A Honduran soccer midfielder, Andy Najar has played for DC United.
Montreal Impact signee Laurent Ciman volleys in match-winner in Standard Liege swansong
Playing at home against top-flight rivals Anderlecht -- whose starting XI included former D.C. United Homegrown player Andy Najar -- Ciman struck a 64th-minute volley that proved to be the eventual winner. The final score finished 2-0, Standard's fourth win in their last five matches.Soccer Insider: D.C. soccer year in review
From A (Adu) to Z (Zack Steffen) and matches and moments in between, my Best XI, Next XI, Rest XI from local soccer circles in 2014.D.C. United building depth ahead of 2015 campaign
The club has added central midfielder Markus Halsti, forward Jairo Arrieta and a pair of draft picks in the past week.Montreal Impact sign 29-year-old Belgian international Laurent Ciman to three-year deal
The Montreal Impact officially added a big piece to their back line on Thursday, signing Belgian international center back Laurent Ciman to a three-year contract from Standard Liège.A group stage of tumbling records
From Ireland in the west to Slovenia in the east, Champions Matchday celebrates some of the records made and broken in another entertaining group stage.Size-mic Shift: The growing disparity in the size of drafted players vs. Homegrown players
6-foot-2, 6-foot-3, 5-foot-11, 6-foot-0, 6-foot-1. 5-foot-8, 5-foot-6, 5-foot-7, 5-foot-7, 5-foot-6. These two different samples are just a small example of the disparity between SuperDraft picks and Homegrown players in terms of physical size.SuperDraft: DC United able to get their guys despite sitting low in the draft order
PHILADELPHIA ? D.C. United?s successful 2014 campaign landed them on the bottom end of the 2015 MLS SuperDraft order, but that didn?t keep them from crossing off a couple more items from their offseason shopping list.
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Andy moved to the USA at age 13.
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