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Does that cover it?

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Confiscate the holidays, as well as the shoelaces and belts, reservation on the latter, if you're into the kinda thing.

Recaps of D.C. United's 3-0 loss to FC Dallas by us (with more from us here), MLS (with more from them here), Washington Post and Goal.comBig D Soccer have the hoops covered.

D.C. United makes Andrea Mancini signing official - Black And Red United: Easter morning news dumps are the best.

MLS: 5 goalkeepers that could follow Tim Howard to the Premier League: I don't know if you heard that Tim Howard is coming back to MLS for the Colorado Rapids, but Yahoo! has thoughts on guys who could follow this path as well, like Travis Worra. Totally kidding, it's Bill Hamid.

Douglas Development Proposes 462-Unit Mixed-Use Project For Buzzard Point: Funny how a new stadium brings up construction projects, doesn't it?

Arrieta excited about fresh start with Cosmos after dour time at DC United – Empire of Soccer: Jairo Arrieta is who he is, but apparently he thinks he'll be more than that with the Cosmos after not doing it in D.C. I guess.

Spirit beat Penn State 2-0 in preseason match - Black And Red United: Heart you Crystal Dunn, and Washington Spirit folks.

Guatemala vs. USA, World Cup qualifying: Final score 2-0, Poor showing sees USA fall out of group lead - Stars and Stripes FC: Sometimes you gotta laugh to keep from breaking things.

Colombia vs. USA, 2016 Olympics qualifying: Final score 1-1, All even heading into the deciding leg - Stars and Stripes FC: Former Real Salt Lake man Luis Gil got an early road goal which puts the United States in good shape against Colombia with the second leg in Frisco this week.

Omar Holness suffers a seizure during Real Monarchs match - RSL Soapbox: This was scary to see when it happened, and ICYMI, Matt over at RSL Soapbox was there and relays his thoughts on the matter.

U.S. soccer Hall of Famer is donating his brain for concussion research. The twist? He’s 82.: Steve Goff shares the decision of a hometown soccer legend.

We have a video twin bill. First, examining the shooting philosophy of Martin Scorsese:

Second, our Lot 8 Live video post-game Saturday. Stick around for some yelling by a Screaming Eagle, and more yelling by a security guard.

Lot 8 Live following a painful 3-0 D.C. United loss to FC Dallas

Posted by Black And Red United on Saturday, March 26, 2016