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D.C. United’s draw at NYCFC, Minnesota United and New York Red Bulls previews

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D.C. United got a valuable point out of New York City FC, and Filibuster is here to break it down before we all get blown away by possible Hurricanes (unless we defeat them with music). We talk about our feeling on the bunkering draw, how they prevented NYCFC from having many good chances, and how Steven Birnbaum was really really great. We also discuss the terrible performance of Kevin Stott, the lineup with so many people missing and what that means for tomorrow’s game, and check in on Chris Durkin.

In the second segment we talk about both Minnesota United and the New York Red Bulls, breaking down the points that D.C. United is going to need to take from both of them. The team will have the advantage of some missing players coming back, so we also wonder how they might fit back in and what their opponents’ absences will mean for these games. Give it a listen!

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