DC United's Freddy Adu greets fans before the start of a 2005 exhibition at what is now called WakeMed Soccer Park. The stadium is a potential venue for DC United’s “home” opener in March.
DC United's Freddy Adu greets fans before the start of a 2005 exhibition at what is now called WakeMed Soccer Park. The stadium is a potential venue for DC United’s “home” opener in March. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
DC United's Freddy Adu greets fans before the start of a 2005 exhibition at what is now called WakeMed Soccer Park. The stadium is a potential venue for DC United’s “home” opener in March. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com

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