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The end of RFK Stadium and D.C. United’s 2017 season: Filibuster

Two things have reached the end of the line

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Filibuster is feeling nostalgic today, and for obvious reasons. Jason, Ben, and Adam spend much of the episode talking about the send-off for RFK Stadium and less about the game between D.C. United and the New York Red Bulls. We start with the Legends Game that happened before the MLS watch, and talk with warmth and fondness about the players who were there. We also discuss the sneaky competition between Dwayne De Rosario and Louis Crayton in that game. We read some of your emails about your RFK memories, and also discuss how much this building has meant over the years.

In the second segment, we talk a little bit about the game and how much we enjoyed that goal, set up by Russell Canouse and Zoltan Stieber, and finished by Luciano Acosta and Paul Arriola. We dive in specifically on Canouse before talking about the departure of Bill Hamid and the team’s rebuild for next year. Give it a listen!

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