WASHINGTON — Chris Rolfe didn't dwell on leaving the only MLS club he's ever known. Didn't have time to, really. After being told Wednesday he had been traded from the Chicago Fire to D.C. United, he found himself on a plane to the nation's capital a few hours later.
Following two training sessions with his new team, Rolfe came on as a 63rd-minute substitute against the New England Revolution on Saturday at RFK Stadium — the same venue where he faced United as a member of the Fire seven days earlier — and scored the stoppage-time clincher in D.C.'s 2-0 triumph.
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