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D.C. United opens Audi Field and Wayne Rooney debuts: Filibuster podcast

We look back on a momentous night for the Black-and-Red

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D.C. United’s first game at Audi Field has actually happened, and it was a win! Jason, Ben, and Adam talk about all of our feelings about the new stadium, warts and all, and hope that the warts will be quickly ironed out. We also talk about the issues between the team and two of its supporters’ groups, which was noticeable on game day, and talk about how we hope that the situation can be worked out.

In the second segment, we talk about the game! We talk about Yamil Asad’s first goal at Audi Field, before breaking down all aspects of Wayne Rooney’s debut and what it meant for the team. We also had to talk about the defense and how there aren’t as many people who can win headers as in years past. Finally, we talk about what this win means for the season and where the team can go from here. Give it a listen!

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00:00:33.492 Intro

00:07:15.891 New stadium!

00:27:42.297 Supporter’s Groups

00:49:49.549 D.C. United versus Vancouver Whitecaps

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