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Ian Harkes: Same last name, new face for D.C. United

John Harkes’ son looks to make his own name at RFK Stadium

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Andy Najar returns after 7 months due to injury

Come on @Andy_Najar1993 ! #RSCA #COYM #ANDREM — RSC Anderlecht (@rscanderlecht) November 27, 2016 Earlier in the week former D.C. United homegrown player Andy Najar got some playing time with Anderlecht's U21 team, scoring a goal and an assist. He came on for the first team in the 56th minute of Anderlecht's 7-0(!) win over Royal Excel Mouscron for his first senior team minutes since April's ACL injury. Bienvenido a tu equipo Andy!

Perry Kitchen named team captain for Hearts

The former DCU midfielder winning hearts and minds...for Hearts.

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Fabian Espindola's first goal with Club Necaxa

In his fifth game, Fabian Espindola's first goal for Necaxa (in the 43rd minute) is enough for the Rayos to hold on and win 2-1 over Santos Laguna. With the win Necaxa are currently 9th in the 2016 Apertura.

Halsti talks about time with DCU

The former United midfielder gave details about his time in the District in an email exchange with Black and Red United

Davies' cancer scare is difficult, not impossible.

Few things surrounding the forward can be, in all honesty.

Quaranta inducted to Maryland Soccer Hall of Fame

Tino becomes the latest Black-and-Red alum to receive such an honor.

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Eddie Johnson visits D.C. United Academy team

The D.C. United Academy youth team is in Chicago competing at the 2016 Generation Adidas Cup, and before their match today they received a nice little pep talk from Eddie Johnson. The recently retired Johnson was able to share a few words of encouragement and pose for a picture with the team before their match. I don't know about you, but if a former U.S. international stopped by to wish me luck when I was a kid, I would have scored 11 goals. A nice gesture by EJ and a great moment for those kids!

Marco Etcheverry to be inducted into D.C. Sports Hall of Fame

Felicitaciones al Diablo!

Clyde Simms Update:"I finally feel like me again."

Continued good news from Our Friend Clyde.

Shanosky signs with Louisville City

The former D.C. United center back signs with Louisville City FC.

Bryan Namoff's suit will not go to trial

D.C. United will not be going through a jury trial this February.

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Interview with Dejan Jakovic on his move to Japan

Red Nation, a Canadian soccer site, catches up with former D.C. United central defender Dejan Jakovic. He talks about his transition to Japan, comparisons between the J-League and MLS, why he left MLS and D.C. United to go overseas, and much more.

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Cristian Fernandez signs for UD Las Palmas in Spain's Segunda Division

We now know where Cristian Fernandez has landed after leaving D.C. United: US Las Palmas, a team in the Spanish Segunda Division. They are also one of two teams in that division that are based in the Canary Islands, about 2000 kilometers from Madrid.

Flown The Nest: United First Team Alumni News

It’s been a busy few days for Andy Najar, while Dejan Jakovic’s Japanese side are slipping badly in the J-League in our regular roundup of former Black-and-Red players.

Flown The Nest: United Alumni News and Notes

Dejan Jakovic and Andy Najar enjoy differing fortunes with Shimizu S-Pulse and Anderlecht respectively, Freddy Adu buys a watch and more!

Flown The Nest: United Academy Alumni News

Spring season wraps up for NCAA soccer teams across the country, featuring a number of former D.C. United academy standouts.

Flown The Nest: United Alumni News and Notes

The Black-and-Red’s second pick in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft signs with Sporting Kansas City, Branko Boskovic impresses in Austria and much more!

Flown The Nest: Academy Alumni News and Notes

Despite the recent poor weather, plenty of former Black-and-Red academy players are busy with spring exhibition matches and other happenings at college

Flown The Nest: United Alumni News and Notes

In this week’s news about former Black-and-Red players, John Thorrington has been hired by the MLS Players’ Union, Brandon McDonald has a new club and much more!

Flown The Nest: United Alumni News and Notes

Former Black-and-Red midfielder Shawn Kuykendall sadly lost his battle with thymus cancer on March 12, after being diagnosed on July 20 last year.

Flown The Nest: United Academy Alumni News & Notes

Our weekly roundup of alumni news is back, focusing this time on the Black-and-Red’s former academy talents now playing in the college ranks.

Flown the Nest: United Alumni News

Dejan Jakovic makes his first appearance in Japan, James Riley arrives at the sixth MLS club of his career, Andy Najar could return to RFK Stadium in May, and much more!

Quaranta to coach the USL PDL's Baltimore Bohs

Former D.C. United winger Santino Quaranta has been announced as the new head coach of the Baltimore Bohemians.

United Abroad: Alumni News for January 2014

Clyde Simms calls it a career, Long Tan goes on trial with the Sounders, Hamdi Salihi turns down a Ligue 1 trial, and more!

United Abroad: Alumni News & Notes for Dec 2013

Doe and DeRo have found new homes while Salihi, Fred, and Freddy Adu still search for a job.

United Abroad: November 2013

Revs decline Davies' option, Bahia not keeping Adu around, and DeRo may consider playing outside of MLS in 2014.

Bahia will not extend Freddy Adu's contract

Adu's current club has elected to not extend his contract making him a free agent in December. Now what?

United Abroad: Alumni News for October 2013

Alumni News & Notes for October 2013. Featuring Najar, Adu, Erpen, Francis Doe, and others.

Christian Castillo life ban for match fixing

Former D.C. United player Christian Castillo has been banned for life by FIFA for match fixing. Rumored MLS target Roldofo Zelaya's punishment has not yet been announced.

Robbie Russell adjusts to anonymity at Georgetown

See what the former RSL and D.C. United fullback is up to on the Hilltop.

United Abroad: Alumni News & Notes for Sept 2013

Freddy Adu earns his first start, Boskovic gets benched, and Luciano Emilio returns to the DMV to start his own academy.


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