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ESPN is certainly playing its way into our hearts with its promotion for the last World Cup it'll be airing for a while. Here's their latest interpretation on the American Outlaws' "I Believe" chant.

Watch B&RU's own blazindw on this week's Unmarked

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Another great offering from Lee and Molly and their team at D.C. United. This week's episode looks at US supporters, several of whom work for the club and one of whom - the president of the American Outlaws DC chapter, in fact - is B&RU's own Donald Wine II. Definitely watch this.

Michael Seaton goal vs. Serbia, 5/26/14

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Via the always excellent Charlie Boehm, video of Michael Seaton's goal against Serbia Monday afternoon.

TED Talk from D.C. United alum John Wilson

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Via the MLS Players Union, former D.C. United (and current Charleston Battery) defender John Wilson on The Joy of Sport.

Ben Olsen...Unmarked

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Ben Olsen all mic'd up during the DC-NY game. On a side note, to see the US Open Cup package and now this (presumably) recurring series, a word of praise to Lee Burrows, the video producer of this material, on the improved quality of these videos.

RFK Stadium gets destroyed in new X-Men Trailer

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In a case of getting kicked when you're down, the newest trailer for the new X-Men movie features the typical explosions and dramatic music that is par for the course of any action movie. What is not typical, however, is your local soccer team's dilapidated stadium being destroyed (or starting to be destroyed) in said trailer. Honestly, I'm actually kind of suprised they think that RFK Stadium would make it that far into the future.

The real EJ, a guy with a good heart on his sleeve, plus Parke, also Caskey

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http://levyllc.com/americanfootball/

In the extras is a great segment on Jeff Parke as well, a tremendous guy who is missed greatly in Seattle. The film itself is the most thorough doc on an MLS team, but also any pro team, ever produced. Abraços, to EJ and Jeff, and Alex.

History Friday: Remembering the Washington Whips

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While the Washington Diplomats, affectionately known as the Dips, get all of the fame, the first member of the old NASL from the District of Columbia were the Washington Whips. In 1967, the year before the NASL was founded, the Whips were the imported version of Aberdeen FC and played in the United Soccer Association. That season, the entire 12 team league were foreign teams playing under American names. After playing the inaugural season of the NASL, the Whips folded, but their fun name (and even better logo) live on. Watch the video to see some more pictures from their brief history.

Even more D.C. United previews

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If you want to hear me talk about D.C. United even more, you can watch me on World Soccer Radio! It will also be archived here if you want to view it later.

The Real Eddie Johnson

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http://vimeo.com/ondemand/americanfootball

Very interesting soccer film, perspective on MLS and Eddie Johnson. Either love or hate him. Amazing Sigi Schmid tirade.

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