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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

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4 DC United 0 0 0 0
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D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid to miss six weeks after knee surgery

DC United defender Steve Birnbaum talks about U.S. January camp, MLS Cup playoffs and interest from European clubs.

D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid will miss the next six weeks after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his right knee to repair damage to his lateral meniscus, the club announced on Wednesday.

The recovery period means Hamid is in danger of missing D.C. United's opener against Sporting Kansas City on March 4. Travis Worra is expected to take Hamid's place if the U.S international is unable to play.

The announcement marks the second consecutive year that Hamid has been injured during the offseason.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

2017 MLS SuperDraft concludes with third and fourth rounds

Taylor Twellman catches up with Adrian Heath, who says he drafted the most exciting prospect in the U.S. in Abu Danladi.

The 2017 MLS SuperDraft concluded with the third and fourth rounds on Tuesday.

The first two rounds of the draft took place last week, with Minnesota United selecting forward Abu Danladi with the first pick.

The Colorado Rapids selected forward Jaime Siaj with the first pick of the third round, and his Pfeiffer University teammate Santi Moar went a round later to the Philadelphia Union.

Real Salt Lake and the Montreal Impact decided to pass on their selections beginning in the third round,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Hermann Trophy winner Ian Harkes opts for D.C. United deal - report

Ian Harkes is reportedly in line to sign a homegrown deal with D.C. United.

Hermann Trophy winner Ian Harkes has agreed in principle to sign with D.C United after considering a move to the English Championship, according to The Washington Post.

Harkes, the son of former U.S. international John Harkes, was honored as the top college player earlier this month after leading Wake Forest to the NCAA championship game, which it lost to Stanford on penalties.

The 21-year-old previously played for D.C. United's academy, which makes him eligible to sign a homegrown deal with...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Minnesota United selects striker Abu Danladi first in MLS SuperDraft

Taylor Twellman catches up with Adrian Heath, who says he drafted the most exciting prospect in the U.S. in Abu Danladi.

Minnesota United took UCLA forward Abu Danladi with the first overall pick in Friday's MLS SuperDraft in Los Angeles. The 21-year-old Ghanaian, who moved to the United States in 2011, played three seasons with the Bruins after being named national player of the year at nearby Dunn High School in 2013-14.

"There were two or three kids that we thought were very good players, but we just feel that the upside on this kid, the sky is the limit for him," Minnesota coach Adrian Heath, who was Orlando...