De Ro, Angel thriving with new teams
As D.C. United manager Ben Olsen heard the news that midfielder Chris Pontius would likely miss the rest of the season with a broken leg, he implored his players to raise their level to compensate. He needn't have worried. As it turned out, Dwayne De Rosario was prepared to pick up the slack all by himself.
The United attacker delivered a performance for the ages last weekend, recording three goals and an assist in DCU's 4-1 hammering of Real Salt Lake. The Canadian international ...
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