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2016 GAME GUIDE PHILADELPHIA UNION v D.C. UNITED (May 20, Talen Energy Stadium, 7 p.m. ET; UniMas) PROBABLE LINEUPS 2016 SEASON RECORDS Union at hom...

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2016 GAME GUIDE

PHILADELPHIA UNION v D.C. UNITED (May 20, Talen Energy Stadium, 7 p.m. ET; UniMas) PROBABLE LINEUPS

2016 SEASON RECORDS Union at home

GP W-L-T PTS GF GA 10 4-3-3 15 14 11 5 3-0-2 11 10 4

United on road

11 3-4-4 13 13 13 4 0-1-3 3 3 6

1 Blake

LEAGUE HEAD-TO-HEAD

12

ALL-TIME (15 meetings): Union 5 wins, 19 goals … United 7 wins, 21 goals … Ties 3 AT UNION (7 meetings): Union 4 wins, 9 goals … United 3 wins, 7 goals … Ties 0

Rosenberry

GOALS SCORED MINUTES PER GOAL

2 Kemp

F 13 69

A 13 69

6 5 2 0

7 2 4 0

6 2 2 2 1 0 0 0

5 3 2 0 1 0 2 0

5 6 2

2 11 0

TYPE OF PLAY

6 5 2 0 0 1 0 0

8 0 3 0 0 0 0 0

OPEN PLAY CROSS CORNER REBOUND PENALTIES DIRECT FROM FREE KICK FREE KICK (INDIRECT) OWN GOALS

5 8 1

2 9 0

INSIDE GOAL AREA INSIDE PENALTY AREA OUTSIDE PENALTY AREA

Pontius

Barnetta

9

11

Saborio

Acosta

12 14

7

DeLeon

Sarvas

32

15

Birnbaum

Boswell

Nyarko

5 Franklin

48 Worra

HOW SCORED

RIGHT FOOT LEFT FOOT HEADERS OTHER

13

10

13 Neagle

UNITED

3 6 2 0

7 Carroll

17

WHERE THE GOALS COME FROM

11 2 1 0

5 Nogueira

28 Gaddis

Sapong

UPCOMING MATCHES UNITED UNION Fri. May 27 at Sporting KC Wed. May 25 at Orlando City Wed. June 1 Seattle Sat. May 28 at Colorado Sat. June 18 at Houston Wed. June 1 Columbus Wed. June 22 New England Sat. June 18 at NYCFC

A 11 82

16 Marquez

Ilsinho

LAST YEAR (MLS): 5/17: PHI 1, DC 0 (Pfeffer 93+) 5/30: DC 2, PHI 1 (Pontius 46+; Rolfe 85 – Le Toux 5) 7/26: DC 3, PHI 2 (Saborio 37; DeLeon 66; Espindola 79 – Sapong 1; Le Toux 4)

F 14 64

15 Yaro

25

UNION

ROSTERS

REFEREE: Jaime Herrera. AR1 (bench): Adam Garner; AR2 (opposite): Claudio Badea; 4th: Juan Guzman DISCIPLINARY SITUATION SUSPENDED: none WARNINGS (suspended next yellow card): DC: Sean Franklin

DISABLED LIST / INJURED RESERVE

PHILADELPHIA UNION 1 Andre Blake (GK) 2 Warren Creavalle (MF) 3 Taylor Washington (DF) 4 Ken Tribbett (DF) 5 Vincent Nogueira (MF) 6 Roland Alberg (MF) 7 Brian Carroll (MF) 8 Maurice Edu (MF) 9 Sebastien Le Toux (FW) 10 Tranquillo Barnetta (MF) 11 Fabian Herbers (MF) 12 Keegan Rosenberry (DF) 13 Chris Pontius (MF) 14 Eric Ayuk (MF) 15 Joshua Yaro (DF) 16 Richard Marquez (DF) 17 C.J. Sapong (FW) 19 Cole Missimo (MF) 20 Walter Restrepo (MF) 22 Leo Fernandes (MF) 23 Anderson (DF) 24 Matt Jones (GK) 25 Ilsinho (MF) 27 John McCarthy (GK) 28 Raymon Gaddis (DF) 33 Fabinho (DF) D.C. UNITED 1 Tally Hall (GK) 2 Taylor Kemp (DF) 4 Markus Halsti (MF) 5 Sean Franklin (DF) 6 Kofi Opare (DF) 7 Marcelo Sarvas (MF) 9 Alvaro Saborio (FW) 10 Fabian Espindola (FW) 11 Luciano Acosta (MF) 12 Patrick Nyarko (FW) 13 Lamar Neagle (MF) 14 Nick DeLeon (MF) 15 Steve Birnbaum (DF) 17 Miguel Aguilar (MF) 18 Chris Rolfe (FW) 20 Jalen Robinson (DF) 22 Chris Korb (DF) 25 Jared Jeffrey (MF) 26 Rob Vincent (MF) 27 Collin Martin (MF) 28 Bill Hamid (GK) 30 Charlie Horton (GK) 32 Bobby Boswell (DF) 33 Julian Buscher (MF) 34 Luke Mishu (DF) 41 Andrea Mancini (FW) 48 Travis Worra (GK) 50 Andrew Dykstra (GK)

DC: Bill Hamid

DISTANCE

(W-L-T) PHI DC

RECORD AT HALFTIME LEAD TIED TRAIL 3-0-1 1-1-2 0-2-0 3-1-1 0-1-2 0-2-1

INTERNATIONAL DUTY none

RECORD WITH FIRST GOAL SCORE ALLOW 4-0-2 0-3-1 3-1-1 0-3-2

THE LAST TIME Home win Road win Home loss Road loss Tie game Shutout for Shutout vs.

PHILADELPHIA UNION Date Score (Gms since) 4/23/2016 PHI 2, NYC 0 3/12/2016 PHI 2, CLB 1 9/12/2015 PHI 1, CLB 2 4/16/2016 PHI 1, SEA 2 5/14/2016 PHI 1, MTL 1 4/23/2016 PHI 2, NYC 0 4/02/2016 PHI 0, CHI 1

GAME-BY-GAME: WON/LOST/TIED Union LWWLWLWTTT United LTTLTWLWTLW

(2) (3) (7) (1) (0) (3) (6)

D.C. UNITED Date Score (Gms since) 5/13/2016 DC 2, NYR 0 8/08/2015 DC 1, MTL 0 5/08/2016 DC 0, NYC 2 3/06/2016 DC 1, LA 4 4/30/2016 DC 1, CHI 1 5/13/2016 DC 2, NYR 0 5/08/2016 DC 0, NYC 2

(0) (9) (1) (3) (2) (0) (1)

TEAM LEADERS UNION G: 5 Sapong A: 2 4 players tied SHT: 31 Sapong SOG: 10 Pontius/Sapong FC: 20 Sapong FS: 26 Sapong OF: 6 Sapong C: 5 Fabinho E: 1 Alberg/Creavalle UNITED G: 4 Saborio A: 3 Acosta/Neagle SHT: 33 Espindola SOG: 13 Espindola FC: 32 Sarvas FS: 28 Sarvas OF: 11 Saborio C: 6 Sarvas E: 1 Sarvas

GOALSCORING RECORD GOALS SCORED IN GAME GP 0 1 2 3 4+ TOT AVG PHI 10 2 3 4 1 0 14 1.40 DC 11 4 4 1 1 1 13 1.18 GOALS ALLOWED IN GAME GP 0 1 2 3 4+ TOT AVG PHI 10 2 5 3 0 0 11 1.10 DC 11 4 4 1 1 1 13 1.18 GOALS BY INTERVALS GOALS SCORED Total 1-15 16-30 31-45 46-60 61-75 76-90 PHI 14 2 4 3 0 3 2 DC 13 1 1 4 1 1 5 GOALS ALLOWED Total 1-15 16-30 31-45 46-60 61-75 76-90 PHI 11 2 1 2 2 1 3 DC 13 2 1 1 4 2 3

PHILADELPHIA UNION v D.C. UNITED

(May 20, Talen Energy Stadium, 7 p.m. ET -- MLS Game 113)

PHILADELPHIA UNION 2016 CAREER No. Player Pos Ht Wt Birthdate Birthplace GP GS G A GP GS G A 1 Andre Blake GK 6-1 170 11/21/1990 Mary Pen, Jamaica 10 10 0 0 17 17 0 0 MF 5-9 168 08/14/1990 Brooklyn, NY 7 6 0 1 90 55 5 4 2 Warren Creavalle 3 Taylor Washington DF 5-10 170 08/16/1993 Somers, NY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DF 6-2 170 08/25/1991 Centennial, CO 5 5 0 0 5 5 0 0 4 Ken Tribbett 5 Vincent Nogueira MF 5-7 140 01/16/1988 Besancon, France 7 7 1 0 63 57 8 3 6 Roland Alberg MF 5-11 160 08/06/1990 Hoorn, Netherlands 8 4 0 0 8 4 0 0 MF 5-10 153 07/20/1981 Springfield, VA 8 7 0 0 352 329 8 17 7 Brian Carroll MF 5-11 187 04/18/1986 San Bernardino, CA 0 0 0 0 91 90 9 5 8 Maurice Edu FW 6-0 155 01/10/1984 Mont-Saint-Aignan, France 10 6 2 2 225 184 56 52 9 Sebastien Le Toux Tranquillo Barnetta MF 5-10 164 05/22/1985 St. Gallen, Switzerland 7 4 1 2 18 13 2 5 10 MF 5-11 172 08/17/1993 Ahaus, Germany 9 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 11 Fabian Herbers 12 Keegan Rosenberry DF 5-8 163 12/11/1993 Harrisburg, PA 10 10 1 0 10 10 1 0 MF 6-0 170 05/12/1987 West Covina, CA 10 10 4 2 162 136 35 19 13 Chris Pontius Eric Ayuk MF 5-7 150 02/17/1997 Yaounde, Cameroon 0 0 0 0 28 14 2 2 14 15 Joshua Yaro DF 5-11 163 11/18/1994 Kumasi, Ghana 5 5 0 0 5 5 0 0 Richard Marquez DF 6-2 185 05/26/1992 Panoma, CA 9 9 0 0 30 29 0 0 16 17 C.J. Sapong FW 6-1 185 12/27/1988 Manassas, VA 10 10 5 1 147 99 34 14 19 Cole Missimo MF 5-10 160 02/15/1993 Dallas, TX 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 Walter Restrepo MF 5-8 169 06/21/1988 San Diego, CA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 Leo Fernandes MF 6-1 179 12/23/1991 Sao Paulo, Brazil 6 2 0 1 26 12 2 2 23 Anderson DF 6-1 179 10/24/1989 Caravelas, Brazil 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 24 Matt Jones GK 6-3 180 05/11/1986 Stoke-on-Trent, England 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 Ilsinho MF 5-10 189 10/12/1985 Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil 7 4 0 0 7 4 0 0 27 John McCarthy GK 6-3 192 07/04/1992 Philadelphia, PA 0 0 0 0 11 11 0 0 28 Raymon Gaddis DF 5-7 148 01/13/1990 Indianapolis, IN 3 2 0 0 114 111 0 4 33 Fabinho DF 5-7 169 03/16/1985 Ariquemes, Brazil 8 8 0 2 67 60 2 9 ON LOAN Michael Lahoud MF 5-8 162 09/15/1986 Freetown, Sierra Leone 0 0 0 0 122 86 2 8 HEAD  COACH  :  Jim Curtin

06/23/1979 W21 L25 T16

D.C. UNITED 2016 CAREER No. Player Pos Ht Wt Birthdate Birthplace GP GS G A GP GS G A 1 Tally Hall GK 6-4 215 05/12/1985 Seatac, WA 0 0 0 0 153 153 0 1 Taylor Kemp DF 5-11 153 07/23/1990 Highlands Ranch, CO 11 11 0 0 59 54 2 8 2 4 Markus Halsti MF 6-1 185 03/19/1984 Helsinki, Finland 0 0 0 0 14 12 0 0 Sean Franklin DF 5-10 160 03/21/1985 Panorama City, CA 11 11 0 0 224 212 7 24 5 6 Kofi Opare DF 6-2 190 10/12/1990 Mampong, Ghana 1 1 0 0 31 29 2 0 MF 5-10 155 10/16/1981 Sao Paulo, Brazil 9 9 0 1 122 110 11 21 7 Marcelo Sarvas 9 Alvaro Saborio FW 6-0 170 03/25/1982 San Carlos, Costa Rica 8 3 4 2 147 124 71 15 Fabian Espindola FW 5-9 160 05/04/1985 San Luis, Argentina 8 5 3 0 205 171 63 35 10 11 Luciano Acosta FW 5-3 130 05/31/1994 Buenos Aires, Argentina 11 6 1 3 11 6 1 3 MF 6-0 160 01/15/1986 Kumasi, Ghana 10 10 3 1 206 158 22 40 12 Patrick Nyarko 13 Lamar Neagle MF 5-11 165 05/07/1987 Tacoma, WA 11 11 2 3 150 108 30 22 MF 5-10 170 07/17/1990 Phoenix, AZ 10 10 0 0 124 114 12 15 14 Nick DeLeon 15 Steve Birnbaum DF 6-1 180 01/23/1991 Irvine, CA 10 10 0 0 53 52 2 0 Miguel Aguilar MF 5-9 172 08/30/1993 Juarez, Mexico 5 0 0 0 22 4 0 0 17 18 Chris Rolfe FW 5-8 155 01/17/1983 Kettering, OH 9 9 0 1 239 208 64 33 Jalen Robinson DF 5-9 145 05/08/1994 Cantonsville, MD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 22 Chris Korb DF 5-9 160 10/08/1987 Cleveland, OH 0 0 0 0 105 96 0 10 25 Jared Jeffrey MF 5-11 165 06/14/1990 Richardson, TX 5 2 0 0 27 15 2 0 26 Rob Vincent MF 5-10 175 10/26/1990 Liverpool, England 5 1 0 0 5 1 0 0 27 Collin Martin MF 5-11 150 11/09/1994 Chevy Chase, MD 0 0 0 0 13 6 0 1 28 Bill Hamid GK 6-3 225 11/25/1990 Annandale, VA 0 0 0 0 140 140 0 1 30 Charlie Horton GK 6-5 210 09/14/1994 London, England 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 Bobby Boswell DF 6-2 185 03/15/1983 Austin, TX 11 11 0 0 336 332 16 12 33 Julian Buscher MF 5-10 170 04/22/1993 Dolmen, Germany 5 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 34 Luke Mishu DF 6-0 180 06/26/1991 Knoxville, TN 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 41 Andrea Mancini FW 5-10 174 08/13/1992 Genoa, Italy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 48 Travis Worra GK 6-3 175 04/09/1993 Lancaster, PA 10 10 0 0 11 10 0 0 50 Andrew Dykstra GK 6-4 195 01/02/1986 Honolulu, HI 1 1 0 0 31 31 0 1 HEAD  COACH: Ben Olsen

05/03/1977 W67 L81 T45

PHILADELPHIA UNION vs D.C. UNITED TALEN ENERGY STADIUM, Chester, Pa. May 20, 2016 (WEEK 12, MLS Game #113) 7 p.m. ET (UniMás / UDN) Heineken Rivalry Week kicks off on Viernes de Fútbol which a clash of I-95 rivals, as D.C. United make the short trip north to face Philadelphia Union at Talen Energy Stadium. The teams are separated by just two points in the tight Eastern Conference. Union return home off a third consecutive draw, now undefeated in their last four matches, following a 1-1 result at the Montréal Impact last weekend. United hit the road after bouncing back with a win in another rivalry match, defeating the New York Red Bulls 2-0 last Friday at RFK Stadium. REFEREE: Jaime Herrera. AR1 (bench): Adam Garner; AR2 (opposite): Claudio Badea; 4th: Juan Guzman MLS Career: 1 game; FC/gm: 28.0; Y/gm: 2.0; R: 1; pens: 0 SUSPENDED: none WARNINGS: SUSPENDED NEXT YELLOW CARD: DC: Sean Franklin SUSPENDED AFTER TWO YELLOW CARDS: DC: Luciano Acosta, Steve Birnbaum, Marcelo Sarvas DISABLED LIST: DC: Bill Hamid INTERNATIONAL ABSENCES: none HEAD-TO-HEAD ALL-TIME (15 meetings): Union 5 wins, 19 goals … United 7 wins, 21 goals … Ties 3 AT UNION (7 meetings): Union 4 wins, 9 goals … United 3 wins, 7 goals … Ties 0 RETURN MATCHES: 7/9: Philadelphia Union vs. D.C. United, 7 p.m. ET; 8/6: D.C. United vs. Philadelphia Union, 7 p.m. ET LAST YEAR (MLS): 5/17: PHI 1, DC 0 (Pfeffer 93+) 5/30: DC 2, PHI 1 (Pontius 46+; Rolfe 85 – Le Toux 5) 7/26: DC 3, PHI 2 (Saborio 37; DeLeon 66; Espindola 79 – Sapong 1; Le Toux 4)  United won the final two league meetings between the teams last season, both wins coming at RFK Stadium, a 2-1 win on May 30 and a 3-2 victory July 26. United have won the last three home regular season meetings between the teams; Union’s last victory in Washington came April 21, 2013.  Union won the only meeting between the teams last year in Chester, a 1-0 victory on May 10, which snapped a three-game winless streak overall in league play in the series.  The teams also met in the U.S. Open Cup last year, with a 10-man Union scoring a pair of second-half goals for a 2-1 win in a fifth-round match in Chester. The teams have met four of the last five years in the U.S. Open Cup, each winning twice.  Coaches record: Jim Curtin vs. DC: P4 W1 L3 D0 … Ben Olsen vs. PHI: P14 W7 L4 D3 PHILADELPHIA UNION Philadelphia Union reached their third consecutive draw, going to the Montréal Impact and coming away with a 1-1 result on Saturday afternoon at Stade Saputo. Union are in third place in the Eastern Conference with 15 points from 10 games. LAST MATCH  The Impact went ahead after just three minutes. A corner kick was cleared out only as far as Didier Drogba at the top of the box, and he thumped home an effort inside the left post.  But Union countered with the equalizer in the 24th minute, C.J. Sapong collecting a pass from Sebastien Le Toux from the right and drilling home a shot from inside the area.  Union manager Jim Curtin made two changes to the team that came back for a 2-2 result with the LA Galaxy at Talen Energy Stadium. Raymon Gaddis came back into the team for Fabinho at fullback, and Warren Creavalle started in the midfield for Brian Carroll.  PHILADELPHIA UNION (4-2-3-1): Andre Blake - Keegan Rosenberry, Joshua Yaro, Richard Marquez, Raymon Gaddis - Vincent Nogueira (Brian Carroll 74), Warren Creavalle - Sebastien Le Toux, Tranquillo Barnetta (Roland Alberg 85), Chris Pontius (Fabian Herbers 66) - C.J. Sapong. TEAM NEWS  Union extended their overall undefeated run to four matches, which dates back to April 23, with the third consecutive draw. The result also snapped a two-game road losing streak.

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"Your typical battle for the top of the conference," Union manager Jim Curtin said. "I thought they had the better of the play in the first half. I thought we pushed the game in the second half. We probably had the better of the chances in the second half, so I think overall a point is a fair result. C.J. Sapong netted his fifth goal of the season, his first since April 23. It was the first goal Sapong has scored away from Talen Energy Stadium this season. Sebastien Le Toux collected his second assist of the season, his first also coming April 23, when he assisted on Sapong’s last goal. Chris Pontius was credited with an assist, his second of the season, the first since March 20. Pontius has two goals and an assist over his last four games, dating back to April 23. “I think you grow from every game you play in. Whether it’s against the elite; yeah, you get a little more confidence,” Curtin said. “We win and lose as a team and we draw as a team as well. I thought that the guys put a ton into today, and we’re happy with the result.” Andre Blake was credited with five saves for the match, having played every minute in goal for Union this season. Union have allowed 11 goals through their 10 matches this season, the second-fewest total goals conceded by a team in MLS this season. “Yes, he makes the incredible save, the diving save to bail us out in the big spots,” Curtin said. “But the amount of times when there's a cross that looks like trouble and he comes out with those long arms and just kind of takes it out of the air – it makes the center backs’ job easier. … When you go and attack the ball, there’s collisions, there's different things, so Andre's a nice warm blanket back there who does a good job for us. He not only saves what he's supposed to save, he also makes the exceptional save that gets you points.” Said defender Keegan Rosenberry: “There are positives, but at the same time I think we can improve, and we can score more goals as well. This team is on a good way about right now, and the challenge is to maintain the consistent performances in the way we have been performing.”

D.C. UNITED D.C. United snapped their brief winless streak after two matches, defeating the New York Red Bulls 2-0 on Friday evening at RFK Stadium. United are in a tie for fifth place in the Eastern Conference with 13 points from 11 games. LAST MATCH  The hosts opened the scoring 20 minutes in, as Patrick Nyarko set up Marcelo Sarvas with a perfect through ball into the box, and Sarvas then sent a low cross through the box to Alvaro Saborio, who tapped it into an open net.  The lead was doubled two minutes before halftime as Nyarko added a goal, poking home Lamar Neagle's cross from the right flank from close range.  United head coach Ben Olsen made no changes to the team that fell 2-0 to New York City FC at RFK Stadium.  D.C. UNITED (4-4-2): Travis Worra - Sean Franklin, Steve Birnbaum, Bobby Boswell, Taylor Kemp - Patrick Nyarko, Nick DeLeon, Marcelo Sarvas, Lamar Neagle (Jared Jeffrey 63) - Luciano Acosta (Julian Buscher 74), Alvaro Saborio (Fabian Espindola 89). TEAM NEWS  United snapped a two-game winless slide, with a loss and a draw in that time, in the win against their bitter rivals in the Red Bulls.  “You’re pleased [at the win],” said United head coach Ben Olsen, “but the message is – that’s what we can do. We can’t wait for it to be New York, the Red Bulls [in front of] a packed house. It’s not all on them. It’s on me too. We have to keep as high a standard as possible for each game.”  Said defender Sean Franklin: “It’s a rivalry. It’s a team that we hate, and they hate us. It was a good game for us to play tonight, bouncing back from our loss against NYCFC. It was just a good performance – we talked about how we can’t be giving up points at home, how we needed a statement game, and I think tonight was the perfect night for it.”  United have alternated wins and losses in their last six home matches, dating back to March 26. United have a .500 record at RFK Stadium (3-3-1), one of just four teams at .500 or below on their home ground.  “Maybe we’re putting too much pressure on ourselves and just being inconsistent. A third of the season has gone by, but this is the time that teams usually get that rhythm, intensity and discover their identities and hopefully we’ve discovered ours now,” said Patrick Nyarko. “We cannot afford to be inconsistent and this is how we need to play game in and game out, win, lose or draw. This is the output we need on the field and the rest will take care of itself.”  Nyarko collected his third goal of the season, his second over the last three matches, and also added his first assist of the season, the seventh time in his MLS career he’s had at least one goal and one assist in the same game.  Alvaro Saborío scored his fourth goal of the season, all coming in the last six matches, dating back to April 9. Saborío also added an assist, his second in the last four matches, the eighth time in his MLS career he’s had at least one goal and one assist in the same game (the second this season).

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“We pride ourselves on defending well first and we defend and attack together, so once we got them off of their rhythm and won balls, we could break and go forward,” Nyarko said. “I think that’s one of our best attributes, just to break and go forward and we executed that well. A few chances went by, but in the first half we were perfect and in the second half we were just trying to see the game on.” Travis Worra was credited with five saves in making the shutout, matching his single-game high in his brief MLS career (also: April 2 vs. San Jose). It was his fourth shutout in his 11th career appearance. “[Worra] bailed us out once or twice,” said Olsen. “That’ll be understated in this whole deal. I felt, again, [the saves were] huge. The game’s still about moments and he made two for us that kept us in there, kept the lead in the first half. Said Worra: “In the run of play, as a goalkeeper, when you make a big save – I don’t even recognize it as a big save. I just recognize it as keeping the ball out of the net. “

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2016 PHILADELPHIA UNION STATISTICS (4-3-3, 15 pts.) UNF 17 13 9 10 12 5 33 22 2 23 1 7 11 25 15 4 28 16 6

POS F M F M D M D M M D G M M M D D D D M

PLAYER C.J. Sapong Chris Pontius Sebastien Le Toux Tranquillo Barnetta Keegan Rosenberry Vincent Nogueira Fabinho Leo Fernandes Warren Creavalle Anderson Andre Blake Brian Carroll Fabian Herbers Ilsinho Joshua Yaro Ken Tribbett Raymon Gaddis Richard Marquez Roland Alberg Own-goals received Team totals Opponent totals

GP 10 10 10 7 10 7 8 6 7 1 10 8 9 7 5 5 3 9 8

GS 10 10 6 4 10 7 8 2 6 1 10 7 0 4 5 5 2 9 4

MIN 892 768 577 401 900 614 655 181 506 90 900 646 98 365 450 450 225 810 292

10 10

10 10

900 900

G 5 4 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 11

A 1 2 2 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHT 31 24 10 7 6 12 3 6 0 1 0 2 5 10 0 3 2 2 10

SOG 10 10 6 2 3 2 1 3 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 1 1

11 11

134 133

46 44

FC 20 3 3 5 3 5 7 3 11 0 0 9 1 6 1 3 3 5 12

FS 26 9 10 15 9 5 3 6 5 2 6 2 5 6 0 7 3 1 10

OFF 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

CK 0 1 3 26 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 13

C 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

100 137 137 100

8 12

52 50

12 18

2 2

GAME-WINNING GOALS: Chris Pontius 2, C.J. Sapong 1, Tranquillo Barnetta 1 GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: Tranquillo Barnetta 1, Fabinho 1 PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: Sebastien Le Toux 0-1, Ilsinho 0-1 PHILADELPHIA UNION GOALKEEPING UNF 1

POS G

GOALKEEPER Andre Blake Team totals Opponent totals

GP 10 10 10

GS 10 10 10

MIN SHTS 900 44 900 44 900 46

SV 33 33 31

GA 11 11 14

GAA 1.1 1.1 1.4

PG 0 0 0

PA 0 0 2

W 4 4 3

L 3 3 4

T 3 3 3

SO 2 2 2

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2016 D.C. UNITED STATISTICS (3-4-4, 13 pts.) UNF 9 12 10 13 11 18 7 50 32 25 33 6 17 14 26 5 15 2 48

POS F M F M F F M G D M M D M M M D D D G

PLAYER Alvaro Saborio Patrick Nyarko Fabian Espindola Lamar Neagle Luciano Acosta Chris Rolfe Marcelo Sarvas Andrew Dykstra Bobby Boswell Jared Jeffrey Julian Buscher Kofi Opare Miguel Aguilar Nick DeLeon Rob Vincent Sean Franklin Steve Birnbaum Taylor Kemp Travis Worra Own-goals received Opponent totals Team totals

GP 8 10 8 11 11 9 9 1 11 5 5 1 5 10 5 11 10 11 10

GS 3 10 5 11 6 9 9 1 11 2 0 1 0 10 1 11 10 11 10

MIN 400 734 469 923 518 643 786 90 990 290 76 90 65 900 112 990 900 990 900

11 11

11 11

990 990

G 4 3 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 13

A 2 1 0 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHT 14 13 33 18 13 17 9 0 2 7 2 1 1 14 1 2 7 6 0

SOG 6 5 13 9 4 3 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 4 1 0 0 1 0

14 11

127 160

FC 9 7 4 18 11 7 32 1 9 6 7 0 0 9 0 14 16 16 0

FS 4 25 12 11 13 11 28 0 4 1 3 0 0 6 0 6 0 9 0

OFF 11 1 3 4 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0

CK 0 0 0 23 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 15 0

C 0 1 0 1 3 2 6 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 4 3 1 0

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

40 51

139 166 166 139

33 28

37 43

20 26

0 1

GAA 4 0.9 1.18 1.18

PG 1 0 1 1

GAME-WINNING GOALS: Fabian Espindola 1, Alvaro Saborio 1, Lamar Neagle 1 GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: Patrick Nyarko 1, Marcelo Sarvas 1 PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: Lamar Neagle 1-1, Fabian Espindola 0-1 D.C. UNITED GOALKEEPING UNF 50 48

POS G G

GOALKEEPER Andrew Dykstra Travis Worra Team totals Opponent totals

GP 1 10 11 11

GS 1 10 11 11

MIN SHTS 90 7 900 33 990 40 990 51

SV 3 24 27 37

GA 4 9 13 13

PA 1 0 1 2

W 0 3 3 4

L 1 3 4 3

T 0 4 4 4

SO 0 4 4 4

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PHILADELPHIA UNION 2016 SCHEDULE DAY Sun. Sat. Sun. Sat. Fri. Sat. Sat.

DATE Mar. Mar. Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr.

Sat. Apr. Wed. May Sat. May Fri. May Wed. May Sat. May Wed. June Sat. June Wed. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sun. Sat. Sun. Sat. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sun. Sun.

June June July July July July July Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Sep. Sep. Sep. Sep. Oct. Oct. Oct.

OPPONENT RESULT 6 at FC Dallas L 0-2 12 at Columbus W 2-1 20 New England W 3-0 2 at Chicago L 0-1 8 Orlando City SC W 2-1 16 at Seattle L 1-2 23 New York City W 2-0 FC 30 San Jose T 1-1 11 Los Angeles T 2-2

ATT 14248 17015 17027 12073 15011 39620 18681

W-L-T 0-1-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 2-2-0 3-2-0 3-3-0 4-3-0

16079 17985

4-3-1 4-3-2

2 2

14 at Montreal 20 D.C. United 25 at Orlando City SC 28 at Colorado 1 Columbus 18 at New York City FC 22 Chicago 25 Vancouver 2 at Houston 9 D.C. United 17 New York 23 at Montreal 31 Real Salt Lake 6 at D.C. United 13 at New England 20 Toronto FC 24 at Columbus 27 Sporting KC 3 at Chicago 10 Montreal 17 at Portland 24 at Toronto FC 1 at New York 16 Orlando City SC 23 New York

20801

4-3-3

2

T 1-1

POS PTS NOTES: 9 0 DAL: Castillo (22) Urruti (79) 4 3 PHI: Pontius (46+,71); CLB: Kamara (87) 2 6 PHI: Sapong (18,33) Le Toux (93+); 2 6 CHI: Igboananike (51) 1 9 PHI: Sapong (2) Barnetta (90); ORL: Winter (43) 2 9 PHI: Le Toux (73); SEA: Marshall (41) Morris (71) 1 12 PHI: Pontius (26) Sapong (41); 13 PHI: Pontius (30); SJ: Dawkins (83) 14 PHI: Nogueira (4) Rosenberry (63); LA: Rogers (15) Magee (48) 15 PHI: Sapong (24); MTL: Drogba (3)

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D.C. UNITED 2016 SCHEDULE DAY DATE Sun. Mar. Sat. Sun. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sun.

Mar. Mar. Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. May

Fri. Fri. Fri. Wed. Sat. Wed. Fri.

May May May June June June July

Sat. Sat. Sat. Sun. Sat. Sat. Sun. Wed. Sat. Thu.

July July July July Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Sep.

Sun. Fri. Sat. Wed. Sat. Sun.

Sep. Sep. Sep. Sep. Oct. Oct.

Sun. Oct.

OPPONENT 6 at Los Angeles 12 at New England 20 Colorado 26 FC Dallas 2 at San Jose 9 Vancouver 16 Toronto FC 23 New England 30 at Chicago 8 New York City FC 13 New York 20 at Philadelphia 27 at Sporting KC 1 Seattle 18 at Houston 22 New England 1 at Real Salt Lake 9 at Philadelphia 16 at Columbus 23 at Toronto FC 31 Montreal 6 Philadelphia 13 Portland 21 New York 24 at Montreal 27 Chicago 1 at New York City FC 11 at New York 16 at Chicago 24 Orlando City SC 28 Columbus 1 at Toronto FC 16 New York City FC 23 at Orlando City SC

RESULT L 1-4

ATT 25667

W-L-T 0-1-0

0-0 1-1 0-3 1-1 4-0 0-1 3-0 1-1 0-2

16102 15334 14201 18000 14088 16236 16005 13114 14504

0-1-1 0-1-2 0-2-2 0-2-3 1-2-3 1-3-3 2-3-3 2-3-4 2-4-4

W 2-0

19632

3-4-4

T T L T W L W T L

POS PTS NOTES: 10 0 DC: Neagle (5); LA: Steres (54) Magee (64,87) Keane (83) 8 1 9 2 DC: Espindola (80); COL: Powers (69) 9 2 DAL: Barrios (14,28) Urruti (52) 9 3 DC: Nyarko (34); SJ: Jahn (88) 5 6 DC: Espindola (39,54) Saborio (88,91+); 8 6 TOR: Giovinco (1) 5 9 DC: Neagle (33) Acosta (86) Saborio (90); 5 10 DC: Nyarko (64); CHI: Campbell (41) 7 10 NYC: Villa (49) Shelton (53) 5

13 DC: Saborio (20) Nyarko (43);

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UNION INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAMES (2016)

TEAM HIGH GAMES (2016)

Goals 2 Chris Pontius 2 C.J. Sapong Assists 1 11 times Shots 6 C.J. Sapong Shots on Goal 3 Chris Pontius Fouls Committed 5 Roland Alberg Fouls Suffered 4 7 times Offside 2 C.J. Sapong Saves 8 Andre Blake Shots Faced 10 Andre Blake Goals Allowed 2 Andre Blake 2 Andre Blake 2 Andre Blake

Goals 3 03/20/2016 vs Assists 4 03/20/2016 vs Shots 22 05/11/2016 vs Shots on Goal 9 03/20/2016 vs Fouls Committed 16 03/20/2016 vs Fouls Suffered 19 03/06/2016 vs Corner Kicks 7 04/16/2016 vs Offside 2 05/11/2016 vs 2 05/14/2016 vs Saves 8 03/06/2016 vs Shots Faced 10 03/06/2016 vs Goals Allowed 2 03/06/2016 vs 2 04/16/2016 vs 2 05/11/2016 vs

03/12/2016 vs CLB 03/20/2016 vs NE

W 2-1 W 3-0

03/20/2016 vs NE

W 3-0

04/02/2016 vs CHI

L 0-1

04/23/2016 vs NYC 04/16/2016 vs SEA

W 2-0 L 1-2

03/06/2016 vs DAL

L 0-2

05/14/2016 vs MTL

T 1-1

03/06/2016 vs DAL

L 0-2

03/06/2016 vs DAL

L 0-2

03/06/2016 vs DAL 04/16/2016 vs SEA 05/11/2016 vs LA

L 0-2 L 1-2 T 2-2

NE

W 3-0

NE

W 3-0

LA

T 2-2

NE

W 3-0

NE

W 3-0

DAL

L 0-2

SEA

L 1-2

LA MTL

T 2-2 T 1-1

DAL

L 0-2

DAL

L 0-2

DAL SEA LA

L 0-2 L 1-2 T 2-2

UNITED INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAMES (2016)

TEAM HIGH GAMES (2016)

Goals 2 Alvaro Saborio 2 Fabian Espindola Assists 2 Luciano Acosta Shots 7 Fabian Espindola 7 Fabian Espindola Shots on Goal 7 Fabian Espindola Fouls Committed 5 4 times Fouls Suffered 6 Patrick Nyarko Offside 4 Alvaro Saborio 4 Alvaro Saborio Saves 5 Travis Worra 5 Travis Worra Shots Faced 7 Andrew Dykstra Goals Allowed 4 Andrew Dykstra

Goals 4 04/09/2016 at Assists 4 05/13/2016 at Shots 25 04/09/2016 at Shots on Goal 14 04/09/2016 at Fouls Committed 20 03/12/2016 at Fouls Suffered 17 04/23/2016 at 17 05/08/2016 at Corner Kicks 7 03/20/2016 at Offside 8 05/08/2016 at Saves 5 04/02/2016 at 5 05/13/2016 at Shots Faced 7 03/06/2016 at Goals Allowed 4 03/06/2016 at

04/09/2016 at VAN 04/09/2016 at VAN

W 4-0 W 4-0

04/09/2016 at VAN

W 4-0

03/26/2016 at DAL 04/09/2016 at VAN

L 0-3 W 4-0

04/09/2016 at VAN

W 4-0

03/12/2016 at NE

T 0-0

03/20/2016 at COL

T 1-1

05/08/2016 at NYC 05/13/2016 at NYR

L 0-2 W 2-0

04/02/2016 at SJ 05/13/2016 at NYR

T 1-1 W 2-0

03/06/2016 at LA

L 1-4

03/06/2016 at LA

L 1-4

TEAM LOW GAMES (2016) Shots 6 04/30/2016 vs Shots on Goal 2 03/06/2016 vs 2 04/30/2016 vs Fouls Committed 6 04/08/2016 vs Fouls Suffered 8 03/12/2016 vs Corner Kicks 4 03/06/2016 vs 4 03/12/2016 vs 4 04/08/2016 vs Offside 0 03/06/2016 vs 0 03/12/2016 vs 0 04/02/2016 vs 0 04/16/2016 vs Saves 0 05/11/2016 vs Shots Faced 1 04/23/2016 vs

SJ

T 1-1

DAL SJ

L 0-2 T 1-1

ORL

W 2-1

CLB

W 2-1

DAL CLB ORL

L 0-2 W 2-1 W 2-1

DAL CLB CHI SEA

L W L L

LA

T 2-2

NYC

W 2-0

0-2 2-1 0-1 1-2

TEAM LOW GAMES (2016)

VAN

W 4-0

NYR

W 2-0

VAN

W 4-0

VAN

W 4-0

NE

T 0-0

NE NYC

W 3-0 L 0-2

COL

T 1-1

NYC

L 0-2

SJ NYR

T 1-1 W 2-0

LA

L 1-4

LA

L 1-4

Shots 8 03/12/2016 at Shots on Goal 0 05/08/2016 at Fouls Committed 10 03/26/2016 at 10 04/09/2016 at Fouls Suffered 8 03/06/2016 at Corner Kicks 0 05/08/2016 at Offside 0 03/20/2016 at Saves 0 03/20/2016 at 0 04/30/2016 at Shots Faced 1 03/20/2016 at 1 04/09/2016 at 1 04/30/2016 at

NE

T 0-0

NYC

L 0-2

DAL VAN

L 0-3 W 4-0

LA

L 1-4

NYC

L 0-2

COL

T 1-1

COL CHI

T 1-1 T 1-1

COL VAN CHI

T 1-1 W 4-0 T 1-1

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HEAD-TO-HEAD

UNITED VS UNION ALL-TIME REGULAR-SEASON RESULTS Union 5 wins, 19 goals United 7 wins, 21 goals 3 ties 4/10/2010 8/22/2010 7/2/2011 9/29/2011 6/16/2012 8/19/2012 9/20/2012 4/21/2013 8/10/2013 10/12/2013 5/10/2014 9/27/2014 5/17/2015 5/30/2015 7/26/2015

PHI 3 vs DC DC 2 vs PHI DC 2 vs PHI PHI 3 vs DC DC 1 at PHI DC 1 vs PHI DC 1 at PHI PHI 3 at DC PHI 2 vs DC DC 1 vs PHI DC 1 at PHI DC 1 vs PHI PHI 1 vs DC DC 2 vs PHI DC 3 vs PHI

2 0 2 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 2

(LF) (DC) (DC) (PP) (PP) (DC) (PP) (DC) (PP) (DC) (PP) (DC) (PP) (DC) (DC)

Category Goals Shots Shots on Goal Fouls Offsides Corner Kicks

Union 2 OT 7 0 123 0 40 0 88 0 18 0 46 0

1 12 94 38 73 29 36

Tot 19 217 78 161 47 82

1 10 81 28 93 14 30

United 2 OT 11 0 87 0 39 0 92 0 24 0 34 0

Tot 21 168 67 185 38 64

GOALS SCORED IN 15-MINUTE INTERVALS: DC PHI

1-15

16-30

31-45

46-60

61-75

76-90

OT

Total

2 9

4 1

3 2

3 2

6 1

3 4

0 0

21 19

CAREER COACHING RECORDS: Jim Curtin Ben Olsen

vs. DC vs. PHI

1-3-0 7-4-3

(0.75 pts./game) (1.71 pts./game)

ALL-TIME SERIES LEADERS: Goals Assists Shots Shots on Goal Fouls Committed Fouls Suffered Wins Losses Shutouts Saves Goals Allowed

7 3 24 13 14 16 3 3 1 23 9

Union Sebastien Le Toux Le Toux/Williams Sebastien Le Toux Sebastien Le Toux Brian Carroll Sheanon Williams Zac MacMath Zac MacMath MacMath/Sylvestre Zac MacMath Zac MacMath

2 3 22 9 16 17 6 4 5 53 14

United 6 times Chris Korb Chris Pontius Chris Pontius Perry Kitchen Chris Pontius Bill Hamid Bill Hamid Bill Hamid Bill Hamid Bill Hamid

ALL-TIME SERIES GAME HIGHS:

Assists Shots

Union 3 Sebastien Le Toux (04/10/10) 2 Le Toux/Moreno 8 Conor Casey (08/10/13)

Shots on Goal

5 Conor Casey (08/10/13)

Fouls Committed

4 4 players tied

Fouls Suffered

5 Edu/Moreno

Shutouts

1 MacMath/Sylvestre

Saves Goals Allowed

6 Zac MacMath (08/19/12) 3 Brian Sylvestre (07/26/15)

Goals

United 2 Danny Allsopp (08/22/10) 2 Chris Korb (07/26/15) 7 Fabian Espindola (07/26/15) 3 Danny Allsopp (08/22/10) 5 Jairo Arrieta (05/17/15) 5 Chris Pontius (08/19/12) 1 Bill Hamid/Bill Hamid/Bill Hamid/Bill Hamid/Bill Hamid (09/27/14) 7 Bill Hamid (08/10/13) 3 3 players tied

W-L-T Breakdowns: Philadelphia Union W-L-T At Halftime: Leading Tied Trailing First Goal: Allowed Scored Goals Scored: 0 goals 1 goals 2 goals 3 goals 4 goals Goals Allowed: 0 goals 1 goals 2 goals 3 goals 4 goals

Streak (started)

D.C. United W-L-T

Streak (started)

3-0-1 1-1-2 0-2-0

1 Ts 2 Ts 4 Ls

(04/30/2016) (05/11/2016) (10/03/2015)

3-1-1 0-1-2 0-2-1

3 Ws (04/09/2016) 1 Ls (05/08/2016) 1 Ts (04/30/2016)

0-3-1 4-0-2

1 Ts 2 Ts

(05/14/2016) (04/30/2016)

0-3-2 3-1-1

1 Ls (05/08/2016) 3 Ws (04/09/2016)

0-2-0 0-1-2 3-0-1 1-0-0 0-0-0

3 Ls 2 Ts 1 Ts 1 Ws 0-

(08/29/2015) (04/30/2016) (05/11/2016) (03/20/2016) -

0-3-1 0-1-3 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0

3 3 7 3 3

Ls Ts Ws Ws Ws

(03/26/2016) (03/20/2016) (04/25/2015) (06/03/2015) (08/01/2015)

2-0-0 2-1-2 0-2-1 0-0-0 0-0-0

5 Ws 2 Ts 1 Ts 1 Ls 3 Ls

(08/22/2015) (04/30/2016) (05/11/2016) (10/03/2015) (04/25/2015)

3-0-1 0-1-3 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0

3 1 4 3 2

Ws Ts Ls Ls Ls

(04/09/2016) (04/30/2016) (08/22/2015) (08/13/2015) (10/25/2015)

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UNION CAREER SCORING VS. UNITED (5-7-3) PLAYER

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

Sebastien Le Toux Conor Casey Jack McInerney Michael Farfan Zach Pfeffer Brian Carroll Carlos Ruiz C.J. Sapong Sheanon Williams Fabinho Alejandro Moreno Roger Torres Danny Cruz Jose Kleberson Cristian Maidana Amobi Okugo Andrew Wenger Team totals Opponent totals

11 6 8 6 3 12 1 2 10 5 2 3 7 1 5 9 4 15 15

10 6 5 5 1 12 1 1 10 4 2 2 5 1 5 9 4 15 15

773 491 451 449 95 1035 90 108 889 392 105 138 506 90 440 765 332 1350 1350

7 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 21

3 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 20 16

SHT GOALKEEPER

GP

MIN

SHT

SV

GAA

PG

24 20 18 13 2 5 5 6 8 3 0 3 13 5 8 6 5 217 168

1 8 3 1 2 15 15

90 720 270 90 180 1350 1350

7 32 10 6 12 67 78

4 23 4 4 8 43 60

1.00 1.12 1.67 2.00 2.00 1.40 1.27

0 0 1 0 0 1 0

Rais Mbolhi Zac MacMath Brian Sylvestre Faryd Mondragon Chris Seitz Team totals Opponent totals

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UNITED CAREER SCORING VS. UNION (7-5-3) PLAYER

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

GOALKEEPER

GP

Andy Najar Nick DeLeon Chris Pontius Danny Allsopp Lionard Pajoy Chris Rolfe Dwayne De Rosario Fabian Espindola Perry Kitchen Jaime Moreno Santino Quaranta Alvaro Saborio Luis Silva Josh Wolff Chris Korb Branko Boskovic Austin Da Luz Maicon Santos Taylor Kemp Brandon McDonald Lewis Neal Daniel Woolard Team totals Opponent totals

6 7 10 2 4 4 6 3 13 2 3 1 4 2 10 4 1 2 5 6 5 4 15 15

6 7 8 2 3 4 5 3 13 0 2 1 2 2 9 2 1 1 5 6 3 4 15 15

540 581 755 165 240 346 466 262 1170 51 208 81 162 158 798 172 74 105 433 540 289 340 1350 1350

2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 19

2 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 16 20

6 9 22 5 4 6 15 12 6 3 3 3 9 4 5 1 1 2 2 8 2 0 168 217

Bill Hamid Andrew Dykstra Troy Perkins Team totals Opponent totals

13 1 1 15 15

MIN SHTS 1170 90 90 1350 1350

66 6 6 78 67

SV

GAA

PG

53 4 3 60 43

1.08 2.00 3.00 1.27 1.40

0 0 0 0 1

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CURRENT UNION VS. UNITED (5-7-3)

CURRENT UNITED VS. UNION (7-5-3)

PLAYER

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

PLAYER

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

Sebastien Le Toux C.J. Sapong Maurice Edu Brian Carroll Fabinho Warren Creavalle Michael Lahoud Eric Ayuk Leo Fernandes Raymon Gaddis Richard Marquez Vincent Nogueira Team totals Opponent totals

15 10 11 17 5 5 9 3 1 6 1 5 15 15

13 5 11 17 4 4 4 1 0 6 1 4 15 15

1058 564 990 1479 392 327 425 84 7 508 90 367 1350 1350

7 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 21

3 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 20 16

29 17 11 8 3 3 4 1 0 2 1 7 217 168

Chris Rolfe Fabian Espindola Alvaro Saborio Patrick Nyarko Nick DeLeon Chris Korb Taylor Kemp Marcelo Sarvas Miguel Aguilar Steve Birnbaum Bobby Boswell Andrew Dykstra Sean Franklin Tally Hall Markus Halsti Bill Hamid Jared Jeffrey Collin Martin Lamar Neagle Kofi Opare Team totals Opponent totals

9 8 5 12 7 10 5 3 3 3 13 2 7 10 1 13 2 1 5 1 15 15

9 7 5 10 7 9 5 3 1 3 13 2 5 10 1 13 2 1 4 1 15 15

736 616 441 938 581 798 433 270 94 270 1170 180 522 900 80 1170 180 76 344 90 1350 1350

4 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 19

0 0 0 4 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 20

22 26 12 13 9 5 2 2 1 3 5 0 4 0 0 0 2 1 7 1 168 217

GOALKEEPER

GP

MIN

SHT

SV

GAA

PG

SV

GAA

PG

Team totals Opponent totals

15 15

1350 1350

67 78

43 1.40 60 1.27

1 0

19 53 5 60 43

0.70 1.08 1.50 1.27 1.40

1 0 0 0 1

GOALKEEPER

GP

Tally Hall Bill Hamid Andrew Dykstra Team totals Opponent totals

10 13 2 15 15

MIN SHTS 900 1170 180 1350 1350

27 66 8 78 67

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PHILADELPHIA UNION D.C. UniteD Talen Energy Stadium • Friday, May 20, 2016 • 7:00 p.m. • Unimas

2016 Table (As of May 18)

Match overview

Philadelphia and D.C. United will square off Friday night on national television, in the first edition of MLS’ Heineken Rivalry Week. The two clubs are separated by just two points in the standings. This is the first of three matches between these two rivals in 2016. The clubs meet again at Talen Energy Stadium on July 9, then for a final time in D.C. on August 4. The Union are coming home after earning a well deserved point in Montreal. C.J. Sapong recorded the equalizing goal in the 24th minute. After pressure from both sides the match ended in a 1-1 draw. Philadelphia has earned points in four consecutive matches and have not lost at Talen Energy Stadium since Sept. 12, 2015. D.C. United will enter the match looking to continue their run of play after defeating the New York Red Bulls on Friday, May 13. The club is lead by Costa Rican forward Alvaro Saborio. In eight appearances in 2016 he has recorded four goals tying his mark from last season. Philadelphia is in third place in the Eastern Conference with 15 points, but lead the conference in points-per-game with 1.5 as of May 18. Chris Pontius will draw a lot of attention in Friday’s contest. The veteran spent the first seven year of his career playing in D.C. before being traded to Philadelphia in the offseason. This year Pontius has already surpassed his goal and assist total from last year. After their contest with D.C. United, the Union will take their talents on the road. The club meets up with Orlando City SC in a Eastern Conference clash Wednesday May 25. Philadelphia will then fly straight to Colorado to take on the Rapids. Colorado current sits in first place in the Western Conference.

EXPECTED STARTING LINEUP Sapong Pontius

Ilsinho

Barnetta Carroll

Nogueira

Gaddis

Rosenberry Marquez

Yaro Blake

1

Eastern 1. Montréal 2. NYCFC 3. Philadelphia 4. Toronto FC 5. D.C. United 6. New England 7. Orlando City SC 8. NYRB 9. Columbus 10. Chicago

P/GD/STK 16/+2/ D4 16/+1/ W3 15/+3/ D3 14/2/ L1 13/0/ W1 13/-5/W1 11/1/ L1 10/-7/ L1 10/-3/ D2 7/-4/ L1



Fixtures

DATE 03/06 03/12 03/20 04/02 04/08 04/16 04/23 04/30 05/11 05/14 05/20 05/25 05/28 06/01 06/18 06/22 06/25 07/02 07/09 07/17 07/23 07/31 08/06 08/13 08/20 08/24 08/27 09/03 09/10 09/17 09/24 10/01 10/16 10/23

OPPONENT @ FC Dallas @ Columbus New England @ Chicago Fire Orlando SC @ Seattle New York City FC San Jose L.A. Galaxy @ Montréal D.C. United @ Orlando SC @ Colorado Columbus SC @ New York City FC Chicago Vancouver @Houston D.C. United New York @ Montréal Real Salt Lake @ D.C. United @ New England Toronto FC @ Columbus Kansas City @ Chicago Montréal @ Portland @ Toronto @ New York Orlando City SC New York

Time L 2-0 W 2-1 W 3-0 L 1-0 W 2-1 L 2-1 W 2-0 T 1-1 T 2-2 5:00 7:00 7:30 9:00 7:00 1:00 7:00 7:00 9:00 7:00 7:00 7:30 7:00 7:00 7:30 7:00 7:30 7:00 8:30 7:00 6:00 5:00 7:00 5:00 4:00

INJURY REPORT Out: Maurice Edu -- Left tibia stress fracture Questionable: Illsinho -- Left quad strain Vincent Nogueira -- Obligue strain

Western 1. Colorado 2. FC Dallas 3. Vancouver 4. LA Galaxy 5. San Jose 6. Real Salt Lake 7. Sporting KC 8. Seattle 9. Portland 10. Houston

RECORD 0-1-0 (0) 1-1-0 (3) 2-1-0 (6) 2-2-0 (6) 3-2-0 (9) 3-3-0 (9) 4-3-0 (12) 4-3-1 (13) 4-3-2 (14) 4-3-3 (15)

P/GD/STK 24/+6/D1 23/0/W2 20/0/W2 19/12/ D1 18/1/ W1 17/0/ L2 17/-1/ W1 13/-2/ L1 12/-5/ L3 11/-1/ W1

TV NETWORK 14,248 17,015 17,027 12,073 15,011 39,620 18,681 16,079 17,985 20,801 Univision CSN TCN TCN TCN TCN CSN TCN TCN FS1 TCN CSN TCN TCN TCN TCN TCN TCN TCN TCN TCN TCN TCN TCN

Broadcast Info TV: Unimas Play-by-Play: Luis Omar-Tapia Analyst: Alejandro Berry Field Reporter:: Xavier Soul Kickoff: 7 p.m. EST

PHILADELPHIA UNION VS. Montreal Union VS. D.C. United

2016 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Sapong (5) 4 Tied With (2) Sapong (31) Sapong/Pontius (10) Pontius (2) Fabinho/Barnetta (1) Sapong (20) Sapong (26) Fabinho (5) Creavalle/Alberg (1) Blake (1.10) Blake (4) Blake (2) Blake (33)

GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL GAME-WINNING GOALS GAME-WINNING ASSISTS FOULS COMMITTED FOULS SUFFERED CAUTIONS EJECTIONS GOALS AGAINST AVG. WINS SHUTOUTS SAVES

Saborio (4) Acosta/Neagle (3) Espindola (33) Espindola (13) 3 Tied With (2) Nyarko/Sarvas (1) Sarvas (32) Sarvas (28) Sarvas (6) Sarvas (1) Worra (0.90) Worra (3) Worra (4) Worra (24)

PHI 19 20 217 78 5 6 161 185 21 1 5 2 43 1.40

15 Games Played GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL GAME-WINNING GOALS GAME-WINNING ASSISTS FOULS COMMITTED FOULS SUFFERED CAUTIONS EJECTIONS WINS SHUTOUTS SAVES Goals Against Avg.



D.C. 21 16 168 67 7 5 185 161 23 3 7 5 60 1.27

D.C. United leads series 7-5-3

All Games vS D.C. United Visitor

Goal Scorers (minute)

VENUE

Attendance

D.C. United (3)

Philadelphia (2)

Philadelphia - Sapong (1’), Le Toux (4) United - Saborio (37’), DeLeon (66’), Espindola (79’)

RFK Stadium

19,125

05/30/15

D.C. United (2)

Philadelphia (1)

Philadelphia - Le Toux (5’) United - Pontius (46+’), Rolfe (85’)

RFK Stadium

16,284

05/17/15

Philadelphia (1)

D.C. United (0)

Philadelphia- Pfeffer (93’)

Talen Energy Stadium 16,853

09/29/14

D.C. United (1)

Philadelphia (0)

United - Silva (10’)

RFK Stadium

05/10/14

Philadelphia (0)

D.C. United (1)

United - Rolfe (6’)

Talen Energy Stadium 18,522

DATE

HOME

07/26/15

19,478

Andre The Giant Andre Blake has emerged as one of the premier keepers in MLS. The former No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 draft has been the backbone for the Philadelphia Union in 2016. This season Blake has started in net in all 10 matches for the club. He owns a 1.10 goals against average. He is expected to be the starting keeper for Jamaica in the 2016 Copa America tournament. Blake’s performances at Talen Energy Stadium have been nothing short of spectacular. In seven career matches he’s 4-1-2 and has an incredible 0.71 GAA. This year alone, Blake has only allowed four goals in five starts at home. It is no surprise that the Union have recorded a point in every home match this season. Last week against the Galaxy was the first time he’d allowed two goals at Talen Energy Stadium. Blake is undefeated in his last six matches and has not lost at home since August 29, 2015. Despite having success against opponents across MLS, this will be the first time Blake has faced D.C. United.

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QUOTEBOOK Head coach Jim Curtin

Opening statement “Strong week for the Philadelphia Union, we answered questions. I thought we showed a lot of resilience in two comeback ties. For long stretches of the matches, I thought we carried the play, were able to dictate the tempo. Need to back it up now on Friday night with a good performance at home in a packed house against a strong DC United team, a team that’s coming off of one of their best performances, against Red Bull, a good, organized team that competes and fights, and represents their coach. So, we’ll have our hands full to get three points here on Friday.” On the DC rivalry “I think all the East Coast teams, there’s a little something special in the rivalry. Are they the No. 1 rival? I don’t know, that’s for you guys to decide. I think there’s still time that needs to happen with the organization, I think there needs to be playoff games, I think playoff games are what really dictate rivalries. Our only one is against Houston and we only play them once a year so there’s not a lot there brewing.” “Over time, I think DC and New York have been the two that we compete with and are maybe the bigger ones but, at the same time, every Eastern Conference team is a rivalry game. So, we have to get three points, it’s going to be challenging, it’s the hardest thing to do in our league. So, we’ll need to be on our game.” On Chris Pontius facing his former team “I talked with him about it today. Chris has had a great season, he’s been excellent for us offensively and defensively. We believe in Chris. It’s actually harder to go into RFK Stadium and walk towards a different locker room, I think that’s the hard one where it will really hit Chris. Yes, he wears a different jersey now; I just told him today to do exactly what he’s been doing: don’t try to do too much, don’t try to do too little, just be Chris Pontius and that will take care of itself. You know, he just wants to win — at the end of the day it’s about getting three points. I hope he plays a big role in that with a goal or an assist but if he continues to do the same things that he’s done, that’s all I can ask from him as a coach. He’s been excellent for us, our staff has been so impressed with how he carries himself. He’s a winner and hopefully it carries over on Friday night.” On the Union’s young backline “Yeah, it is a young backline; it’s a young goalkeeper, too. They’ve done a great job. You look at the statistics [and] we’ve played the most rookies in the league, the minutes that they’ve accumulated is significant. They’ve all done a good job. I think they’ve learned on the fly a little bit [but] I think you get confidence, though, when you play against top players and you realize you belong. So, now they’ve kind of grown into their roles, they’ve done a good job keeping zeroes and limiting teams to only a goal a game, which is something we’ve set as a team goal. Yes, our young defenders have done a great job, Fabian’s done a great job as well in coming into big games and contributed in a major way. So, our young players are doing great — we have a real willingness to play young players. For me, I’ve said it to you guys before, there’s no young or old in soccer there’s only good and bad, and they’re good players — and doing a great job for us.” On DC United “They’re a pretty strict 4-4-2, I would say. They get eight guys committed behind the ball, and they give a little bit of freedom to the front two. I think [Álvaro] Saborío’s found some real success occupying both center backs, and that allows [Luciano] Acosta, who’s very clever, to drift underneath and be the guy that has a little bit of a freer role. He can make a pass, he can pick you apart if you’re not clever, he’s very good on the dribble, runs with the ball well. And then their wide guys have been in really good form. Patrick Nyarko is a handful, he can kind of create a lot. I think [Lamar] Neagle’s contributed a lot, an experienced guy from Seattle. So, they have a good attacking group. I think [Nick] DeLeon’s done a good job in the center of midfield. So, they have a strong team. They, again, represent their coach, who is a competitor, knows the league so well. They fight for everything, and they have a good team that’s playing well right now, so we’ll have our hands full.” On the timeline of Andre Blake joining Jamaica for the Copa America “We’re working with Jamaica now, nothing is concrete. So, we have good, open dialog with them right now as to what’s best for Andre, and then when that release date will come. Again, such an important part to our team, such an important piece for Jamaica and their Copa America run, so we’ll be respectful of playing for your national team, [which] obviously is a huge honor. Andre has been very important for us, he’s staying sharp, and it’s a matter of communication, open dialog with Jamaica, and doing what’s best for both parties to keep Andre playing at the level that he’s playing at.”

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PHILADELPHIA UNION TECHNICAL STAFF

Earnie Stewart Sporting Director

jim curtin Head Coach

Philadelphia Union hired Earnie Stewart to take over as the club’s Sporting Director on Oct. 26, 2015. He officially started with the club on Dec. 7. As Sporting Director, Stewart oversees all Union technical and soccer-related decisions, working closely with the Union First Team, USL team and Youth Academy. This technical leadership role is one the former U.S. National team and three time World Cup veteran knows well from his time as the Director of Football Affairs at AZ Alkmaar, a club he has guided to Europa League qualification the last six consecutive seasons. Under Stewart’s technical guidance AZ developed a reputation for its innovation, player recruitment, and player development methodology. In 2015, AZ Alkmaar was honored with the Rinus Michels Award for having the best youth academy in Dutch football. Stewart was a staple for the U.S. Men’s National Team throughout the 1990’s and early 2000’s, registering 101 caps for the team from 1990 until he retired in 2005. He was a regular starter for USMNT in the 1994, 1998 and 2002 World Cups and his 111 goals as a professional in the Netherlands make him the highest-scoring American in international club play. Stewart also played in MLS during the 2003 and 2004 seasons and was a member of the D.C. United team that won the MLS

Chris AlBright Assistant Coach

Paul Rushing Athletic Trainer

Mike Sorber Assistant Coach

Kevin Miller Fitness Coach

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Jim Curtin was named head coach of the Philadelphia Union on Nov. 7, 2014 after taking over as interim team manager on June 10, 2014. Curtin quickly made his mark on the first team as interim manager, leading the Union to its first U.S. Open Cup final appearance in franchise history. Philadelphia lost to eventual Supporters’ Shield winners Seattle Sounders in extra time, 3-1. He brought the Union back to the final in 2015, but they fell again, but in penalty shootout this time. Curtin joined the Union’s first team on November 29, 2012, serving close to two years an assistant coach with the senior squad. A native of Oreland, Pa., Curtin joined the Union staff at the academy ranks in June 2010 after joining YSC Sports in Wayne as the director of curriculum development. Additionally, Curtin was the Union’s Under-18 Academy head coach and was instrumental in the U-18s capturing the 2012 Generation Adidas Cup. He was named BIG EAST rookie of the year in 1997 and a three-time team MVP for the Wildcats. The All-American defender was a two-time first team All-BIG EAST selection in 1999 and 2000 and was the 2001 Philadelphia Soccer Seven Player of the Year. He became the first player from Villanova to be drafted into the MLS when he was selected by the Chicago Fire. The 2004 MLS All-Star played over two hundred games for the Fire as was named Chicago’s defender of the year in 2004 before finishing his final two seasons in the league with Chivas USA. Curtin retired from the MLS in 2009 and moved back to Philadelphia with his wife Jen.

B.J. Callaghan

Assistant Coach

Garrison Draper

Performace Director

OKA Nikolov

Goalkeeping Coach

Josh Gros

Team Coordinator

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PHILADELPHIA union roster & pronunciation guide # 33 6 25 14 10 1 7 23 2 8 22 28 11 24 9 16 55 19 5 13 20 12 4 17 24 15

NAME Fabinho Roland Alberg Ilsinho Eric Ayuk Tranquillo Barnetta Andre Blake Brian Carroll Anderson Conceição Warren Creavalle Maurice Edu Leo Fernandes Raymon Gaddis Fabian Herbers Matt Jones Sebastien Le Toux Richie Marquez John McCarthy Cole Missimo Vincent Nogueira Chris Pontius Walter Restrepo Keegan Rosenberry Ken Tribbett C.J. Sapong Taylor Washington Joshua Yaro

POS. DEF MF MF MF MF GK MF DEF MF MF MF DEF FWD GK FWD DEF GK MF MF MF MF DEF DEF FWD DEF DEF

HT. 5’7” 5’11” 5’10” 5’7” 5’9” 5’11” 5’10” 6’1” 5’9” 6’1” 6’0” 5’7” 5’10” 6’3” 6’0” 6’2” 6’2” 6’2” 5’7” 5’11” 5’8” 5’8” 6’2” 6’1” 5’10” 5’9”

WT. 169 160 189 167 154 170 153 189 168 187 179 148 172 180 172 184 196 175 133 171 159 158 184 187 178 160

D.O.B. 3/16/85 8/6/90 10/12/85 2/17/97 5/22/85 11/21/90 7/20/81 10/24/89 8/14/90 4/18/86 12/23/91 1/13/90 8/17/93 5/11/86 1/10/84 5/26/92 7/4/92 2/15/93 1/16/88 5/12/87 6/21/88 12/11/93 8/25/92 12/27/88 8/16/93 11/18/94

philadelphia union mini bios

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Anderson

BIRTHPLACE Ariquemes, Brazil Hoorn, Netherlands Sao Paulo, Brazil Yaounde, Cameroon St. Gallen, Switzerland May Pen, Jamaica Springfield, Va. Caravelas, Brazil Acworth, Ga. San Bernadino, Calif. North Babylon, N.Y. Indianapolis, Ind. Ahuas, Ga. Stoke-on-Trent, England Rennes, France Pomona, Calif. Philadelphia, Pa. Dallas, Texas Besancon, France Yorba Linda, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Harrisburg, Pa. Centennial, Colo. Manassas, Va. Somers, N.Y. Santa Barbara, Calif.

PRONUNCIATION Fah-BEEN-yo Roland All-berg Ill-seen-yo Eric EYE-yook Tran-QWE-lo Bar-netta ON-dre Blake Brian CAH-rul An-duh-son Warren Cru-vall Moe-reece AYE-due Leo Fer-nan-dez Ray-moan Gad-dis Faye-be-an Her-bers Matt Jones Suh-bash-tien Le TWO Richard MAR-Kez John McCarthy Cole Miss-he-mo Vincent No-GARE-uh Chris Pahn-tea-us Walter Res-trep-oh Key-gan Rose-en-berry Ken Tribett C.J. Sapong Taylor Washington Joshua YAR-row

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fabinho

MLS Games Played: 1 Career MLS Goals: N/A Last Goal Scored: N/A

MLS Games Played: 67 MLS Career Goals: 2 Last MLS Goal: 08/16/15 vs. Chicago

Position: Defender Birthday: 10-24-1989 Birthplace: Caravelas, Brazil Height: 6’2” Weight: 170 lbs. Previous Club: Tombense FC (Brazil)

Position: Defender Birthday: 3-16-1985 Birthplace: Ariquemes, Brazil Height: 5’7” Weight: 149 lbs. Previous Club: Sydney FC (Australia)

A left-footed center back, Anderson Conceição joined the Philadelphia Union on Jan. 13, 2016 from Tombense FC of Brazil’s Série C. He joined Tombense in June 2011, but has spent the majority of his tenure on various loan spells at larger clubs. In 2015, Conceição played for América Mineiro, where he appeared in 30 matches while helping the team achieve promotion to Série A for the 2016 season. During the 2012-2013 season, Conceição played for La Liga’s RCD Mallorca, appearing in 19 matches in all competitions including two matches in the Copa del Rey.

2015: Started 23 games and appeared in three more as a reserve. Scored one goal and added three assists. He led the team with 118 interceptions and was second with seven clean sheets.

2015: Tombese sent Conceição to América Futebol Clube (MG) on loan. He played in 30 league matches with América Futebol Clube (MG) and helped lead the club to a 19-8-11 record and promotion into Brazil’s Serie A.

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2014: Appeared and started in 19 games, logging 1,636 minutes. He notched a pair of assists and seven total shots while mostly playing left back. He made his debut in the season opener at Portland on March 8. During a 3-3 draw against Vancouver on June 7, he picked up an assist. Also picked up an assist during his final appearance of the season against Columbus on Oct. 11.

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Ilsinho

MLS Games Played: 6 Career MLS Goals: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A Position: Midfielder Birthday: 10-12-1985 Birthplace: Sao Paulo, Brazil Height: 5’ 10” Weight: 170 lbs. Previous Club: Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine) Ilson Pereira Dias Júnior, better known as Ilsinho, signed with the Philadelphia Union on Feb. 24, 2016 as a free transfer. The Brazilian attacking midfielder has played in UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup/ Europa League and the Olympics. And while playing in Ukraine, he won five league titles as well as six domestic cups. 2014-15 (Shakhtar Donetsk): Made 14 league appearances and scored five goals with six assists. He appeared in three UEFA Champions League matches, where he helped the club finish second in Group H to advance to the knockout round where they ultimately lost to eventual semifinalists Bayern Munich.

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Eric AYUK

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Roland Alberg

MLS Games Played: 8 Career MLS Goals: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A Position: Midfielder Birthday: 8-6-1990 Birthplace: Hoorn, Netherlands Height: 5’ 11” Weight: 165 Previous Club: ADO Den Haag (Netherlands) 2015-16 (ADO Den Haag): Played in 13 games and added one goal and one assist. He scored four goals in reserve games for ADO Den Haag and was transferred to the Union in February. 2014-15 (ADO Den Haag): Had arguably his best professional season, playing in 32 games, while helping ADO Den Haag to a 13th place finish. He scored 10 goals and added eight assists, which was good for a tie for seventh place in the Eredivisie. 2013-14 (ADO Den Haag): Started the year with Elazigspor and played in one game. He then transferred to ADO Den Haag on Sept. 2. Played in 26 games, scored seven goals and added seven assists.

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Tranquillo Barnetta

MLS Games Played: 28 MLS Career Goals: 2 Last MLS Goal: 09/28/15 vs. Montréal

MLS Games Played: 18 MLS Goals Scored: 2 Last MLS Goal: 4/8/16 vs. Orlando

Position: Midfielder Birthday: 2-17-97 Birthplace: Yaounde, Cameroon Height: 5’7” Weight: 150 lbs. Previous Club: Rainbow FC

Position: Midfielder Birthday: 5-22-1985 Birthplace: St. Gallen, Switzerland Height: 5’10” Weight: 170 lbs. Previous Club: Schalke 04

Eric Ayuk Mbu joined the Philadelphia Union on March 3, 2015 from Rainbow FC Bamenda. The speedy right winger became the youngest player to score in Union history, at 18 years, 2 months and 9 days, tallying against Columbus Crew SC on April 25, 2015. 2015 (Union): In his first season with the club, Ayuk played in 28 games and started 14. In MLS play, he scored two times and assisted on two more, scoring his first league goal April 25 against Columbus. He added a highlight-reel goal with a blast against Montreal Impact on June 27. In the U.S. Open Cup, Ayuk notably scored against New York Red Bulls in the quarterfinals, giving the Union a 1-0 lead. The club went on to win in penalties despite playing with 10 men.

Tranquillo Barnetta joined the Philadelphia Union on July 29, 2015 as a free transfer. He has extensive experience in the German Bundesliga where he made 260 league appearances in his career. Playing for Schalke 04 from 2012-15, he made 60 total appearances and had three goals. Prior to joining Schalke, Barnetta played for Bayer Leverkusen, where he signed when he was just 19 years old. There, Barnetta made 229 total appearances and scored 26 goals with 51 assists in eight seasons. He’s also had loan spells at Hannover 96 and Eintracht Frankfurt. 2015: Joining the Union late into the season, Barnetta was able to score a goal and assist on three others in his 11-game stint with the club in 2015. Barnetta was involved with both Philadelphia goals tallying a goal and an assist in the Union 2-0 win over Houston on Sept. 20. He captained the team for the first time against San Jose on Sept. 5.

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Andre Blake

MLS Games Played: 17 MLS Clean Sheets: 4 Last Clean Sheet: 4/23/16 vs. NYCFC Position: Goalkeeper Birthday:11-21-1990 Birthplace: May Pen, Jamaica Height: 5’10” Weight: 170 lbs. Previous Club: UConn

2015: Blake recorded two shutouts in six MLS games. He broke a franchise record for saves in a game, by making 10 against New England on Sept. 26. He was a two-time MLS Team of the Week selection, on Week’s 30 and 34. Blake also started the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Final against Sporting Kansas City.

2014: Appeared in one match, making first career start at Houston on Aug. 15. In the game against the Dynamo, Blake made seven saves. He also led the Union to a pair of early-round U.S. Open Cup victories. 2013 (UConn): Registered 10 shutouts (0.75 GAA and 10-3-8 record) to win the American Athletic Conference Goalkeeper of the Year award. Blake was also a semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy.

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Brian Carroll

MLS Games Played: 90 Career MLS Goals: 5 Last Goal Scored: 5/30/15 (Toronto) vs. San Jose Position: Defender Birthday: 8-14-1990 Birthplace: Acworth, Ga. Height: 6’0” Weight: 170 lbs. Previous Club: Toronto FC 2015 (Union and Toronto): Traded to the Union on Aug. 7. Appeared in five matches, made two starts and had one assist. In Toronto, Creavalle played and started each of the team’s first four games at right back. In all, he’s made 14 appearances with eight starts this season. He scored the game-winning goal against San Jose Earthquakes on May 30 during a 3-1 win and Toronto has gone 7-5-2 in games he’s played. 2015: Creavalle played and started each of Toronto’s first four games at right back. In all, he’s made 14 appearances with eight starts this season. He scored the game-winning goal against San Jose Earthquakes on May 30 during a 3-1 win and Toronto has gone 7-5-2 in games he’s played. The versatile fullback also has experience playing defensive midfielder.

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Maurice EDU

MLS Games Played: 352 Career MLS Goals: 8 Last MLS Goal: 7/12/13 vs. Chivas USA

Games Played: 91 Career MLS Goals: 9 Last MLS Goal: 6/27/15 vs. Montréal

Position: Midfielder Birthday: 7-20-1981 Birthplace: Springfield, Va. Height: 5’10” Weight: 155 lbs. Previous Club: Columbus Crew SC

Position: Defender Birthday: 4-18-1986 Birthplace: San Bernardino, Calif. Height: 6’1” Weight: 180 lbs. Previous Club: Stoke City (England)

Brian Carroll was acquired by Philadelphia Union on Nov. 22, 2010 via trade with Columbus Crew SC. A defensive midfielder, Carroll is the longest-tenured member with the club and has worn the captain’s arm band in each of the last five seasons. He re-signed with the club on Jan. 20, 2016. 2015: Carroll played 22 league games and started in 21. The Union resigned Brian Carroll for the 2016 season on Jan. 20, 2016. 2014: Appeared in 21 games and had 17 starts for a total of 1,467 minutes. He became the sixth field player in MLS history to make 300 career starts on Sept. 13 when he started against New York Red Bulls. Brown’s lone assist of season came in a 1-1 draw with Montreal on March 29. 2013: The Captain of the Union started in all 33 games of the season, logging a total of 2,969 minutes. On October 10th, he reached a milestone by competing in his 300th regular season MLS game.

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WARREN CREAVALLE

Maurice Edu originally joined the Union prior to the 2014 season. After signing a multi-year extension in 2015, the defensive midfielder will enter his third year with the club in 2016 as the undisputed leader of the team. He has experience in the FIFA World Cup, UEFA Champions League and Europa League and was a former No. 1 overall selection in the MLS SuperDraft. 2015: Edu made 22 appearances and had one goal and one assist. He underwent successful season-ending surgery for a sports hernia on Oct. 15. He was shut-down midway through the year in league play, but rehabbed and played through pain in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Final against Sporting Kansas City. 2014 (Union): Edu officially joined the team on loan from Stoke City on Jan. 27. In his first year back in MLS, he appeared and started in 31 games.

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Leo Fernandes

MLS Games Played: 26 Career MLS Goals: 2 Last MLS Goal: 4/5/14 @ Chicago

Position: Midfielder Birthday:12-23-1991 Birthplace: North Babylon, N.Y. Height: 6’1” Weight: 179 lbs. Previous Club: NY Comsos

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Raymond Gaddis

MLS Games Played: 114 Career MLS Goals: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A

Position: Defender Birthday: 1-13-1990 Birthplace: Indianapolis, Ind. Height: 5’9” Weight: 151 lbs. Previous Club: West Virginia (NCAA)

2015 (N.Y. Cosmos): Spent the season on loan with the Cosmos of the North American Soccer League and was named the NASL Young Player of the Year. He played in 27 games, made 22 starts and scored eight goals to go along with three assists.

2015: Gaddis started in 27 games during 2015 season, booking 2399 minutes of action. He finished the season with one assist, coming against San Jose on Sept. 5, 2015. His streak of starting and finishing 54 straight games was broken on May 17 against DC United.

2014: Appeared in 13 games, starting seven in 697 minutes. Fernandes had two goals and one assist on the season. He notched his first career assist in a 1-0 win over New England on March 15, and scored first career goal in the following game at Columbus on March 22. His other goal came in the Union’s 2-2 draw with Chicago on April 5.

2014: Started every game of the season and played all but nine minutes, leading all MLS field players in minutes played (3,051). He became the first field player to play at least 3,050 minutes for the Union since 2011, when Sebastien Le Toux played all 3,060 minutes. Offensively, he posted a career-high two assists.

2013: Played in seven games starting three, logging 281 minutes. Earned the first start of his MLS career on July 3, 2013 against Real Salt Lake, resulting in a 2-2 draw.

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FAbian Herbers

MLS Games Played: 9 Career MLS Goals: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A

Position: Forward Birthday: 8-17-1993 Birthplace: Ahaus, Germany Height: 6’0” Weight: 170 lbs. Previous Club: Creighton (NCAA) The Union selected Fabian Herbers with the No. 6 overall pick in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft. 2015: Herbers started 23 games for Creighton University netting 15 goals including five game winning goals. Herbers assisted on 17 goals throughout the course of the season. Herbers was a finalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy. Herbers finished the 2015 season as the Big East Player of the Year unanaimously.

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Matt Jones

MLS Games Played: N/A MLS Clean Sheets: N/A Last Clean Sheet: N/A Position: Goalkeeper Birthday: 5-11-1986

Birthplace: Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom

Height: 6’ 2” Weight: 189 lbs. Previous Club: CF Belenens2015-16 (CD Tondela): On loan from Belenenses, Jones played in 10 games, allowing 12 goals while keeping one clean sheet for the Portuguese first division club. 2014-15 (Belenenses): Played in 15 games, allowing 15 goals and kept five clean sheets. Also played in six cup matches and posted two more clean sheets. 2013-14 (Belenenses): Played in 29 league games and kept 11 clean sheets as Belenenses staved off relegation by four points

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Sebastien Le Toux

MLS Games Played: 225 Career MLS Goals: 56 Last MLS Goal: 4/16/16 @ Seattle Position: Midfielder Birthday: 1-10-1984 Birthplace: Mont-SaintAignan, France Height: 6’0” Weight: 155 lbs. Previous Club: New York Red Bulls. 2015: Le Toux appeared in 31 games and started 26. He scored eight goals and assisted on six. He also scored the game-winning goal against Chicago in the US Open Cup semifinal. 2014: Le Toux appeared in 29 games, starting 23, while logging 2,050 minutes. He posted a team-high 12 goals and 31 points. He also notched seven assists on the season. 2013: Played in 31 games starting 25, logging 2222 minutes. He scored 3 goals and led the team with 12 assists.

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John McCarthy

MLS Games Played: 11 MLS Clean Sheets: 2 Last Clean Sheet: 9/20/15 vs. Houston

Position: Goalkeeper Birthday: 7-4-1992 Birthplace: Philadelphia, Pa. Height: 6’3” Weight: 192 lbs. Previous Club: Rochester Rhinos (USL) 2015: Started 11 games for the Union and went 3-5-3 with a 1.64 goals against average. He made his debut on April 11 at Talen Energy Stadium and helped the Union secure their first win of the season, beating New York City FC 2-1. McCarthy shined in U.S. Open Cup play, starting four games and guiding the Union through victories in penalty kicks against his former club Rochester in the Fourth Round and New York Red Bulls in the quarterfinals. He came on as a substitute in the Open Cup Final against Sporting Kansas City. 2014 (Rochester Rhinos): McCarthy was named the USL Goalkeeper of the Year, and USL Rookie of the Year in 2014 after a strong showing with the Rhinos. He led the league with a 0.72 goals against average after allowing just 13 goals in 18 games and posted an 8-4-6 record with 10 shutouts and 41 saves.

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Richie MArquez

MLS Games Played: 30 Career MLS Goals: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A

Position: Defender Birthday: 05-26-1992 Birthplace: Pomona, Calif. Height: 6’2” Weight: 185 lbs. Previous Club: Univ. of Redlands (NCAA Div. III) 2015 (Union): Marquez made his MLS debut by coming on as an injury replacement for Michael Lahoud in the 6th minute against Toronto FC on May 2. Despite it being his debut against international stars Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore, Marquez anchored the defense and limited to Toronto to one goal, which came off of a set piece. He finished the year starting 20 of the final 24 league games for the team, and was on the field for a team-high eight clean sheets. Finished the year with 21 league appearances and 20 starts. 2014 (Union): Did not appear in League action, but played an integral role in leading the Harrisburg City Islanders to the USL Pro Championship game while on loan. He led the USL Pro in minutes played (2,520) by playing the full 90 minutes in 28 games.

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Cole Missimo

MLS Games Played: N/A Career MLS Goals: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A Position: Midfielder Birthday: 2-15-1993 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Height: 5’10” Weight: 160 lbs. Previous Club: Northwestern (NCAA) Missimo played his college ball at Northwestern University where he spent four years with the Wildcats. During his career at Northwestern, Missimo played 76 games and started 56, scoring seven goals and handing out 12 assists. In 2015, Missimo scored one goal and gave two assists and was named NSCAA Second Team All-Big Ten Conference for the second year in a row.

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Vincent NOGUEIRA

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Chris Pontius

MLS Games Played: 62 Career MLS Goals: 8 Last MLS Goal: 5/11/16 vs. LA Galaxy

Games Played: 162 Career MLS Goals: 35 Last MLS Goal: 04/30/16 vs. San Jose

Position: Midfielder Birthday: 1-16-1988 Birthplace: Besancon, France Height: 5’ 7” Weight: 140 lbs. Previous Club: Sochaux (France)

Position: Midfielder Birthday: 5-12-1987 Birthplace: Yorba Linda, Calif. Height: 6’0” Weight: 170 lbs. Previous Club: D.C. United

Signed with the Philadelphia Union on Jan. 30, 2014 after playing for Sochaux of France’s Ligue 1.

2015: Though Nogueira played fewer minutes on the pitch than he did in 2014, he was still able to score five goals in the 1993 minutes on the field. Nogueira scored his five goals on only 25 shots choosing quality over quantity. 2014:Nogueira appeared in 29 games and started 28, including the team’s first 16 games. He finished the season with two goals and three assists. Nogueira scored his first career MLS goal on March 29 during a 1-1 draw with Montreal.

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Walter Restrepo

MLS Games Played: N/A Career MLS Goals:N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A Position: Midfielder Birthday: 6-21-1988 Birthplace: San Deigo, Calif. Height: 5’ 8” Weight: 169 lbs. Previous Club: NY Cosmos (NASL) 2015: Played in 29 games and started 24 for the New York Cosmos in the NASL. Finished the season with three goals and five assists in his 2,151 minutes on the pitch.

2015: Played in 23 games and started 17 for D.C, coming off an injury. Pontius managed to net three goals and add an assist thoughout the MLS regular season. Pontius played in 1,534 minute. 2014: Started three and played in six games. Pontius lost most of the season to injury. Scored one goal and was on the pitch for 276 minutes in total. 2013: Scored two goals and assisted on three goals for D.C in his 22 games. Finished the season with 1754 minutes.

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Keegan Rosenberry

MLS Games Played: 10 Career MLS Goals: 1 Last MLS Goal: 5/11/16 vs. LA Galaxy Position: Defender Birthday: 12-11-1993 Birthplace: Harrisburg, Pa. Height: 5’8” Weight: 163 lbs. Previous Club: Georgetown (NCAA) The Union selected Keegan Rosenberry with the No. 3 overall pick in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft on Jan. 14, 2016. The Ronks, Pa. native spent time in the Union academy program before attending Georgetown where he played four seasons. While there, he started 90 games, scored four goals and added 13 assists. In 2015, Rosenberry was a first team NSCAA Great Lake Region selection and a second team All-Big East selection. 2015: Played and started in 21 games for Georgetown. Scored two goals and assisted on six.

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C.J. Sapong

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Ken Tribbett

MLS Games Played: 147 Career MLS Goals: 34 Last MLS Goal: 5/14/16 at Montreal

MLS Games Played: 5 Career MLS Goals: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A

Position: Forward Birthday: 12-27-1988 Birthplace: Manassas, Va. Height: 6’1” Weight: 185 lbs. Previous Club: Sporting KC

Position: Defender Birthday: 8-25-1992 Birthplace: Centennial, Colo. Height: 6’2” Weight: 170 lbs. Previous Club: Harrisburg City Islanders (USL)

Sapong, 27, joined the Union on Dec. 8, 2014 from Sporting Kansas City in a trade for the Union’s highest selection in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft. During the 2015 season, Sapong appeared in 27 games and started 20. He was the Union’s highest goal scorer, finding the back of the net nine times, while adding four assists. He tied the franchise record for consecutive games with a goal, four, which led to being named a finalist for the MLS Player of the Month in June. 2015: In C.J. Sapongs first year with Philadelphia. He led the Philadelphia Union with nine goals, matching his career high. Sapong started in 20 games and played in 27 during the season.

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Taylor Washington

MLS Games Played:N/A Career MLS Goals: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A Position: Defender Birthday: 8-16-1993 Birthplace: Somers, N.Y. Height: 5’10” Weight: 170 lbs. Previous Club: George Mason (NCAA) The Union selected Taylor Washington with the No. 23 overall selection in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft on Jan. 14, 2016. Washington attended George Mason University and in 2015 was named to NSCAA Third Team AllMidwest region. During his three seasons at George Mason, Washington started in 52 games and scored one goal and gave two assists. In 2013, Washington was named to Frist Team All-Atlantic 10 Conference.

Tribbett signed with the Philadelphia Union on Feb. 23, 2016. A 23-year-old center back, Tribbett was an original signee for Bethlehem Steel FC expansion club, but was on trial with Union throughout the 2016 preseason. He played for Harrisburg City Islanders in 2015 and started 28 matches, while scoring three goals in his first professional season. Prior to the City Islanders, Tribbett played in PDL for the Michigan Bucks in 2014. A four-year starter at Drexel University, the then-defensive midfielder earned second team All-South Atlantic region, first team All-Colonial Athletic Association and CAA All-Tournament honors after leading Dragons to their first CAA Tournament title and a second consecutive berth in the NCAA

15

JOSHua YARO

MLS Games Played: 5 Career MLS Goals: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A Position: Defender Birthday: 11-18-1994 Birthplace: Kumasi, Ghana Height: 5’ 11” Weight: 163 lbs. Previous Club: Georgetown

The Union selected Joshua Yaro with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft on Jan. 14, 2016. Yaro played three seasons with the Hoyas, started 57 games and was named an NSCAA First Team All-American and the Big East Defensive Player of the Year in 2015. In 2014, he was a MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist and was also selected as the college Player of the Year by TopDrawerSoccer.com during his sophomore season. 2015: Started and played in 17 games for Georgetown and assisted on one goal.

11

union player stats Player

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

PTS

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

PKG

PKA

BLK

Anderson

1

1

90

0

0

0

2

0

1

2

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

1

1

90

0

0

0

2

0

1

2

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Fabinho

8

8

655

0

2

2

3

1

7

3

0

0

5

0

0

1

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

67

60

5377

2

9

13

33

5

79

77

0

7

14

1

0

2

0

0

2

Ilsinho

7

4

364

0

0

0

10

2

6

6

0

9

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

All-Time Union Career

7

4

364

0

0

0

10

2

6

6

0

9

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

Roland Alberg

8

3

292

0

0

0

10

1

12

10

0

13

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

8

3

292

0

0

0

10

1

12

10

0

13

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

Eric Ayuk

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

28

14

1320

2

2

6

15

5

19

56

4

1

3

1

0

1

0

0

0

Tranquillo Barnetta

7

4

401

1

2

4

6

2

5

15

1

26

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

18

13

1166

2

5

9

25

9

19

39

1

47

2

0

2

2

0

0

0

Warren Creavalle

7

6

506

0

1

1

0

0

11

5

0

0

2

1

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

12

8

582

0

2

2

0

0

13

4

0

0

3

2

0

0

0

0

0

Brian Carroll

8

7

646

0

0

0

2

0

9

2

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

146

139

12276

4

3

11

76

17

140

63

3

2

19

0

1

0

0

0

1

Maurice Edu

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

53

53

4769

4

3

11

59

14

83

74

4

0

13

1

0

0

1

2

0

Leo Fernandes

6

2

181

0

1

1

6

3

3

6

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

26

12

1159

2

2

6

32

11

19

25

4

10

2

0

0

1

0

0

1

Raymond Gaddis

3

2

225

0

0

0

2

1

3

3

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

114

111

9853

0

4

4

18

5

96

81

5

1

12

0

0

1

0

0

2

Fabian Herbers

9

0

98

0

0

0

5

2

1

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

9

0

98

0

0

0

5

2

1

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Sebastien Le Toux

10

6

578

2

2

6

10

6

3

10

0

3

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

All-Time Union Career

162

140

12533

50

47

147

314

142

76

147

100

374

6

0

9

16

13

14

0

Richie Marquez

9

9

610

0

0

0

2

1

5

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

30

29

2464

0

0

0

7

3

22

10

2

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

Cole Missimo

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Vincent Nogueira

7

7

614

1

0

2

4

2

5

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

62

56

5105

8

3

19

96

26

35

85

10

19

7

0

2

0

0

0

0

Chris Pontius

10

10

768

4

1

9

24

10

3

9

0

1

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

10

10

768

4

1

9

24

10

3

9

0

1

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

Walter Restrepo

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Keegan Rosenberry

10

10

900

1

0

2

6

3

3

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

10

10

900

1

0

2

6

3

3

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

C.J. Sapong

10

10

892

5

1

11

31

10

20

26

6

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

35

28

2609

14

5

33

68

30

56

76

14

0

2

0

3

1

0

0

0

Ken Tribbett

5

5

450

0

0

0

3

1

3

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

5

5

450

0

0

0

3

1

3

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Taylor Washington

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Joshua Yaro

5

5

450

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

All-Time Union Career

5

5

450

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

12

union goalkeeper stats Player

GP

GS

MIN

SHT

SVS

C/P

GA

GAA

PG

PA

SG

SA

C

E

W

L

T

SO

Andre Blake

10

10

900

44

33

3

11

1.10

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

3

3

2

Union Career

17

17

1530

86

66

8

21

1.31

1

1

0

0

0

0

6

7

3

4

Matt Jones

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Union Career

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

John McCarthy

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Union Career

11

11

990

41

22

6

18

1.64

2

2

0

0

0

0

3

5

3

2

Union player current season stats Player Anderson Fabinho Ilsinho Roland Alberg Eric Ayuk Tranquillo Barnetta Warren Creavalle Brian Carroll Maurice Edu Leo Fernandes Raymond Gaddis Fabian Herbers Sebastien Le Toux Richie Marquez Cole Missimo Vincent Nogueira

GP 1 8 7 7 0 7 7 7 0 6 3 9 10 9 0 7

GS 1 8 4 4 0 4 6 7 0 2 2 0 6 9 0 7

MIN 90 655 364 287 0 405 506 630 0 181 225 98 578 810 0 614

G 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1

A 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0

PTS 0 2 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 6 0 0 2

SHT 2 3 10 10 0 6 0 2 0 6 0 5 10 2 0 12

SOG 0 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 1 6 1 0 3

FC 1 7 6 12 0 4 10 8 0 3 0 1 3 3 0 4

FS 2 3 6 10 0 13 3 2 0 6 1 5 7 1 0 4

OF 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

CK 1 0 9 12 0 26 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0

C 0 5 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GWA 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PKG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PKA 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Chris Pontius Walter Restrepo Keegan Rosenberry C.J. Sapong Ken Tribbett Taylor Washington

10 0 10 10 5 0

10 0 10 10 5 0

768 0 900 892 450 0

4 0 1 5 0 0

1 0 0 1 0 0

9 0 2 10 0 0

22 0 6 31 3 0

10 0 3 10 1 0

2 0 3 20 3 0

9 0 9 26 7 0

0 0 0 4 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

Joshua Yaro

5

5

450

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

mATCH DAY MEDIA CONTACTS (STADIUM) Philadelphia Union

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PHILADELPHIA UNION SINGLE GAME RECORDS TEAM

5/28/11 v TOR 5/28/11 v TOR 7/26/15 v DC Tie 3 Tie 6 Tie 2 (NE 2011, VAN 2014) 6/27/10 v SEA 9/26/15 v NE 9/29/12 v CLB 5/19/12 v DAL Tie 3 6/25/11 v CHV 8/20/11 v CLB Tie 2 Tie 2 8/13/11 v DAL 8/13/11 v DAL

17 6 1’ (:20) 95’ 5 28 13 10 11 22 23 9 14 5 2 2 2

POINTS GOALS EARLIEST GOAL LATEST GOAL ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES SHOTS FACED FOULS COMMITTED FOULS SUFFERED OFFSIDES CORNER KICKS CAUTIONS EJECTIONS GOALS SCORED ON PKS PK ATTEMPTS

6 Sebastien Le Toux 4/10/10 v DC 3 Sebastien Le Toux 4/10/10 v DC ‘1 (:20) C.J. Sapong 7/26/15 v DC 95’ Tie 3 3 Tie 3 (Le Toux, Maidana) 9 Tie 2 (Conor Casey, Andrew Wenger) 5 Tie 2 (Le Toux, Casey) 10 Andre Blake 9/26/15 v NE 11 Zac MacMath 9/29/12 v CLB 6 Tie 2 (Gabriel Farfan, Conor Casey) 6 Tie (4) 6 Sebastien Le Toux 9/29/11 v DC 13 Cristian Maidana 8/1/15 v NYRB n/a n/a n/a n/a 2 Sebastien Le Toux 8/13/11 v DAL 2 Sebastien Le Toux 8/13/11 v DAL

PHILADELPHIA UNION SEASON/ALL-TIME RECORDS SEASON

TEAM

2011 2013 2015 2011 2011 2013 2014 2014 2011 2014 2014 2014 Two Times 2011 2012 2012 2012 2014 2013 Four Times 2014 2014

36 12 17 15 48 12 51 51 +8 47 467 153 101 1.06 464 435 93 211 63 5 7 7

GAMES PLAYED WINS LOSSES DRAWS POINTS CLEAN SHEETS GOALS GOALS ALLOWED GOAL DIFFERENTIAL ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE FOULS COMMITTED FOULS SUFFERED OFFSIDES CORNER KICKS CAUTIONS EJECTIONS GOALS SCORED ON PKS PK ATTEMPTS

12 34 34 3060 39 12 14 5 11 8 15 90 48 101 1.06 74 64 36 104 9 5

WINS GAMES PLAYED GAMES STARTED MINUTES PLAYED POINTS CLEAN SHEETS GOALS GAME WINNING GOALS HOME GOALS ROAD GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE FOULS COMMITTED FOULS SUFFERED OFFSIDES CORNER KICKS CAUTIONS GOALS SCORED ON PKS

INDIVIDUAL

ALL-TIME 210 65 85 60 255 50 265 291 -26 237 2525 887 571 1.39 2546 2566 484 1098 310 28 20 24 ALL-TIME

SEASON Zac MacMath 2013 Tie (Le Toux, MacMath, Gaddis) Tie (Le Toux, MacMath, Gaddis) Tie (Le Toux, MacMath) Sebastien Le Toux 2010 Zac MacMath 2013 Sebastien Le Toux 2010 Jack McInerney 2013 Sebastien Le Toux 2010 Jack McInerney 2013 Cristian Maidana 2015 Sebastien Le Toux 2010 Sebastien Le Toux 2010 Zac MacMath 2013 Faryd Mondragon 2011 Michael Farfan 2012 Michael Farfan 2012 Sebastien Le Toux 2011 Cristian Maidana 2015 Conor Casey 2013 Sebastien Le Toux 2014

INDIVIDUAL

34 163 141 12,539 147 28 50 9 34 16 47 314 142 287 1.06 157 172 100 374 20 13

Zac MacMath Sebastien Le Toux Sebastien Le Toux Sebastien Le Toux Sebastien Le Toux Zac MacMath Sebastien Le Toux Sebastien Le Toux Sebastien Le Toux Jack McInerney & Sebastien Le Toux Sebastien Le Toux Sebastien Le Toux Sebastien Le Toux Zac MacMath Faryd Mondragon Sheanon Williams Sheanon Williams Sebastien Le Toux Sebastien Le Toux Sheanon Williams 14 Sebastien Le Toux

PHILADELPHIA UNION STREAKS TEAM MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME WINS MOST CONSECUTIVE ROAD WINS MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES UNBEATEN MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME GAMES UNBEATEN MOST CONSECUTIVE ROAD GAMES UNBEATEN MOST CONSECUTIVE LOSSES MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME LOSSES MOST CONSECUTIVE ROAD LOSSES MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WINLESS MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME GAMES WINLESS MOST CONSECUTIVE ROAD GAMES WINLESS MOST CONSECUTIVE DRAWS MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME DRAWS MOST CONSECUTIVE ROAD DRAWS MOST CONSECUTIVE CLEAN SHEETS MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT MINUTES MOST CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS MINUTES

3 5 2 8 10 4 4 3 5 9 7 8 3 4 3 3 408 294

2x (Last: 8/24/14 - 9/16/14) 9/20/15 - 4/23/16 2x (Last: 8/22/15 - 9/5/15) 9/7/11 - 10/5/11 10/16/10 to 6/25/11 2x (Last: 7/2/11 - 8/3/11) 4x (Last: 4/19/15 - 5/9/15) 4/28/12 - 6/16/12 3/25/10 - 5/8/10 3/22/14 - 5/10/14 3/29/14 - 7/12/14 2x (Last: 9/27/14 - 5/9/15) 2X (Last: 4/30/16 - Present) 8/6/11 - 9/10/11 8/19/12 - 9/15/12 3/31/12 - 4/21/12 3/24/12 - 4/28/12 6/18/11 - 6/22/11

INDIVIDUAL MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A GOAL MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME GAMES WITH A GOAL MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH AN ASSIST MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME GAMES WITH AN ASSIST MOST CONSECUTIVE ROAD GAMES WITH AN ASSIST MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A POINT MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME GAMES WITH A POINT MOST CONSECUTIVE ROAD GAMES WITH A POINT MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A SHOT MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A SHOT ON GOAL MOST CONSECUTIVE CLEAN SHEETS MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT MINUTES

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80 Zac MacMath 6/16/12 to 8/9/14 80 Zac MacMath 6/16/12 to 8/9/14 4 Tie (Jack McInerney and C.J. Sapong) 4 Sebastien Le Toux 9/4/10 to 10/2/10 3 Tie (Justin Mapp and Sheanon Williams) 3 Tie (Mapp, Maidana, Le Toux) 2 Tie (Sebastien Le Toux and Sebastien Le Toux) 4 Tie (Jack McInerney and Sheanon Williams 9 Sebastien Le Toux 7/17/10 to 10/2/10 3 Jack McInerney 9/29/12 to 6/29/13 23 Jack McInerney 9/29/12 to 6/29/13 14 Sebastien Le Toux 6/10/10 to 9/11/10 3 Zac MacMath 3/31/12 to 4/21/12 408 Zac MacMath 3/24/12 to 4/28/12

regular season box scores GAME

3/6/16

at FC Dallas

Philadelphia FC Dallas

Fabinho, Rosenberry, Tribbett, Marquez, Carroll, Pontius, Ilsinho, Fernandes, Creavalle, Sapong, Blake SUBS: Le Toux, Herbers, Alberg

Columbus

Sauro, Afful, Parkhurst, Francis, Finlay, Higuain, Jimenez, Tchani, Trapp, Kamara, Clark SUBS: Cedrick, Meram, Saeid

3/20/16

Fabinho, Rosenberry, Tribbett, Marquez, Carroll, Pontius, Ilsinho, Alberg, Creavalle, Sapong, Blake SUBS: Le Toux, Herbers, Fernandes

New England

Farrell, Tierney, Watson, Goncalves, Fagundez, Koffie, Rowe, j Nguyen, Caldwell, Bunbury, Shuttleworth SUBS: Herivaux, Hollinger-Janzen, Agudelo

LINEUP

4/2/16

at Chicago

Philadelphia Chicago

Kappelhof, Campbell, Harrington, Ramos, Alvarez, Cocis Igboananike, Polster, Stephens, Gilberto, Lampson . SUBS: Herivaux, Hollinger-Janzen, Agudelo

Fabinho, Rosenberry, Tribbett, Marquez, Carroll, Pontius, Alberg, LeToux, Nogueira, Sapong, Blake SUBS: Fernandes, Barnetta, Herbers

Orlando City

LINEUP

4/16/16

S(OG) SVS 8 (4) 6 19 (7) 2

F 2 1

2 1 1

Misconduct Summary: PHI- Fabinho (56’) PHI- Carroll (65’)

OS 0 3

Scoring Summary: DAL- Castillo (22’) DAL- Urruti (79’)

1 0 2

2 0 1

F 0 2

S(OG) SVS 9 (2) 5 15 (9) 2

Misconduct Summary: PHI- Fabinho (25’) NE- Watson (36’) NE- Tierney (57’) NE- Fagundez (58’)

GOALS PHI CHI

1 0 0

2 0 1

F 0 1

2 0 1

F 1 2

S(OG) SVS 18 (4) 1 10 (2) 4

Fabinho, Rosenberry, Yaro, Marquez, Creavalle, Pontius, Alberg, LeToux, Nogueira, Sapong, Blake SUBS: Fernandes, Barnetta, Herbers

Seattle

Frei, Evans, Marshall, Remick, Mears, Dempsey, Roldan, Alonso, Ivanschitz, Morris, Anderson, SUBS: Jones, Gomez, Valdez

1 0 1

2 1 1

F 1 2

Misconduct Summary: PHI- Alberg (32’) PHI- Fabinho (34’) PHI- Alberg (53’) PHI- Alberg (53’) SEA- Remick (55’) PHI- Fernandez (87’) SEA- Valdes (88’) SEA- Alonso (90+’)

CK 4 8

F 14 16

OS 1 1

CK 4 5

F 7 16

OS 0 3

CK 5 2

Scoring Summary: CHI- Igboananike (51’)

S(OG) SVS 14 (3) 4 13 (6) 2

Misconduct Summary: PHI- Fabinho (30’)

GOALS PHI SEA

OS 0 0

Scoring Summary: PHI- Sapong (18’) PHI- Sapong (33’) PHI- Le Toux (90’+3’)

Misconduct Summary: PHI- Creavalle (13’) CHI- Ramos (37’) PHI- Creavalle (47’) CHI- Polster (72’)

1 1 1

F 9 8

Scoring Summary: PHI- Pontius (45’+1’) PHI- Pontius (71’) CLB- Kamara (87’)

F 16 6

OS 1 1

CK 7 4

Scoring Summary: PHI- Sapong (2’) ORL- Winter (43’) PHI- Barnetta (90’)

Collin, Boden, Ramos, Hines, Nocerino, Ceren, ., Carrasco, Winter, Kaka, Molino, Bendik SUBS: Rivas, Baptista

Philadelphia

at Seattle

1 1 0

GOALS PHI CLB

GOALS ORL PHI

Philadelphia

4/8/16

vs Orlando City

Fabinho, Rosenberry, Tribbett, Marquez, Carroll, Pontius, Ilsinho, Alberg, Creavalle, Sapong, Blake SUBS: Le Toux, Herbers, Barnetta

LINEUP

GAME

Misconduct Summary: PHI- Carroll (34’) DAL- Hedges (71’)

GOALS NE PHI

Philadelphia

GAME

F 10 20

SUBS: Rosales, Ulloa, Akindele

LINEUP

GAME

S(OG) SVS 12 (3) 8 18 (10) 2

F 0 2

2 0 1

Harris, Hedges, Figueroa, Zimmerman, Gruezo, Castillo, Acosta, Barrios, Urruti, Diaz, Gonzalez

Philadelphia

GAME

vs New England

Anderson, Fabinho, Rosenberry, Tribbett, Carroll, Pontius, Fernandes, Nogueira, Sapong, Ilsinho, Blake SUBS: Alberg, Herbers, Le Toux

LINEUP

3/12/16

at Columbus

GAME

1 0 1

GOALS PHI DAL

LINEUP

S(OG) SVS 13 (3) 7 19 (8) 2

F 15 12

OS 0 0

CK 7 3

Scoring Summary: SEA- Marshall (41’) SEA- Morris (71’) PHI- Le Toux (73’)

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regular season box scores 4/23/16

vs NYCFC

Philadelphia

4/30/16

vs San Jose

San Jose

Sarkodie, Wynne, Francis, Bernardez, Quintero, Godoy, Alashe, Dawkins, Wondolowski, Innocent, Bingham SUBS: Garcia,, Salinas, Jahn

Fabinho, Rosenberry, Yaro, Marquez, Carroll, Pontius, Le Toux, Barnetta, Nogueira, Sapong, Blake SUBS: Alberg, Ilsinho, Herbers

S(OG) SVS 10 (3) 1 6 (2) 2

F 1 1

2 1 0

1 1 1

2 1 1

F 2 2

Blake; Gaddis, Marquez, Yaro, Rosenberry; Creavalle, Nogueira, Pontius, Barnetta, Le Toux; Sapong SUBS: Alberg, Carroll, Herbers

Montreal

CK 6 5

F 15 8

OS 1 1

CK 3 6

Scoring Summary: PHI - Pontius (30’) SJ - Dawkins (83’)

S(OG) SVS 4 (2) 4 22 (6) 0

Misconduct Summary: LA- Rogers (70’) LA- Kennedy (82’)

GOALS PHI MTL

Philadelphia



OS 1 1

F 11 8

OS 0 2

CK 3 6

Scoring Summary: PHI- Nogueira (4’) LA - Rogers (15’) LA - Magee (47’) PHI- Rosenberry (63’)

Gerrard, Dos Santos, Zardes, Keane SUBS: Steres, Larentowicz, Lletget

LINEUP

5/14/16

1 0 1

Los Angeles Cole, Van Damme, Leonardo, Rogers, Husidic, Magee,



F 11 7

Scoring Summary: PHI- Pontius (26’) PHI- Sapong (41’)

Misconduct Summary: SJ- Alashe (31’) SJ- Godoy (35’) SJ- Godoy (59’)

GOALS LA PHI

Philadelphia

5/11/16

vs LA Galaxy

Gaddis, Rosenberry, Yaro, Marquez, Creavalle, Pontius, Le Toux, Barnetta, Nogueira, Sapong, Blake SUBS: Fernandes, Ilsinho, Herbers

S(OG) SVS 14 (1) 3 11 (5) 1

F 0 2

2 0 0

Misconduct Summary: NYC- Lopez (16’) PHI- Fabinho (36’) NYC- Villa (69’) NYC- Bravo (89’) PHI- Creavalle (90+1’) GOALS SJ PHI

LINEUP

GAME

at Montréal

Iraola, Brillant, Hernandez, Matarrita, Bravo, Poku, Lopez, Villa, Shelton, Mendoza, Saunders SUBS: Allen, Diskerud, McNamara

Philadelphia

GAME

Oyongo, Ciman, Tissot, Cabrera, Oduro

1 1 1

2 0 0

F 1 1

S(OG) SVS 15 (5) 6 17 (7) 4

Misconduct Summary: MTL- Piatti (36’) MTL- Donadel (50’) MTL - Oyongo (80’) PHI - Gaddis (80’)

F 15 14

OS 2 1

CK 6 6

Scoring Summary: MTL - Drogba (3’) PHI- Sapong (24’)

Shipp, Piatti, Donadel, Bernier, Drogba

LINEUP

5/20/16

GAME

vs D.C. United

Fabinho, Rosenberry, Yaro, Marquez, Carroll, Pontius, Le Toux, Barnetta, Nogueira, Sapong, Blake SUBS: Gaddis, Ilsinho, Creavalle

LINEUP

GAME

GAME

F 0 0

GOALS D.C. PHI

D.C. United @ Philadelphia Union

Misconduct Summary:

2 0 0

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

May 20, 2016 7 p.m. EST Talen Energy Stadium Univision Dep.

GOALS PHI DAL Philadelphia Union @ Orlando City SC

17

1 0 0

Subs: Bekker, Venegas, Ontivero

LINEUP

5/25/16

at Orlando City

Seattle

1 0 2

GOALS NYC PHI

LINEUP

GAME

May 25, 2016 7:30 p.m. EST Citrus Bowl Comcast SportsNet

1 0 0

2 0 0

F 0 0

Misconduct Summary:

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

regular season box scores at Colorado

GAME

5/28/16

Philadelphia Union @ Colorado Rapids

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

F 0 0

2 0 0

Misconduct Summary:

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

Talen Energy Stadium

GOALS PHI NYC

1 0 0

2 0 0

F 0 0

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

Misconduct Summary:

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

June 18, 2016 1 p.m. EST Yankee Staidum The Comcast Network

GOALS CHI PHI

LINEUP

6/22/16

Chicago Fire @ Philadelphia Union

1 0 0

2 0 0

F 0 0

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

Misconduct Summary:

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

June 22, 2016 7 p.m. EST Talen Energy Stadium The Comcast Network

GOALS VAN PHI

LINEUP

6/25/16

Vancouver Whitecaps FC @ Philadelphia Union

1 0 0

2 0 0

F 0 0

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

Misconduct Summary:

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

June 25, 2016 7 p.m. EST Talen Energy Stadium The Comcast Network

GOALS PHI HOU

LINEUP

Philadelphia Union @ Houston Dynamp

7/2/16

Scoring Summary:

The Comcast Network

6/18/16

at NYCFC

vs Chicago vs Vancouver at Houston

CK 0 0

June 1, 2016 7 p.m. EST

Philadlephia Union @ New York City FC

GAME

1 0 0

GOALS CLB PHI

LINEUP

GAME

Misconduct Summary:

OS 0 0

The Comcast Network

Columbus Crew @ Philadelphia Union

GAME

F 0 0

Dick’s Sporting Goods Park

LINEUP

GAME

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

F 0 0

2 0 0

May 28, 2016 9 p.m. EST

6/1/16

vs Columbus

GAME

1 0 0

GOALS PHI COL

LINEUP

1 0 0

2 0 0

F 0 0

Misconduct Summary:

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

July 2, 2016 9 p.m. EST BBVA Compass Stadium The Comcast Network

18

regular season box scores D.C. United @ Philadelphia Union

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

F 0 0

2 0 0

F 0 0

Misconduct Summary:

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

July 9, 2016 7 p.m. EST Talen Energy Stadium The Comcast Network

GAME

vs New York 7/17/16

1 0 0

GOALS RBNY PHI

LINEUP

New York RedBulls @ Philadelphia Union

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

F 0 0

2 0 0

Misconduct Summary:

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

July 17, 2016 4 p.m. EST Talen Energy Stadium Fox Sports 1

GAME

GOALS PHI MTL

at Montréal 7/23/16

LINEUP

GAME

1 0 0

GOALS D.C. PHI

LINEUP

7/9/16

vs D.C. United

GAME

Philadelphia Union @ Montréal Impact

1 0 0

2 0 0

F 0 0

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

Misconduct Summary:

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

July 23, 2016 7:30 p.m. EST Saputo Stadium The Comcast Network

GOALS RSL PHI

LINEUP

vs RSL 7/31/16

Real Salt Lake @ Philadelphia Union

1 0 0

2 0 0

F 0 0

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

Misconduct Summary:

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

July 31, 2016 7 p.m. EST Talen Energy Stadium Comcast SportsNet

GAME

GOALS PHI D.C.

at D.C. United 8/6/16

LINEUP

GAME

Philadelphia Union @ D.C. United

2 0 0

F 0 0

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

Misconduct Summary:

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

August 6, 2016 7 p.m. EST RFK Stadium The Comcast Network

GOALS PHI DAL

LINEUP

at New England 8/13/16

1 0 0

19

Philadelphia Union @ New England Revolution August 13, 2016 7:30 p.m. EST Gillette Stadium The Comcast Network

1 0 0

2 0 0

F 0 0

Misconduct Summary:

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

regular season box scores vs Toronto FC

GAME

8/20/16

Toronto FC @ Philadelphia Union

Scoring Summary:

2 0 0

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

F 0 0

Misconduct Summary:

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

Mapfre Stadium The Comcast Network

GOALS SKC PHI Sporting Kansas City @ Philadelphia Union

1 0 0

2 0 0

F 0 0

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

Misconduct Summary:

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

August 27, 2016 7 p.m. EST Talen Energy Stadium The Comcast Network

GOALS PHI CHI

LINEUP

Philadelphia Union @ Chicago Fire

1 0 0

2 0 0

F 0 0

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

Misconduct Summary:

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

9/3/16

September 3, 2016 8:30 p.m. EST Toyota Park The Comcast Network

GOALS MTL PHI

LINEUP

Montréal Impact @ Philadelphia Union

9/10/16

CK 0 0

August 24, 2016 7:30 p.m. EST

8/27/16

vs Kansas City

at Chicago vs Montréal

1 0 0

GOALS PHI CLB

LINEUP

GAME

Misconduct Summary:

OS 0 0

The Comcast Network

Philadelphia Union @ Columbus Crew

GAME

F 0 0

Talen Energy Stadium

LINEUP

GAME

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

F 0 0

2 0 0

August 20, 2016 7 p.m. EST

8/24/16

at Columbus

GAME

1 0 0

GOALS TOR PHI

LINEUP

1 0 0

2 0 0

F 0 0

Misconduct Summary:

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

September 10, 2016 7 p.m. EST Talen Energy Stadium The Comcast Network

20

regular season box scores Philadelphia Union @ Portland Timbers

1 0 0

GOALS PHI TOR

LINEUP

9/24/16

at Toronto FC

Misconduct Summary:

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

The Comcast Network

Philadelphia Union @ Toronto FC

at New York

2 0 0

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

F 0 0

Misconduct Summary:

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

September 24, 2016 5 p.m. EST BMO Field The Comcast Network

GOALS PHI RBNY

LINEUP

10/1/16

Philadelphia Union @ New York RedBulls

1 0 0

2 0 0

F 0 0

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

Misconduct Summary:

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

October 1, 2016 7 p.m. EST

RedBull Arena The Comcast Network

GOALS ORL PHI

LINEUP

Orlando City SC @ Philadelphia Union

10/16/16

vs Orlando City

F 0 0

Providence Park

GAME

GAME

2 0 0

F 0 0

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

Misconduct Summary:

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

Talen Energy Stadium The Comcast Network

GOALS RBNY PHI NewYork RedBulls @ Philadelphia Union

21

1 0 0

October 16, 2016 5 p.m. EST

LINEUP

8/6/16

vs New York

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

F 0 0

2 0 0

September 17, 2016 6 p.m. EST

GAME

GAME

1 0 0

GOALS PHI PRT

LINEUP

9/17/16

at Portland

GAME

October 16, 2016 4 p.m. EST Talen Energy Stadium The Comcast Network

1 0 0

2 0 0

F 0 0

Misconduct Summary:

S(OG) SVS 0 (0) 0 0 (0) 0

F 0 0

OS 0 0

CK 0 0

Scoring Summary:

#

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 22 23 24 25 27 28 33

Player

Andre Blake Warren Creavalle Taylor Washington Ken Tribbett Vincent Nogueira Roland Alberg Brian Carroll Maurice Edu Sebastien Le Toux Tranquillo Barnetta Fabian Herbers Keegan Rosenberry Chris Pontius Michael Lahoud Eric Ayuk Joshua Yaro Richard Marquez C.J. Sapong Cole Missimo Walter Restrepo Leo Fernandes Anderson Matt Jones Ilsinho John McCarthy Raymon Gaddis Fabinho

8 9 10 SJ LA MTL 1-1 2-2 1-1 90G 90G 90G 90M 90M

90D 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 74M 63M 53M 2 5 90M 90M 90M 16 90M 85M 24 90D 66M

90D 90D 90D 90D 90M 30 15 58M 66M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 86M 69M 65M 85M 88M 4 4 90D 90D 90D 81M 73M 86M

63M 27 27 90D 85M

90M 60M 13 90D 60M 75M 77M 90M

5

8

5

17

21

45 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 78D 90D 82D 45D 90D

25

90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 83F 90F 89F 90F 90F 90F 90F 90F 90F 90F

75M 27 15 90D 63M

18 30 32 24 24 7 4 1 12 90D 90D 90D 90D 72M 86M 90M 66M

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 DAL CLB NE CHI ORL SEA NYC 0-2 2-1 3-0 0-1 2-1 1-2 2-0 90G 90G 90G 90G 90G 90G 90G 90M 90M 47M 90M 9

PHILADELPHIA UNION

"00" = 100 minutes played F/M/D/G = starting position

Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game

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PHI PHI PHI PHI PHI PHI PHI PHI PHI PHI

at at vs at vs at vs vs vs at

DAL 2 CLB 1 NE 0 CHI 1 ORL 1 SEA 2 NYC 0 SJ 1 LA 2 MTL 1

L W W L W L W T T T Sapong 3 (unassisted) 2; Barnetta 1 (unassisted) 90 Le Toux 2 (Sapong 1, Fabinho 2) 73 Pontius 3 (Barnetta 1) 26; Sapong 4 (Le Toux 1) 41 Pontius 4 (Barnetta 2) 30 Nogueira 1 (unassisted) 4; Rosenberry 1 (unassisted) Sapong 5 (Le Toux 2, Pontius 2) 24

63

Pontius 1 (unassisted) 46+; Pontius 2 (unassisted) 71 Sapong 1 (Fabinho 1) 18; Sapong 2 (Creavalle 1) 33; Le Toux 1 (Fernandes 1, Pontius 1)

PHILADELPHIA UNION 0 2 3 0 2 1 2 1 2 1

93+

(3-4-4; 13 pts.)

vs.

(4-3-3, 15 pts.)

May 20, 2016 | Talen Energy Stadium | Chester, PA 7:00 P.M. ET | UniMás

PROBABLE STARTING XI Saborío #9 (8 GP/3 GS; 4G/2A) Neagle #13 (11 GP/11 GS; 2G/3A)

DeLeon #14 (10 GP/10 GS; 0G/0A)

Kemp #2 (11 GP/11 GS; 0G/0A)

Boswell #32 (11 GP/11 GS; 0G/0A)

Acosta #11 (11 GP/6 GS; 1G/3A) Marcelo #7 (9 GP/9 GS; 0G/1A)

Nyarko #12 (10 GP/10 GS; 3G/1A)

Birnbaum #15 (10 GP/10 GS; 0G/0A)

Franklin #5 (11 GP/11 GS; 0G/0A)

Worra #48 (10 GP/10 GS; 0.90 GAA)

INJURY REPORT OUT: Chris Korb (R knee ACL surgery), Collin Martin (foot surgery), Andrew Dykstra (back surgery), Chris Rolfe (concussion) QUESTIONABLE: Bill Hamid

D.C. UNITED COMMUNICATIONS CONTACTS Lindsay Simpson 202.587.5486

[email protected]

Director of Media, Communications & PR

Drew Rauso

[email protected]

Content Strategist

202.587.5432

2016 D.C. United ROSTER ALPHABETICAL No. Player 11 Luciano Acosta 17 Miguel Aguilar 15 Steve Birnbaum 32 Bobby Boswell 33 Julian Büscher 30 Charlie Horton 14 Nick DeLeon 50 Andrew Dykstra 10 Fabián Espíndola 5 Sean Franklin 1 Tally Hall 4 Markus Halsti 28 Bill Hamid 25 Jared Jeffrey 45 Alhaji Kamara 2 Taylor Kemp 22 Chris Korb 41 Andrea Mancini 27 Collin Martin 34 Luke Mishu 13 Lamar Neagle 12 Patrick Nyarko 6 Kofi Opare 20 Jalen Robinson 18 Chris Rolfe Álvaro Saborío 9 7 Marcelo Sarvas 26 Rob Vincent 48 Travis Worra

Pos. M M D D M GK M GK F D GK M GK M F D D F/M M D M M D D M F M M GK

NUMERICAL WITH PRONUNCIATION No. Player Pos. 1 Tally Hall GK 2 Taylor Kemp D 4 Markus Halsti M 5 Sean Franklin D 6 Kofi Opare D 7 Marcelo Sarvas M 9 Álvaro Saborío F 10 Fabián Espíndola F 11 Luciano Acosta M 12 Patrick Nyarko M 13 Lamar Neagle M 14 Nick DeLeon M 15 Steve Birnbaum D 17 Miguel Aguilar M 18 Chris Rolfe M 20 Jalen Robinson D 22 Chris Korb D 25 Jared Jeffrey M 26 Rob Vincent M 27 Collin Martin M 28 Bill Hamid GK 30 Charlie Horton GK 32 Bobby Boswell D 33 Julian Büscher M 34 Luke Mishu D 41 Andrea Mancini M/F 45 Alhaji Kamara F 48 Travis Worra GK 50 Andrew Dykstra GK

Ht. 5-3 5-9 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-5 5-10 6-4 5-9 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-3 5-11 6-0 5-11 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-2 5-9 5-8 6-0 5-10 5-10 6-3

Wt. 130 172 180 185 170 220 170 195 160 160 215 185 225 165 161 153 160 174 150 180 165 160 190 145 155 170 155 175 175

Birthdate 5-31-94 8-30-93 1-23-91 3-15-83 4-22-93 9-14-94 7-17-90 1-2-86 5-4-85 3-21-85 5-12-85 3-19-84 11-25-90 6-14-90 4-16-94 7-23-90 10-8-87 8-13-92 11-9-94 6-26-91 5-7-87 1-15-86 10-12-90 5-8-94 1-17-83 3-25-82 10-16-81 10-26-90 4-9-93

Pronunciation

Hometown Buenos Aires, Argentina Ciudad Juarez, Mexico Irvine, CA Austin, TX Dolmen, Germany London, England Phoenix, AZ Honolulu, Hawaii San Luis, Argentina Panorama City, CA Gig Harbor, WA Helsinki, Finland Annadale, VA Richardson, TX Freetown, Sirra Leon Highlands Ranch, CO Cleveland, OH Genoa, Italy Chevy Chase, MD Knoxville, TN Federal Way, WA Kumasi, Ghana Mampong, Ghana Catonsville, MD Kettering, OH San Carlos, Costa Rica São Paulo, Brazil Liverpool, England Lancaster, PA

Status INT University of San Francisco SUP/INT. California Florida International U. Syracuse

SUP/Ga/INT

-Louisville SUP Virginia Commonwealth -GC/DP Cal State U. Northridge

San Diego State ----

INT HG INT/SUP

University of Maryland Akron -Wake Forest Notre Dame UNLV Virginia Tech Michigan Wake Forest Dayton ---

INT SUP/HG

GC SUP/HG

GC GC University of Charleston, WV GC University of New Hampshire SUP

ahl-HAH-jee kuh-MAR-uh WORE-uh d-eye-k-stra

Age 30 25 32 31 25 34 34 30 21 30 28 25 25 21 33 21 28 25 25 21 25 21 33 22 24 23 22 23 30

General Manager: Dave Kasper

Head Coach: Ben Olsen

Assistant Coaches: Chad Ashton, Zach Thornton, Amos Magee, Davy Arnaud

INT è International player DEV è Developmental player

GC è Former foreigner playing as a domestic due to green card status Ga è Generation adidas signing

HALL-stee KAY-len CO-fee oh-PAR-ee sahr-VIS Al-vuh-ro sabb-oh-REE-oh Fah-bee-AHN es-SPEEN-doh-lah

loo-SYAH-no uh-KOHS'-tuh

NEE-yah-koh NAY-gull de-le-ON BURN-bawm AH-gee-lar

BOO-sher MEE-shoo an DREY ah mahn-CHEE-ni

Place of Birth SeaTac, WA Highlands Ranch, CO Helsinki, Finland Panorama City, CA Mampong, Ghana São Paulo, Brazil San Carlos, Costa Rica San Luis, Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina Kumasi, Ghana Federal Way, WA Phoenix, AZ Irvine, CA Ciudad Juarez, Mexico Kettering, OH Catonsville, MD Cleveland, OH Richardson, TX Liverpool, England Chevy Chase, MD Annadale, VA London, England Austin, TX Dolmen, Germany Knoxville, TN Genoa, Italy Freetown, Sierra Leon Lancaster, PA Honolulu, Hawaii

College --

2015 Club Orlando City SC D.C. United D.C. United D.C. United D.C. United Colorado Rapids D.C. United D.C. United Boca Juniors (on loan to Estudiantes)

Virginia Tech Seattle Sounders D.C. United D.C. United D.C. United D.C. United D.C. United D.C. United D.C. United PGH Riverhounds D.C. United D.C. United Leeds United FC D.C. United Syracuse D.C. United Szombathely (Hungary) IFK Norrköping (Sweden) D.C. United D.C. United

DP è Designated Player

2016 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS (3-4-4) DATE Sunday, Mar 6 Saturday, Mar 12 Sunday, Mar 20 Saturday, Mar 26 Saturday, Apr 2 Saturday, Apr 9 Saturday, Apr 16 Saturday, Apr 23 Saturday, Apr 30 Sunday, May 8 Friday, May 13 Friday, May 20 Friday, May 27 Wednesday, Jun 1 Saturday, Jun 18 Wednesday, Jun 22 Friday, Jul 1 Saturday, Jul 9 Saturday, Jul 16 Saturday, Jul 23 Sunday, Jul 31 Saturday, Aug 6 Saturday, Aug 13 Sunday, Aug 21 Wednesday, Aug 24 Saturday, Aug 27 Thursday, Sep 1 Sunday, Sep 11 Friday, Sep 16 Saturday, Sep 24 Wednesday, Sep 28 Saturday, Oct 1 Sunday, Oct 16 Sunday, Oct 23

OPPONENT @ LA Galaxy (L, 4-1) @ NE Revolution (T, 0-0) Colorado Rapids (T, 1-1) FC Dallas (L, 3-0) @ San Jose Earthquakes (T, 1-1)

VENUE

StubHub Center Gillette Stadium RFK Stadium RFK Stadium Avaya Stadium Vancouver Whitecaps FC (W, 4-0) RFK Stadium Toronto FC (L, 1-0) RFK Stadium NE Revolution (W, 3-0) RFK Stadium @ Chicago Fire (T, 1-1) Toyota Park NYCFC (L, 2-0) RFK Stadium NY Red Bulls (W, 2-0) RFK Stadium @ Philadelphia Union Talen Energy Stadium @ Sporting KC Children's Mercy Park Seattle Sounders FC RFK Stadium @ Houston Dynamo BBVA Compass Stadium NE Revolution RFK Stadium @ Real Salt Lake Rio Tinto Stadium @ Philadelphia Union Talen Energy Stadium @ Columbus Crew SC MAPFRE Stadium @ Toronto FC BMO Field Montreal Impact RFK Stadium Philadelphia Union RFK Stadium Portland Timbers RFK Stadium NY Red Bulls RFK Stadium @ Montreal Impact Stade Saputo Chicago Fire RFK Stadium @ NYCFC Yankee Stadium @ NY Red Bulls Red Bull Arena @ Chicago Fire Toyota Park Orlando City SC RFK Stadium Columbus Crew SC RFK Stadium @ Toronto FC BMO Field NYCFC RFK Stadium @ Orlando City SC Citrus Bowl Stadium

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GAME NOTES 2016: LAST GAME RECAP D.C. United played the New York Red Bulls on May 13 at RFK Stadium in their 11th game of the MLS regular season. Álvaro Saborío scored the opening goal in the 20th minute before Patrick Nyarko volleyed in United’s second just before halftime to give the Black-and-Red a 2-0 victory over New York. VS. PHILADELPHIA IN 2015 The Black-and-Red played Philadelphia three times in the 2015 regular season; winning twice and losing once against the Union. On May 17, Philadelphia won 1-0 at PPL Park courtesy of a stoppage time winner from Zach Pfeffer. The Black-and-Red then bounced back on May 30 to beat the Union 2-1 when Chris Pontius and Chris Rolfe canceled out Sebastian Le Toux’s 5th minute opening goal. The final fixture on July 26 ended in a 3-2 win for United when Álvaro Saborío, Nick Deleon and Fabián Espíndola scored goals to help comeback and win after initially going down 2-0 in the opening five minutes of the match. VS. PHILADELPHIA ALL-TIME D.C. United and Philadelphia have played 15 times since the Union joined Major League Soccer in 2010. The record currently sits at 7-5-3 in favor of the Black-and-Red. There have been 40 goals exchanged between the two teams with D.C. United leading with 21 goals compared to Philadelphia’s 19. ALL-TIME GOAL LEADERS AGAINST PHILADELPHIA D.C. United have three players in the top three (active players only) for most goals scored against Philadelphia all-time. Chris Rolfe sits in second place with four goals against the Union while Fabián Espíndola and Álvaro Saborío come just behind in third place with three goals each against the club. SABORIO MOVES TO FOURTH MOST MLS GOALS (ACTIVE ONLY) Álvaro Saborío scored the opening goal in D.C. United’s 2-0 win against the New York Red Bulls on May 13, 2016. It was the Costa Rican forward’s 71st career MLS goal and saw him go level with Columbus’ Conor Casey in fourth place for most goals scored out of currently active MLS players. WORRA RECORDS FOURTH SHUTOUT Travis Worra recorded his fourth MLS shutout in the 2-0 win against the New York Red Bulls on May 13 at RFK Stadium. In his 10th MLS appearance, Worra made five saves to help secure D.C. United’s fourth shutout of the season and tie him for most shutouts in the MLS in 2016. Worra’s first MLS career start came against New England on March 12, 2016. In 90 minutes, the 23-year-old shot- stopper blocked three shots to help him record his first career shutout. Worra joined D.C. United during the 2015 preseason. During his four-year college career at the University of New Hampshire, Worra started 59 of 60 games and finished with a record of 25-22-10. WORRA, NYARKO NAMED TO MLS TEAM OF THE WEEK (WEEK 11) D.C. United’s Travis Worra and Patrick Nyarko have been named to the MLS Team of the Week following standout performances in Friday’s 2-0 victory over the New York Red Bulls. Travis Worra recorded five saves to earn himself his fourth shutout of the season while Nyarko scored a goal just before half time to give United a 2-0 lead and secure his second goal in 2016. SABORIO NAMED TO COSTA RICA’S 23-MAN COPA AMERICA ROSTER D.C. United forward Álvaro Saborío has been named to Costa Rica's roster for the Copa America Centenario, joining four other MLS players in the 23-man final selection. Saborío, 34, recently moved into a tie for fourth among active players with his 71st career MLS goal. He opened the scoring against the New York Red Bulls on Friday, May 13, in the 20th minute. The Costa Rican now leads the Black-and-Red with four goals. NEAGLE MAKES HIS 150th MLS APPEARANCE D.C. United’s newly acquired midfielder, Lamar Neagle made his 150th MLS appearance on May 13, 2016 against the New York Red Bulls. Since joining from Seattle over the offseason, Neagle has already netted his first goal for United in the Black-

and-Red’s 4-1 loss to Los Angeles on March 6, 2016 and recorded three assists in 11 appearances. Prior to United, Neagle made 141 MLS appearances, scoring 28 goals and recording 19 assists since joining Major League Soccer in 2009. UNITED EQUAL HOME LOSSES IN 2015 With the 2-0 win against the New York Red Bulls on May 13 at RFK Stadium, United took their 2016 home record to 3-3-1. They have conceded seven goals in seven games averaging 1.40 goals against per game. In 2015, D.C. United posted an 11-3-3 record at RFK Stadium scoring 34 goals and conceding 21 at home during the entire campaign. NYARKO SCORES ON RETURN TO CHICAGO Patrick Nyarko scored the equalizer on his return to Chicago in the Black-and-Red’s 1-1 draw on April 30. The offseason signing made 196 appearances over eight seasons for Chicago, scoring 19 goals and recording 39 assists. ESPINDOLA’S SHOOTING FORM Fabián Espíndola has taken 33 shots with 13 on target in 2016. The Argentine forward is ninth in the league for most shots taken and eighth for shots on target. Espíndola has scored three goals in eight games for the Black-and-Red. ACOSTA SCORES FIRST MLS GOAL Luciano Acosta scored his first MLS goal for the Black-and-Red in the 3-0 win against New England on April 23. Luciano Acosta won MLS Goal of the Month for his 86th-minute chip against the Revolution. Since joining United in the offseason, Acosta has made 11 appearances (six starts), scoring a goal and recording three assists. BOBBY BOSWELL IN MLS TEAM OF THE WEEK (WEEK 8) Bobby Boswell was named to the MLS Team of the Week for his performance in D.C. United's 3-0 victory over the New England Revolution on Saturday, April 23. The Black-and-Red captain led the back line in the team's third shutout of the season with 13 clearances, and has now played all 90 minutes of every game this season. Boswell led all MLS field players in minutes last season while recently surpassing 150 appearances for United. The 33-year-old has played at least 2800 minutes every year since 2012, and no player started more games from 2014-2015. BIRNBAUM MAKES 50th APPEARANCE Steve Birnbaum made his 50th MLS career appearance in the 3-0 win against New England on April 23. The 2014 Rookie of the Year finalist made 21 appearances for the Black-and-Red in his first season and 22 in 2015, when he scored two goals. Birnbaum has started 10 out of 11 of D.C. United’s games this season. SABORIO’S 2016 FORM The Costa Rican forward has scored four goals and recorded two assists in eight appearances for the Black-and-Red this season. In Saborío’s five 2016 MLS substitute appearances, the forward is averaging a goal or assist every 32.75 minutes. D.C. UNITED 2015 HOME RECORD The Black-and-Red are currently 3-3-1 in games at RFK Stadium. They have scored ten goals and conceded seven at home this season. In 2015, D.C. United posted an 11-3-3 record at RFK Stadium during the 2015 season. They scored 34 goals and conceded 21 at home during the entire 2015 campaign. ESPINDOLA MAKES 50th BLACK-AND-RED APPEARANCE D.C. United’s current 2016 top scorer, Fabián Espíndola, made his 50th appearance for the Black-and-Red on April 16 in the 1-0 defeat to Toronto. In his third season with United, the Argentine forward has scored 19 goals including three this season and recorded 16 assists. BLACK-AND-RED WIN SECOND REGULAR SEASON GAME D.C. United recorded their second win of the 2016 MLS regular season on April 23 against New England to move their record to 2-3-3 (9 pts.) The Black-and-Red secured their first win on April 9 against Vancouver at RFK Stadium. After posting a 0-2-3 (3 pts.) record after five games, the Black-and-Red beat the Whitecaps 4-0 to secure three points and move to 1-2-3 (6 pts.).

ESPÍNDOLA NAMED MLS PLAYER OF THE WEEK Fabián Espíndola has been voted MLS Player of the Week by the North American Soccer Reporters (NASR) for his contributions in D.C. United's 4-0 victory over the Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday, April 9 during the sixth week of MLS play. The Argentine scored two goals, recorded a career-high six shots on goal, won four fouls and was named the team's Man of the Match. ESPINDOLA AND SABORIO SCORE TWICE Fabián Espíndola and Álvaro Saborío scored two goals each in the 4-0 victory against Vancouver on April 9. Espíndola scored a goal on either side of the half before Saborío came off the bench in the 79th minute and netted two more goals for the Blackand-Red. Espíndola took his tally up to three goals in 2016 while Saborío scored his first and second goal for United this year. It was the first time since 1996 that two Black-and-Red players scored a pair of goals each in the same game. The last time two players scored twice was in United’s 5-2 win against Columbus on May 15, 1996 when Steve Rammel scored a hat trick and Raul Diaz Arce scored twice. D.C. UNITED SCORE FOUR AGAINST VANCOUVER D.C. United scored four goals against an MLS team for the first time since October 18, 2015 when the Black-and-Red beat Chicago 4-0 at RFK Stadium. Chris Pontius, Bobby Boswell, Fabián Espíndola and Álvaro Saborío all scored in the 2015 fixture. ACOSTA NOTCHES TWO ASSISTS AS A SUBSTITUTE Luciano Acosta came off the bench in the 77th minute to replace Chris Rolfe in the 4-0 win against Vancouver on April 9. The 21-year-old midfielder supplied two assists to Alvaro Saborio (his first in MLS) to secure United’s 4-0 victory and first win of the season. PATRICK NYARKO SCORES FIRST BLACK-AND-RED GOAL Patrick Nyarko made his 200th MLS appearance in the 1-1 draw with San Jose on April 2. Nyarko scored his first goal for the Black-and-Red in the 34th minute to give United a 1-0 first-half lead. Since joining from Chicago in the offseason, Nyarko has started nine out of ten of the Black-and-Red’s 2016 regular season games. During his eight seasons with Chicago, Nyarko made 196 appearances scoring 19 goals and recording 39 assists. LAMAR NEAGLE NAMED IN MLS TEAM OF THE WEEK Lamar Neagle, who recently made his 100th MLS start, was named to the MLS Team of the Week (Week 4) following his performance in United's 1-1 draw against the San Jose Earthquakes. Neagle's inch-perfect cross in the 34th minute found Patrick Nyarko for the Black-and-Red's only goal of the game (and an AT&T Goal of the Week nomination). The wide midfielder, who led the team with four chances created, also leads the team in shots on goal a month into the season, with five. UNITED SIGN GOALKEEPER TALLY HALL D.C. United signed MLS veteran goalkeeper, Tally Hall, on April 1, 2016. The former Houston and Orlando City goalkeeper has made 153 MLS appearances over seven seasons, recording 40 shutouts. STEVE BIRNBAUM PLAYS 90 MINUTES IN USA WCQ D.C. United’s central defender started and played 90 minutes in the United States’ 4-0 victory over Guatemala in a World Cup Qualifier on March 30. Since his selection by the Black-and-Red in the 2014 MLS Super Draft, Birnbaum has made four appearances for the United States National Team, scoring one goal against Iceland on January 31, 2016. ESPINDOLA MAKES 200th MLS APPEARANCE Fabián Espíndola made his 200th MLS appearance on March 26 in United’s 3-0 loss against Dallas. Since his trade from the New York Red Bulls in 2013, Espíndola has made 52 appearances for the Black-and-Red, scoring 19 goals and recording 16 assists.

SABORIO PLAYS IN COSTA RICAN WCQ United forward Álvaro Saborío played in both of Costa Rica's CONCACAF World Cup Qualifier against Jamaica Friday and Tuesday nights, helping to keep los Ticos on top of Group B in matchups featuring several fellow MLS players. Saborío, Costa Rica's third-highest all-time goalscorer, entered Friday’s match in the 75th minute and Tuesday’s in the 81st, the latter his 41st appearance in a World Cup Qualifier. UNITED SIGN ANDREA MANCINI D.C. United have signed Italian midfielder Andrea Mancini, who most recently played for Szombathelyi Halidás of the Hungarian first division. The 23-year-old is the latest trialist to sign with the Black-and-Red following the 2016 preseason. ESPINDOLA SCORES FIRST GOAL IN 2016 Fabián Espíndola scored his first goal of 2016 against Colorado on March 20. The Argentine forward came on as a 60th minute substitute and equalized for the Black-and-Red in the 80th minute. Espíndola has made seven appearances this season with his first action coming in D.C. United’s 4-1 loss against Los Angeles on March 6. Espíndola has scored 19 goals in 51 appearances for the Black-and-Red since his trade from the New York Red Bulls in 2013. BIRNBAUM NAMED TO FINAL USA WCQ ROSTER Central defender Steven Birnbaum made the final roster for the U.S. Men's National Team for the upcoming World Cup Qualifying matches on March 25 and March 29 against Guatemala. Birnbaum, 25, was recently called up to U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann's annual January camp in California where he scored his first international goal, a game-winning header against Iceland on Jan. 31. The 2014 Rookie of the Year finalist made 21 appearances for the Black-and-Red in his first season and 22 in 2015, when he scored two goals. SABORIO NAMED TO FINAL COSTA RICAN WCQ ROSTER United forward Alvaro Saborío made Costa Rica's final roster for their upcoming World Cup Qualifying matches against Jamaica on March 25 and March 29. The Costa Rican has scored over 30 goals for the national team since his debut in 2002, making more than 100 appearances for los Ticos. Since joining the Black-and-Red in 2015, Saborío has made 19 appearances for United, scoring seven goals. NEAGLE MAKES HIS 100th MLS START D.C. United’s newly acquired midfielder, Lamar Neagle made his 100th MLS start on March 20, 2016 against Colorado. Since joining from Seattle over the offseason, Neagle has already netted his first goal for United in the Black-and-Red’s 4-1 loss to Los Angeles on March 6, 2016. Prior to United, Neagle made 141 MLS appearances, scoring 28 goals and recording 19 assists since joining Major League Soccer in 2009. HOME OPENER RECORD Since 1996, the Black-and-Red have accumulated a 9-7-5 home-opening record at RFK Stadium scoring 30 goals in 21 games. CHARLIE HORTON SIGNS WITH UNITED The Black-and-Red officially signed former New England Revolution goalkeeper Charlie Horton on March 3, 2016. WEEK-ONE HISTORY With D.C. United’s 4-1 defeat to Los Angeles at the StubHub Center, the Black-and-Red have an overall week-one record of 811-2. United have scored 27 goals in all of its week-one fixtures since 1996. DAVY ARNAUD RETIRES The 35-year-old midfielder ended his 14-year playing career and will transition into a full-time coach for the Black- and-Red. Arnaud, who played for the Kansas City Wizards and Montreal Impact before his time in Washington, is the most fouled player in MLS history (746). He is fifth in games played (351), sixth in minutes (28,471 and tied for seventh in starts (316). After being traded to the Impact after the 2011 season, Arnaud became the first-ever captain for the Canadian side and scored the team’s first MLS goal on March 17.

D.C. UNITED REACH SCCL QUARTERFINALS FOR 2nd CONSECUTIVE YEAR For the second year in a row, United reached the quarterfinal round of the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League. The Black-and-Red did not advance, falling 3-1 on aggregate to Liga MX side Querétaro F.C. Rookie Julian Büscher scored his first D.C. United goal in the second leg at RFK in the 84th minute. D.C. UNITED SIGN ROB VINCENT United completed the acquisition of midfielder Rob Vincent from the Pittsburgh Riverhounds of the United Soccer League on February 17. The Liverpool native scored 18 goals for the Riverhounds in 2015, and was taken on trial with the Black-and-Red in the fall of 2015 as well as the 2016 preseason. He made his competitive debut for the club in Querétaro, Mexico, during the first leg of the SCCL quarterfinals. STEVE BIRNBAUM SCORES FOR USMNT Third-year defender Steven Birnbaum scored his first goal for the U.S. Men’s National Team against Iceland on Jan. 31. After providing the assist on Michael Orozco’s equalizing goal in the 59th minute, Birnbaum scored rose highest on a Michael Bradley corner and headed home the winning goal in the 90th minute.

2015/2016 D.C. United Transactions

PLAYERS IN: M Lamar Neagle (12/7/15 - trade from Seattle) M Patrick Nyarko (1/6/16 - trade from Chicago) M Marcelo Sarvas (2/1/16 - trade from Colorado) M Luciano Acosta (2/15/16 - loan from Boca Juniors) M Rob Vincent (2/17/16 - transfer from Pittsburgh) M Antonio Nocerino (2/18/16 - free) M Paul Clowes (2/19/16 - SuperDraft) M Julian Büscher (1/14/16 – SuperDraft) GK Charlie Horton (3/3/16 – trade from New England) M Andrea Mancini (3/5/16 – free) GK Tally Hall (4/1/16 – trade from Orlando City SC) F Alhaji Kamara (5/11/16 – Discovery Claim signing)

PLAYERS OUT F Eddie Johnson (11/1/15 - retired) F Jairo Arrieta (12/7/15 - option declined) M Michael Farfan (12/7/15 - option declined) M Facundo Coria (12/7/15 - waived) M Perry Kitchen (12/7/15 - out of contract) M Chris Pontius (12/7/15 - traded to Philadelphia) F Conor Doyle (2/9/16 - traded to Colorado) M Antonio Nocerino (2/18/16 - traded to Orlando City) M Davy Arnaud (3/3/16 – retired) M Paul Clowes (5/11/16 – waived)

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Statistics Last Appearance: Started and played 90 minutes in 2-1 win for Orlando on 10/16/15. 2016: N/A 2015: Had 23 appearances (23 starts) for Orlando City SC. He recorded 73 saves and had three shutouts in the 2015 season. Career: Joined the Houston Dynamo in 2009 from Danish club, Esbjerg. On October 28, 2014, Hall was traded to Orlando City SC. Tally was traded to D.C. United on April 1, 2016. Hall holds several records with the Dynamo, including regular season shutouts (12) and consecutive regular season starts for a goalkeeper.

Tally Hall #1 @TALLYHALLGK

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Taylor Kemp #2 @TKemp02

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Marcus Halsti #4 @Halstinho

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Sean Franklin #5 @SFranklin5

Last Appearance: Started and played 90 minutes in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. Last Goal: 8/1/15 vs. Real Salt Lake Last Assist: 9/12/15 vs. Colorado 2016: Has 11 appearances (11 starts). 2015: Had 27 appearances (25 starts). Recorded an assist in 1-1 draw at Colorado on 9/12/15. Scored a goal and tallied an assist in 6-4 win vs. Real Salt Lake on 8/1. Had assist in 2-1 win over Philadelphia on 5/30. Had assist in 1-1 draw at New England. Had assist in 2-1 win over Orlando City on 5/13. Had an assist off a corner kick in 2-2 draw vs. Houston on 4/11. 2014-15 SCCL: Made one appearance (one start). 2014: Made 13 appearances (12 starts), recording one goal and two assists. Made 2014 debut 6/28 vs. Seattle. CAREER: Selected in the first round (17th overall) of the 2013 MLS SuperDraft on 1/17/13.

Last Appearance: Came off the bench and played 23 minutes in 1-1 draw vs Querétaro F.C. Last Goal: N/A. Last Assist: N/A. 2015: Has 14 appearances (12 starts). Started for Finland against Romania in Oct. Made two appearances for Finland (at Greece, vs. Faroe Islands) in Sept. Made two appearances for Finland (vs. Estonia, vs. Hungary) in June. Made DCU debut start in 1-0 loss at Philadelphia on 5/17. US OPEN CUP: Made two appearances (two starts). 2015-16 SCCL: Made three appearances (two starts). Named team captain for United’s 1-0 win at Árabe Unido in Panama on 8/19. CAREER: Spent previous seven seasons with Malmö FF, appearing in 115 games and scoring six goals. Helped Malmö to three league championships in five seasons, including 2014, in which he started 21 of 26 games and was named to the Allsvenskan Team of the Year. Last appearance: Started and played 90 minutes in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. Last goal: 5/2/15 vs. Columbus. Last assist: 10/12/14 (2x) at Houston. 2016: Has 11 appearances (11 starts). 2015: Had 24 appearances (23 starts). Scored in 2-0 win vs. Columbus on 5/2. Made season debut against Montreal on 3/7/15. 2014-15 SCCL: Made two appearances (two starts). 2014: In his first season in D.C., Franklin featured in 29 games (28 starts), recording one goal and four assists. The defender made his debut on 3/8/14 vs. Columbus. CAREER: Joined D.C. United after being selected in Stage 1 of the 2013 Major League Soccer Re-Entry Draft. Selected by the L.A. Galaxy in the first round (4th overall) of the 2008 SuperDraft and played in 160 games (150 starts) in six seasons. Was named 2008 Rookie of the Year and 2008 Galaxy defender of the year, and won back-to-back MLS Cups with the Galaxy in 2011 and 2012.

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Kofi Opare #6 @Kofiopare6

MID

Last appearance Started and played 90 minutes in 3-0 loss vs. FC Dallas on 3/26/16. Last goal: 9/22/15 vs. Montego Bay (SCCL). Last assist: N/A. 2016: Has one appearance (one start). 2015: Has 18 appearances (17 starts). Scored first D.C. United goal in 2-1 win over Orlando on 5/13. Made D.C. United and season debut against Los Angeles on 3/28/15, replacing an injured Steven Birnbaum in the fifth minute. Made first D.C. United start at Orlando City on 4/3/15. US OPEN CUP: Made two appearances (two starts). Scored in 3-1 overtime win at USL Pittsburgh on 6/17/15. 2015-16 SCCL: Made four appearances (four starts). Scored in 3-3 draw at Montego Bay United on 9/22/15. Scored in 3-0 win over Montego Bay on 8/25/15. 2014: Acquired from Los Angeles on 7/29/14 in exchange for United’s allocation ranking and a second round pick in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft. Didn’t appear during regular season. Started all four matches in SCCL. CAREER: Selected by Los Angeles in the second round (No. 24 overall) of the 2013 MLS SuperDraft. Started six of the Galaxy's final eight games as a rookie and both legs of Western Conference semifinal series loss to Real Salt Lake. Played four years (2009-12) at the University of Michigan, reached College Cup final in 2010. Last appearance: Started, played 90 minutes and tallied an assist in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. Last goal: 10/21/15 vs. SKC. Last assist: 5/13/16 vs. New York 2016: Has nine appearances (nine starts). CAREER: Acquired from Colorado Rapids on 2/1/16 in exchange for conditional draft pick in 2018 and TAM.

Marcelo Sarvas #7

@MarceloSarvas

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Last Appearance: Started, played 89 minutes, tallied an assist and scored a goal in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. Last Goal: 5/13/16 vs. New York Last Assist: 5/13/16 vs. New York 2016: Has eight appearances (three starts). Scored a goal and tallied an assist in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. Scored a goal and tallied an assist in 3-0 win vs. New England on 4/23/16. Scored two goals in 4-0 win vs. Vancouver on 4/9/16.

2015: Had 12 appearances (nine starts). Scored goal in 4-0 win vs. Chicago on 10/18. Scored game-winning stoppage time goal vs. NYCFC on 10/2. Scored a goal in 1-3 loss at NYC on 8/13. Scored a goal in team debut vs. Philadelphia on 7/26/15. Acquired by DCU on 7/16/15 from Real Salt Lake in exchange for midfielder Luis Silva. Had three goals in 14 appearances (13 starts) with RSL. 2014: Had eights goals in 16 appearances (13 starts) with RSL. CAREER: Signed by Real Salt Lake in 2010. RSL’s all-time leading scorer with 63 goals in 127 appearances. Tallied a franchise-record 18 goals and added six assists across 36 appearances (31 starts; 2,669 minutes) in League and Cup competition in 2010. Has 35 goals in 102 career appearances for Costa Rican national team. Was a member of 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup roster.

Álvaro Saborío #9 @al_saborio

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Fabián Espíndola

Last Appearance: Came off bench for one minute in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. Last Goal: 4/9/16 vs. Vancouver (x2) Last Assist: 10/18/15 vs. Chicago. 2016: Has eight appearances (five starts). Scored two goals in 4-0 win vs. Vancouver on 4/9/16. Scored an 80th minute goal in 1-1 draw vs. Colorado on 3/20/16. 2015: Had 17 appearances (15 starts) following six-game suspension to start the season. Scored goal and tallied an assist in 4-0 win vs. Chicago on 10/18. Scored goal in 2-1 win vs. NYC on 10/2. Had assist in 1-1 draw at Colorado on 9/12. Scored in 6-4 win vs. Real Salt Lake on 8/1. Scored in 3-2 win vs. Philadelphia on 7/26. Had assist in 2-1 win against New England on 6/21. Had assist in 1-2 loss against Toronto on 6/6/15. Had two

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assists in 45 minutes off the bench in 3-1 win vs. Chicago on 6/3. Had goal and assist in 2-0 win vs. Columbus on 5/2. 2014-15 SCCL: Made two appearances (two starts). Had goal and assist in 5-2 loss at Alajuelense on 2/26/15. Had penalty kick goal in 2-1 win over Alajuelense on 3/4/15. 2014: In his first season in D.C., Espíndola played 27 games (24 starts), setting career-highs in goals (11) and assists (9). CAREER: Selected by D.C. United in Stage 2 of the 2013 Major League Soccer Re-Entry Draft on 12/18/13. Had nine goals and two assists in 28 appearances (23 starts) for the New York Red Bulls in 2013. Had 35 goals and 17 assists for Real Salt Lake from 200712.

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Luciano Acosta #11

@LuchoAcosta94

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0 win vs. Vancouver on 4/9/16.

CAREER: Acosta was loaned to D.C. United from Boca Juniors in February 2016. He started and played 76 minutes @ Querétaro F.C. on 2/23/16 in his Black-and-Red debut. The Boca Juniors youth product, who entered the Argentinian giants’ academy at 13, made his debut for the first team in 2014. Acosta finished his first Torneo Final in 2014, playing 17 games and scoring 2 goals along with an assist. Acosta has recorded 25 appearances total with the club since 2014. In 2015, Acosta was loaned to Estudiantes de La Plata, where he had a goal and assist in his first game. Last Appearance: Started, played 90 minutes, scored a goal and tallied an assist in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. Last Goal: 5/13/16 vs. New York Last Assist: 5/13/16 vs. New York 2016: Has 10 appearances (10 starts). Scored a goal and tallied an assist in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. Scored a 64th minute goal in 1-1 draw against former club, Chicago Fire, on 4/30/16. Scored a 34th minute goal in 1-1 draw at San Jose on 4/2/16.

2015: Nyarko had three goals and four assists in 19 regular season games, 14 of which were starts. He scored in his first MLS appearance of the year at HOU on 7/3 and had goals at PHI on 8/16 and at NYR on 8/26. Nyarko also had an assist at PHI on 8/16 and provided a pair of helpers at TOR on 9/26. Nyrako ended the season on a high note with an assist in the club’s final match vs. NYR on 10/25. CAREER: Acquired from 1/6/16 from Chicago Fire.

Patrick Nyarko #12 @pattyberron

MID FWD Lamar Neagle #13 @LamarNeagle

Last Appearance: Started and played 74 minutes in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. Last Goal: 4/23/16 vs. New England Last Assist: 4/30/16 at Chicago 2016: Has 11 appearances (six starts). Tallied an assist in 1-1 draw at Chicago on 4/30/16. Scored goal in 3-0 win vs. New England on 4/23/16. Tallied two assists in 4-

Last Appearance: Started, played 63 minutes and tallied an assist in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. Last Goal: 3/6/16 at LA Galaxy. Last Assist: 5/13/16 vs. New York. 2016: Has 11 appearances (11 starts). Tallied an assist in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. Tallied an assist in 1-1 draw at Chicago on 4/30/16. Scored penalty kick goal in 3-0 win vs. New England on 4/23/16. Tallied an assist in 1-1 draw at San Jose on 4/2/16. CAREER: Now in his seventh season, Neagle was acquired from Seattle Sounders FC on 12/7/15 for GAM and TAM. Neagle scored his first goal for the Black-and-Red in the first match of the 2016 MLS regular season against the LA Galaxy.

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Nick DeLeon #14 @NickDeLeon7

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Steve Birnbaum #15 @StevenBirnbaum

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Miguel Aguilar #17 @maaguilar17

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Chris Rolfe #18 @ChrisRolfe17

Last Appearance: Started and played 90 minutes in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. Last Goal: 8/1/15 vs. Real Salt Lake Last Assist: 10/18/15 vs. Chicago 2016: Has 10 appearances (10 starts). 2015: Had 29 appearances (25 starts). Tallied assist in 4-0 win vs. Chicago on 10/18. Scored a goal in 6-4 win vs. Real Salt Lake on 8/1. Scored a goal and tallied an assist in 3-2 win vs. Philadelphia on 7/26. Had assist in 2-1 win vs. New England on 6/21. Had assist in 3-1 win vs. Chicago on 6/3. Assisted game-winning goal in 1-0 win vs. Los Angeles on 3/28. US OPEN CUP: Made one appearance. Scored in 3-1 overtime win at USL Pittsburgh on 6/17/15. 2014-15 SCCL: Made two appearances (two starts). 2014: In his third MLS season, made career-high 32 appearances (31 starts), recording two goals and five assists. CAREER: In 2013, DeLeon had two goals and one assist in 25 appearances (23 starts). Selected seventh overall in the 2012 MLS SuperDraft. Finished rookie year with six goals and four assists and was selected as a finalist for MLS Rookie of the Year. Last Appearance: Started and played 90 minutes in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. Last Goal: 9/12/15 at Colorado Last Assist: N/A. 2016: Has 10 appearances (10 starts). 2015: Had 22 appearances (21 starts). Scored goal in 1-1 draw at Colorado on 9/12/15. Scored first MLS regular season goal in a 1-2 loss against Toronto on 6/6/15. 2014-15 SCCL: Made two appearances (two starts). Scored first professional goal in 5-2 loss at Alajuelense on 2/26/15. US Open Cup: Made one appearance (one start). 2015-16 SCCL: Has three appearances (two starts). 2014: Started final 21 games, beginning with debut on 6/7/14 at FedEx Field against Columbus. Was named Rookie of the Year finalist, United’s fifth in six seasons, joining Chris Pontius (2009), Andy Najar (2010, Rookie of the Year), Perry Kitchen (2011) and Nick DeLeon (2012). CAREER: Selected second overall out of California-Berkeley in the 2014 SuperDraft on 1/16/14. Last Appearance: Came off bench for six minutes in 2-0 loss vs. NYC on 5/8/16. Last Goal: 8/25/15 vs. Montego Bay United (SCCL). Last Assist: 6/30/15 at Philadelphia (U.S. Open Cup) 2016: Has five appearances (no starts). 2015: Had 17 appearances (four starts). Made first MLS start in 1-0 loss at Philadelphia on 5/17. Has two appearances (two starts) on loan with USL Richmond Kickers. 2014-15 SCCL: Made one appearance. US OPEN CUP: Made two appearances (two starts). Had assist in 1-2 loss at Philadelphia on 6/30/15. 2015-16 SCCL: Has four appearances (four starts). Scored lone goal in 1-0 win at Árabe Unido on 8/19/15. Scored in 3-0 win over Montego Bay United on 8/25/15. CAREER: Selected 17th overall selection in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft. Was a four-year standout at the University of San Francisco, played 72 games, had 15 goals and nine assists. In 2014, was an All-West Coast Conference First Team selection for a USF team that finished second in the West Coast Conference. The first Don selected in the MLS SuperDraft since 2010 when Conor Chinn was taken in the third round and the highest selection since Rob Valentino in 2008. Last Appearance: Started and played 72 minutes in 1-1 draw at Chicago on 4/30/16. Last Goal: 9/19/15 vs. Columbus (PK) Last Assist: 4/2/16 at San Jose 2016: Has nine appearances (nine starts). Tallied an assist in 1-1 draw at San Jose on 4/2/16. 2015: Had 31 appearances (30 starts). Scored a penalty kick goal in 1-2 loss vs. Columbus on 9/19, establishing new career-high with 10 goals. Had an assist in 1-3 loss at NYC on 8/13. Scored lone goal in 1-0 win at Montreal on 8/8. Scored two goals, one of which was a penalty kick, in 6-4 win vs. Real Salt Lake on 8/1. Scored two goals, one of which was a game-winning penalty kick in 2-1 win against New England on 6/21. Scored game-winning penalty kick goal in 2-1 win over Philadelphia on 5/30. Scored game-winning goal off the bench in 2-1 win over Orlando City on 5/13. Had assist in 2-0 win vs. Columbus on 5/2. Scored game-winning goal in 2-1 win at Vancouver on 4/25. Scored free kick goal in 1-1 tie with Houston on 4/18. Had assist in 2-2 tie with New York on 4/11. Assisted lone goal in 1-0 win vs. Montreal on 3/7. 2014-15 SCCL: Made two appearances (one start). US OPEN CUP: Made one appearance. 2014: Made 21 appearances (20

starts), recording six goals and six assists. Had a goal and an assist in 3-0 win at Sporting Kansas on 8/23 and in 2-0 win vs. Houston on 5/21. Scored in debut on 4/5/14 vs. New England following acquisition from Chicago in exchange for allocation money on 4/2/14. CAREER: Had 48 regular season goals and 22 assists over eight seasons with Chicago, including being named the Fire’s MVP in 2012. Had career-best nine goals and eight assists in 2008 en route to leading Chicago to the MLS Eastern Conference finals. Played 32 matches and had six goals for Aalborg BK in Denmark from 2010-2012. Selected by Chicago in the third round of the 2005 MLS SuperDraft.

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Jalen Robinson #20 @JayyBird15

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Chris Korb #22

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Jared Jeffrey #25

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Last Appearance: Started and played 51 minutes in 3-3 draw at Montego Bay United in SCCL on 9/22/15. Last Goal: N/A Last Assist: N/A 2015: Had one goal and one assist in 16 appearances (16 starts) on loan with USL Richmond Kickers. Name US OPEN CUP: Made two appearances (two starts). 2014: Made 19 appearances (10 starts) on loan with USL PRO side Arizona United SC. 2015-16 SCCL: Has four appearances (four starts). CAREER: Robinson, in his second season, has not yet appeared in a regular season match. United’s seventh Homegrown player to sign with the First Team joined the club from Wake Forest University on 1/6/14.

Last Appearance: Started and played 79 minutes in 1-3 loss at NYCFC on 8/13/15. Last Goal: N/A. Last Assist: 7/26/15 (x2) vs. Philadelphia 2015: Has 18 appearances (17 starts). Tallied two assists in 3-2 win vs. Philadelphia on 7/26/15. Suffered season-ending torn ACL in right knee in 3-1 loss at New York City FC on 8/13/15. 201415 SCCL: Made one appearance (one start). US OPEN CUP: Made one appearance. 2014: In his fourth season, made 19 appearances (15 starts), recording a career-high matching three assists. He made his 2014 debut on 4/26/14 vs. FC Dallas. CAREER: Selected in the second round (31st overall) of the 2011 MLS SuperDraft. In 2013, The Akron product set career highs in games played (30), started (30), and minutes played (2,700).

Last Appearance: Came off bench for 27 minutes in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. Last Goal: 9/15/15 vs. Árabe Unido (SCCL). Last Assist: 6/30/15 at Philadelphia (U.S. Open Cup). 2016: Has five appearances (two starts). 2015: Has two appearances (one start) for D.C. United. Has six appearances (five starts) on loan with Richmond Kickers. US OPEN CUP: Made two appearances (two starts). Had assist in 1-2 loss at Philadelphia on 6/30/15. Had assist in 3-1 overtime win at USL Pittsburgh on 6/17/15. 2015-16 SCCL: Has four appearances (four starts). Scored in 2-0 win over Árabe Unido in SCCL on 9/15/15. 2014: In his second season with D.C. United, Jeffrey made ten appearances (two starts). Made 2014 debut on 3/29 vs. Chicago. CAREER: Was acquired on 7/3/13 via waiver draft. In 2013, Jeffrey made 10 appearances (10 starts) and scored two goals. Last Appearance: Came off bench for two minutes in 1-1 draw at Chicago on 4/30/16. 2016: Has five appearances (one start). 2015: Scored 18 goals for USL side Pittsburgh Riverhounds. CAREER: Signed by D.C. United on 2/16/16.

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Collin Martin #27 @Martcw10

GK Bill Hamid #28 @BillHamid28

Last Appearance: Came off bench for 45 minutes in 3-3 draw at Montego Bay United in SCCL on 9/22/15. Last Goal: N/A. Last Assist: 8/3/13 vs. Montreal. 2015: Made four appearances (one start) on loan with the USL Richmond Kickers. 2015-16 SCCL: Made four appearances. 2014: Made six appearances (two starts). Made his 2014 debut with the club on 5/24 vs. the New England Revolution. CAREER: On 7/10/13, Martin became the sixth United player to sign a Homegrown contract. In his first professional season he appeared in seven games (four starts), recording one assist in his debut, a 3-1 victory over the Montreal Impact.

Last Appearance: Started and played 90 minutes in 5-0 loss at Columbus on 10/25/15. 2015: Has 25 appearances (25 starts). Has 101 saves and eight shutouts. 2014-15 SCCL: Made one appearance (one start). 2014: In his fifth season, made 30 appearances (30 starts), recording ten shutouts and one assist en route to being named Goalkeeper of the Year – the first Homegrown player to win the honor – and as a member of the 2014 MLS Best XI. Finished first in saves percentage (75.3), second in shutouts (10), third in goals against average (1.13), tied for fourth in wins (14) and fourth in saves (110). Was the only goalkeeper to finish in the top three in saves percentage, shutouts and average goals against. Set career highs in games played and started (30), minutes played (2,700) shutouts, saves and wins. Became the youngest goalkeeper and the first MLS Homegrown player to reach 100 MLS regular season games. CAREER: Became United’s first academy player to turn professional in 2009. Made history on May 5, 2010, becoming the youngest goalkeeper to win an MLS contest at 19 years and 161 days old. CAREER: Traded from New England on March 3, 2016,

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Charlie Horton #30

DEF Bobby Boswell #32 @bobbyboswell

Last Appearance: Started and played 90 minutes in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. Last Goal: 10/18/15 vs. Chicago. Last Assist: 9/20/14 at Chicago. 2016: Has 11 appearances (11 starts). 2015: Had 34 appearances (33 starts). Scored goal in 4-0 win vs. Chicago on 10/18. Made 300th MLS appearance in 1-1 draw with Sporting Kansas City on 5/9. Scored game-tying goal in 2-1 win at Vancouver on 4/25. 2014-15 SCCL: Made two appearances (two starts). 2014: Was only United player to start all 34 games, recording one goal and a career-high three assists en route to being named to the 2014 MLS Best XI and a finalist for MLS Defender of the Year. Named to second MLS All-Star Team. CAREER: Returned to United after being selected in Stage 1 of the 2013 Major League Soccer Re-Entry Draft following 177 appearances in six seasons with Houston, where he was twice named Dynamo defender of the year. Began career with D.C. as an undrafted free agent. Named 2006 MLS Defender of the Year, MLS All-Star, and MLS Best XI.

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Last Appearance: Came off bench for 16 minutes in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. Last Goal: 3/1/16 vs Querétaro F.C. Last Assist: N/A. 2016: Five appearances (no starts). CAREER: Signed as a Generation Adidas player out of the 2016 MLS SuperDraft.

Julian Büscher #33 @JulianBuscher

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Luke Mishu #34 @LukeMishu

Last Appearance: Started and played 90 minutes in 3-3 draw at Montego Bay United in SCCL on 9/22/15. Last Goal: N/A. Last Appearance: N/A. 2015: Has two appearances (two starts) totaling 162 minutes. Had one assist in 11 appearances (11 starts) on loan with USL Richmond Kickers. US OPEN CUP: Made two appearances (two starts). 2015-16 SCCL: Has four appearances (four starts). CAREER: Was a team captain and played every minute of senior season at Notre Dame in 2014, notching five assists while helping the defense post six shutouts, earning second-team all-ACC honors. The native of Knoxville, Tenn., was also a key member of the Notre Dame squad that captured the 2013 national championship and the 2013 ACC regular-season title. Mishu finished his collegiate career with 12 assists in 75 matches (71 starts). Last Appearance: N/A

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CAREER: The Italian played in the Inter Milan youth system from 2005-2009 as well as Manchester City's academy from 2010-2011. Mancini spent time in England and Spain before landing in Hungary, first with Budapest Honvéd FC, followed by Szombathelyi Halidás in 2015.

Andrea Mancini #41

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Travis Worra #48 @TravWorra1

Last Appearance: Started, played 90 minutes and recorded a shutout in 2-0 win vs. New York on 5/13/16. 2016: Has 10 appearances (10 starts). Has 24 saves and four shutouts. 2015: Had one appearance. Finished with one save. Had 11 appearances (11 starts) on loan with USL Richmond Kickers. Career: Worra joined D.C. United during the 2015 preseason. During his four-year college career at the University of New Hampshire, Worra started 59 of 60 games and finished with a record of 25-22-10. He is tied for second in program history in shutouts (21), third in wins and seventh in saves (234). The Lancaster, Pa., native was named America East Goalkeeper of the Year in 2013 and was a first team All-America East selection, with six shutouts and a 0.55 goals against average.

Andrew Dykstra #50

Last Appearance: Started and played 90 minutes in 4-1 loss at LA Galaxy on 3/6/16. 2016: Has one appearance (one start). Has three saves and no shutouts. 2015: Had nine appearances (nine starts). Made season debut in 1-1 draw vs. Houston on 4/18. Saved a penalty kick in 3-1 win vs. Chicago on 6/3. 2014-15 SCCL: Made one appearance (one start). US OPEN CUP: Made two appearances (two starts). 2015-16 SCCL: Made four appearances (four starts). 2014: Made four appearances (four starts), going 3-0-1 with two shutouts. Made his 2014 regular season debut on 4/5 vs. the New England Revolution. CAREER: Signed with D.C. United on 2/27/12. In 2013, Dykstra had a standout season on loan with D.C. United's USL PRO affiliate Richmond Kickers, named USL Goalkeeper of the Year after starting 26 games and helping the Kickers to the USL PRO semifinals. He finished the USL PRO regular season with the league’s lowest goals against average (.863), and registered 10 shutouts in 22 appearances.

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