SAN JOSE, Costa Rica (AP) -- Costa Rica's Alajuelense beat D.C. United 5-2 Thursday in the first leg of a two-match CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal.
Labor negotiations continue for a new collective bargaining agreement in Major League Soccer.
D.C. United has come to terms with rookie midfielder Miguel Aguliar.
The Black-and-Red selected the 5’9” 172-pounder No. 17 overall in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft.
The Black-and-Red will be sporting new stripes in its home opener against the Montreal Impact on March 7.
D.C. United revealed its new Adidas issued secondary kit via the teams website.
United defender Bobby Boswell explains that the MLS and players are far from negotiating on a new deal.