Season Record: 0-2-3 (3 points)
Well, well. Not a prodigious start for DC United. Five games into the 2016 season, and they have zero wins. In 2015 they started strong, with a 3-1-1 (10 points) record after the first five games.
This Saturday they play the Vancouver Whitecaps, who are no slouches, and need a result to start to turn the tide. Vancouver finished in 2nd place in the Western Conference last year and are in 6th place this season with 7 points.
The only offensive bright spot for the United so far is Lamar Neagle’s one goal and one assist. They only have three goals total.
This upcoming game also comes amid some controversy with the supporter groups (DC United recently banned a fan for a year for using smoke during the March 26th game.)
It’s not time to panic, but it is time to rise up and really play some football (or soccer).
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See the full season schedule.
MLS: Vancouver Whitecaps at DC United
Saturday, April 9, 2016