D.C. United starting goalkeeper Bill Hamid had surgery this past Monday to repair a sports hernia, the club announced. The operation, which was performed at The Vincera Institute in Philadelphia, is expected to keep Hamid sidelined for approximately eight weeks as he reaches a full recovery. Hamid shared a photo on Instagram as he begins the road back to match fitness: The 30-year-old goalkeeper heads into the 2021 season with 248 appearances for D.C. United across the last 11 seasons.
We have a bunch of things to talk about, what with D.C. United officially hiring Hernán Losada yesterday, the USWNT (including two new Washington Spirit players) rolling past Colombia, and that’s only a fraction of the news. It’s a lot! D.C. United announces Hernán Losada as new head coach | Black and Red United I’m excited!
Miami — a club co-owned by Neville’s longtime friend, former teammate and current business David Beckham — are entering their second season still searching for an identity. In Year 1, the results of manager Diego Alonso and technical director Paul McDonough’s labor were so unsatisfactory that neither man was retained. In Year 2, the challenge is to evoke more production from, pricey veteran imports Gonzalo Higuain, Rodolfo Pizarro and Gonzalo Higuain while also laying the framework for building ...