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D.C. United News and Highlights

DCUnitedD.C. United is an American professional soccer club based in Washington, D.C. which competes in Major League Soccer (MLS), the top professional soccer league in the United States and Canada. It is one of the ten charter clubs of MLS, having competed in the league since its inception, in 1996.

Over the club's history, D.C. United has been considered to be the flagship franchise of MLS winning 12 international and domestic titles. Domestically, United has been one of the most successful MLS clubs. United has won the U.S. Open Cup twice, and holds an MLS record for most MLS Cup and MLS Supporters' Shields apiece, winning each honor four times. United was the also the first club to win both the MLS Cup and MLS Supporters' Shield consecutively.

On the international stage, D.C. United has competed in both the CONCACAF Champions League and its predecessor, the CONCACAF Champions' Cup. The club is also the only American soccer club to ever compete in a CONMEBOL (South American) competition, participating in the 2005 and 2007 editions of the Copa Sudamericana. In 1998, the club won the CONCACAF Champions' Cup.[2] Subsequently, United won the now-defunct Copa Interamericana, a competition between the CONCACAF on CONMEBOL champion that year to determine the best soccer club in the Americas. In the 1998, and final edition of the Copa Interamericana, D.C. United defeated Vasco da Gama of Brazil to take the title

Breaking down the breakdown

Since Houston has played just once since we last dissected the Dynamo, it makes little sense to repeat the exercise so soon.  Instead, let's take a look back at the 'Breakdown' itself from days before D.C. United's 3-2 win over Houston back on April 28.


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Finally settled in D.C., Salihi regains prolific strike rate

If there really were a formula for scoring goals, the man to discover it would be a millionaire ten times over. Some players might rely on superstition in hopes of snapping a goal-less drought, but D.C. United forward Hamdi Salihi is rediscovering his scoring touch thanks - in part - to a fully furnished apartment.

Hamid: 'back in the groove'

Gifted with the physical abilities to make every save possible, and even at times the seemingly impossible, D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid has never lacked confidence.  But during the past two months, in which Hamid was injured as his U.S. Under-23 teammates failed to qualify for the Olympics and then returned to United to find his starting spot occupied by a red-hot Joe Willis, the young netminder's mettle was put to the test.

Capital Soccer Show - Episode 12

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