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Breaking down D.C. United’s midfield, plus Atlanta United and Houston Dynamo: Filibuster

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And we welcome back Alicia Tolar!

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D.C. United has now played in the most attended MLS game of all time, and Filibuster is here to talk about the result against Atlanta United. We discuss the play of the midfield and how much it concerns us, the performance of the new acquisitions and what that means for the rest of the season, and how the team isn’t able to win turnovers. We keep at it with the central midfield, before taking a look at the other positions and see how we feel 2 games in.

In the second segment we welcome back goat-enthusiast Alicia Tolar of Dynamo Theory to talk about D.C. United’s home game (at the SoccerPlex!) against the Houston Dynamo. We discuss their midfield, Rommel Quioto in particular, Phillipe Senderos, DeMarcus Beasley, their goalkeeping situation, and much, much more. Give it a listen!

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