D.C. United has struggled for most of the 2020 MLS season and has made a coaching change in response to its disappointing run of matches. The club announced Thursday that it has fired head coach Ben Olsen and (…)
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Group C is among the most unpredictable groups going into the MLS is Back tournament, pitting fierce rivals Toronto FC and the Montreal Impact against one another. D.C. United and the New England Revolution (…)
D.C. United and Ben Olsen have agreed to extend the head coach’s contract through the 2021 MLS season, the club announced on Thursday. Olsen is the second-longest tenured coach in MLS behind Sporting (…)
Ben Olsen looks to be staying with D.C. United into the foreseeable future. The 41-year-old has agreed to an extension with the club through 2021, the Washington Post reported. Olsen has been with the (…)
D.C. United have torn through the second half of the season on their way to a playoff berth.
Bill Hamid has been linked with a surprise return to D.C. United, and the team’s head coach did little to dispel the notion that the club is interested in bringing back its former goalkeeping star.
D.C. United’s struggles continued in yet another loss.
D.C. United’s first win of the season was a product of the hard work they have been putting in all year according to head coach Ben Olsen.
D.C. United’s rebuild began during the second half of 2017, and the club is looking to build even more in 2018.
Antonio Nocerino and Ben Olsen have each earned suspensions for the same offense, while D.C. United’s stadium project is nearing its beginning.