Gressel’s integration into D.C.'s system has not gone smoothly, due in part to position changes and United's more conservative style.

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D.C. United has never seemed right this year, even in pre-pandemic days, when it was slow to adapt to the departure of attacking stars Wayne Rooney and Luciano Acosta, as well as Paul Arriola’s long-term knee injury.

D.C. United, with just two wins in 11 games, couldn't convert its chances on offense and suffered a pair of defensive letdowns in loss at home.

Barring a late change, Chris Seitz will start his fourth consecutive match Saturday and Bill Hamid will be in uniform for the first time in 2½ weeks, a person close to the decision-making process said.

Winger Paul Arriola was injured in preseason training camp, but with the campaign extended because of the pandemic, he could receive playing time this fall.

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Sam Mewis, Rose Lavelle, Tobin Heath and Christen Press are leaving, in large part, because of the novel coronavirus pandemic’s impact on U.S. sports.

The U.S. men's national team probably won't play its first qualifier until next September.

Steve Cherundolo and Jaime Moreno were also passed over.

England's Phil Foden and Mason Greenwood won't play in a Nations League match against Denmark.

D.C. United has no shots or corner kicks but defends well enough to earn a point at Audi Field.

Silver Spring native Midge Purce scored the go-ahead goal in stoppage time at Segra Field in Leesburg.

In preparation for a rush toward the postseason and ahead of Sunday's match against NYCFC, D.C. United is quietly preparing an attempt at moves to bolster its roster.

As autumn nears, the Spirit will finally play at home, but only twice and with no spectators and a roster missing those marquee players.

"I’m staying and I’m going to give my best for Barcelona,” Lionel Messi told on Friday, all but ending a global drama that began last week when he told the Spanish titans he wanted to end their 20-year association.

Brazil soccer head announces equal pay for men’s and women’s teams. There is “no more gender difference,” said Brazilian Football Confederation President Rogério Caboclo.

Young Estonian Erik Sorga's first MLS goal arrives in stoppage time against the Red Bulls and it's the difference in a 1-0 win.

Besides Neymar, PSG's Angel Di Maria and Leandro Paredes also reportedly have tested positive and all three are in isolation.

Defensive midfielder Felipe Martins is expected to be sidelined up to nine months.

Kevin Paredes, Griffin Yow and Moses Nyeman, whose combined age is 50, were on the field at the same time Saturday.

The 31-year-old was most recently in the Turkish top division.

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