out, okay?

Carleton, Weah, Sargent headline U.S. U-17 roster for CONCACAF U-17 Championship

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With just under one week to go until the CONCACAF U-17 Championships kick off, head coach John Hackworth has named his 20-player roster that will join him in Panama.

The tournament, which doubles as qualification for the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup taking place in India this October, sees the U.

Red Bulls get back on track with win over D.C. United

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It took the presence of the club's fiercest rival to get the New York Red Bulls back on track.

Previously on a four game winless run, the Red Bulls bounced back in a big way on Saturday via a 2-0 win over rivals D.C. United. The win is just the Red Bulls' third of the season, while the loss sees D.

New York Red Bulls take first leg of Atlantic Cup with 2-0 win over D.C. United

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Alex Muyl and Bradley Wright-Phillips scored early in the second half as United's RBA nightmares continued

D.C. United were undone early in the second half against the New York Red Bulls, conceding two goals as United's rivals took the first leg of the 2017 edition of the Atlantic Cup. Alex Muyl scored his first goal of the season just moments into the second half, and Bradley Wright-Phillips made it two in the 62nd minute.

D.C. United vs. New York Red Bulls 2017: Time, TV schedule and how to watch MLS online

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After two successful home games, D.C. United is back on the road

After righting the ship against the Philadelphia Union and New York City FC, D.C. United travels to New Jersey to put their two game win streak on the line against the New York Red Bulls. After two wins to open the season, the Red Bulls are winless in their last four games (three losses) and are struggling to find the formation that best fits their personnel.

D.C. United vs. New York Red Bulls staff and reader predictions

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Everything is legal in New Jersey.

Ah yes, it's time for a D.C. United vs. New York Red Bulls game. To start off the Atlantic Cup this year, the Black-and-Red hit the road up to Jersey, where truly anything can happen between these two teams.

This week, we're predicting not total disaster, which is kind of nice.

New England Revolution

D.C. United’s collapse against New York Red Bulls, and previewing the New England Revolution: Filibuster podcast

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Unfortunately, we have to talk about Saturday

Despite the poor performances around all of the DMV's soccer teams, the Filibuster podcast is ready to go the full 90. Adam, Jason, and Ben have to talk about D.C. United's 2-0 defeat at the hands of the New York Red Bulls. We discuss the injury to Steve Birnbaum, the goals by Bradley Wright-Phillips and Alex Muyl, and then go from back to front dissecting the poor play: the defense, midfield, and attack all get a turn.

Alex will play big role against the New England Revolution

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The Dynamo's Alex will be a big factor on Saturday when Houston travel to New England.

The Dynamo flew past the New York Red Bulls last week on the back of an in-form attack, with Cubo Torres scoring three goals (you may have heard). Mauro Manotas played well in his first game starting as a winger, and Houston were able to create a ton of big chances even without Alberth Elis starting.

Revolution’s Turner and Wright heading to USL on loan

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Matt Turner returns to a familiar setting with the Richmond Kickers while first round draft pick Brian Wright might make his pro debut with the Tulsa Roughnecks.

Matt Turner will once again return to the Richmond Kickers on loan as the USL side travels to play New York Red Bulls II this weekend.

Major League Soccer

MLS Ticker: Birnbaum diagnosed with concussion, Atlanta United stadium, and more

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D.C. United could be without a key player for a while.

United revealed that defender Steve Birnbaum has been diagnosed with a concussion after he was stretchered off in Saturday's game versus the New York Red Bulls.

Update: Tests are negative.

Major Link Soccer: John Terry isn't coming to MLS

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No one in the league wanted to listen to Jurgen. The BVB terror attack suspicions shifted from ISIS to the far-right. There's great soccer on TV today.

Seattle

You shouldn't miss our S2 call-up power rankings and the return of the Aftermatch Aftermath.

Kitsap, who aren't the Pumas this year, signed a trio of players.

Vote on D.C. United’s Man of the Match vs. RBNY

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The...least bad performance gets your praise

Things like D.C. United losing to the New York Red Bulls, at Red Bull Arena, in the manner that they did in a 2-0 loss, hurt, but isn't unexpected when you consider their record (winless in 6) there.

Nevertheless, their individual performances are available for your review.

SBI MLS Power Rankings (Week 6)

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Week six of the MLS regular season is in the books, and it brought some shakeups to this week's power rankings.

Several teams at the top struggled, as just three of the top ten managed to earn victories this weekend, while the likes of New York City FC, the New York Red Bulls, the Houston Dynamo, and the Columbus Crew all lost to lower-ranked opposition.

MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 6

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Another week of MLS is in the books as several teams got their attacks on track in statement victories.

The Sporting KC attack overwhelmed the Colorado Rapids en route to a 3-1 win. (READ)

Orlando City locked up another shutout in a 1-0 win over the New York Red Bulls.

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 6 of the 2017 season

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Here are the ten things we learned from Week 6 of the 2017 MLS season.

1. Changed Calculus For Orlando

Orlando City was plenty entertaining during their first two years in MLS, but their inability to do two things – play defense and win home games – meant that they were never a legitimate contender.

MLS Ticker: Aja injury update, Red Bulls loan Abang, and more

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Injuries were a common theme last weekend in MLS, and Orlando City is the latest team to suffer.

According to Alicia DelGallo of the Orlando Sentinel, defender Jose Aja will miss two to four weeks with a hamstring injury, which he picked up against the Columbus Crew last Saturday.

Torres' hat-trick propels Dynamo past visiting Red Bulls

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After failing to record a goal in his first two seasons in Houston, Dynamo forward Erick 'Cubo' Torres looks to have found his goal-scoring form early in his third season.

The Mexican international netted a hat-trickin his side's 4-1 victory against the visiting New York Red Bulls, Saturday evening at BBVA Compass Stadium.

SBI MLS Power Rankings (Week 4)

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Photo by Greg Bartram-USA TODAY SportsWith most teams having been off for the international break, there isn't much movement in this week's power rankings, but a few teams in action earned some solid points for themselves.

The New England Revolution are the big winners of the weekend, as their 5-2 dismantling of Minnesota United will bump them up the standings while leaving the Loons stranded at the bottom.

Brotherly Game Daily Links 3/27/17

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New week, new links.

MLS News

Armchair Analyst: Deluge of goals continues vs. MNUFC & more from Week 4
Thanks to the international date Week 4 was an abbreviated, limited week. There was still, however, enough happening for us to divine a few truths from 270 minutes of MLS action.

VanOekel shines as RSL, Red Bulls play to scoreless draw

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The New York Red Bulls and Real Salt Lake, depleted of resources because of the international break, played to a scoreless draw at Red Bull Arena on Saturday.

The first half saw Real Salt Lake, under interim coach Daryl Shore for the first time, dominate in the early minutes, keeping the New York defense busy.

MLS Week 3: Your Running Commentary

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While international soccer dominates the weekend's schedule, MLS returns on Saturday with a trio of interesting matches.

The day starts at Gillette Stadium as the New England Revolution host Minnesota United. The Loons return to action after sealing their first ever point last time out.

Houston Dynamo

Houston Dynamo vs New England Revolution Final Score: Dynamo fall 2-0 on the road

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Dynamo road woes continue.

The Houston Dynamo were on the road on Saturday against the New England Revolution. Missing for the Dynamo was AJ DeLaGarza who suffered a calf strain that prevented him from playing with Boniek Garcia starting in his place at right back. Also, starting this game for the Dynamo was Dylan Remick who scored his first MLS goal last game against the New York Red Bulls.

Player Ratings Houston Dynamo vs. the New York Red Bulls

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Your top performing Dynamo players vs RBNY

In the fourth week of Rate the Players the Houston Dynamo player performances rose greatly following a poor showing (only in the 2nd half) at Portland. This week's fixture at home against the New York Red Bulls featured an unstoppable Erick Torres who helped propel the Dynamo to a 4-1 win.

Houston Dynamo vs New York Red Bulls: Highlights

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Miss a goal Saturday night? Watch them all over again.

Houston Dynamo vs New York Red Bulls Final Score: Cubo Torres scores hat trick in Dynamo victory

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Dylan Remick, Cubo Torres score as Dynamo win over Red Bulls.

The Houston Dynamo were back in action on Saturday night against the New York Red Bulls after a week off. In their return to BBVA Compass Stadium the Dynamo came back with an expanded injury list which included Romell Quioto who dislocated his shoulder while playing for Honduras in their game against the USMNT.

The Peel Episode 24: Red, White and Blue Body Paint

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It's ‘Murica Time! The Peel talks USMNT action and of course talk Dynamo soccer. The guys are also joined by Carson Merk to talk RGVFC.

It's 'Murica time! The guys from The Peel slather on some red, white and blue body paint to discuss the USMNT blow out of Honduras and the upcoming match versus Panama.

Pick the Houston Dynamo Lineup against the New York Red Bulls

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Who's in your starting XI?

The Houston Dynamo return to BBVA Compass Stadium following a bye week which saw several Dynamo players go on stints with their respective national teams. In their previous game the Dynamo took on the Portland Timbers on the road. It seemed almost too good to be true after an incredible first half performance.

Houston Dynamo vs. New York Red Bulls Preview: Back to MLS Action After The WCQ Break

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Dynamo host the NYRB as the injuries start to pile up

It's good to be back from the first FIFA window for the year as the Dynamo prepare to take the pitch against the visiting New York Red Bulls. Also good to have the international players back, but admittedly it was good to see so many Dynamo players absent from the roster for the past few weeks.

Pittsburgh Riverhounds

USL Look Ahead: Week 2

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After a very successful opening weekend for the new second division league, Week 2 seeks to deliver further entertainment for the USL.

Saturday opens the slate with several compelling matches to watch. The Pittsburgh Riverhounds and FC Cincinnati clash in a regional rivalry match after the former tied in a shootout in week one with the New York Red Bulls II, who themselves will face the Richmond Kickers.

USL Weekend Rewind: Week 1

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The USL returns in 2017 as a Division 2 league seeking to impress, and it succeeded in Week 1 with some highly entertaining matches.

Louisville City and St. Louis FC battled to a scoreless draw in their Midwest match-up. (READ)

LA Galaxy IIearned a 2-0 victory over Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2, in part thanks to an own goal.

The Rest

Rochester 2-2 New York Red Bulls II: Rhinos Draw Baby Bulls Yet Again

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Rhinos conceded twice from awful defensive mistakes but still battled back to earn the fifth regular season draw between the teams. Mike Garzi scored just before halftime and Joe Farrell grabbed the equalizing header in stoppage time.

Defensive mistakes have plagued Rochester early in the 2017 USL season and Saturday's home opener was no different.

Red Bulls seal statement victory over Crew

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The New York Red Bulls rose to the top of the Eastern Conference standings as they beat the team level on points with them at the top, the Columbus Crew, 2-0 at Red Bull Arena on Saturday.

The first goal of the match came just 11 minutes in, when Sacha Kljestan found Kemar Lawrence running into the penalty area.

Orlando City locks up another shutout in win over Red Bulls

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The New York Red Bulls' struggles continued on Sunday as Orlando City snagged a home victory thanks to a goal from an unlikely source.

Servando Carrasco scored the lone goal at Orlando City Stadium, leading the Lions to a 1-0 win over the Red Bulls on Sunday afternoon.

New CCL rules keep the Sounders spot in 2018

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We have a little more clarity on the 2018 CONCACAF tournament.

We finally have a little clarity on when and how the Seattle Sounders will participate in CONCACAF Champions League. After winning MLS Cup, the Sounders received one of the four automatic bids. They will be joined by FC Dallas (US Open Cup), Colorado Rapids (Supporters' Shield runner-up) and the New York Red Bulls (best record in the East).

Red Bulls sign Wright-Phillips to DP deal

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Bradley Wright-Phillips won't be leaving his current home any time soon.

The New York Red Bulls rewarded Wright-Phillips with a new multi-year deal on Wednesday, making him the club's third Designated Player. The forward previously earned DP distinction before seeing his deal bought down with Targeted Allocation Money.

Philadelphia Union Academy teams put in a perfect weekend

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Seacoast United, BW Gottschee and Lehigh Valley United all fell in matches against the Union over the weekend

Three different opponents all met the same fate in games against the Philadelphia Union Academy over the weekend as the Union U18, U16, U14, U13 and U12 teams outscored opponents 20-2 in six wins.

Playing out of the back is hallmark of Brian Schmetzer's Sounders

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It is one of the significant tactical changes the Seattle Sounders are undertaking this year.

Beating the New York Red Bulls' press is not easy. They want teams to clear the ball, or, even better for them, making a bad short to medium pass and turn it over. But the Seattle Sounders did not have those problems.