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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
9 Montreal 11 6 17 39
10 Orlando 10 9 15 39
11 DC United 9 5 20 32
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Bill Hamid signs for Midtjylland in Denmark after D.C. United farewell

Brian McBride says young United States players need to experience the successes and failures of European competition if they're to succeed on the international level.
Gonzalo Veron sealed New York's comeback and the No. 6 seed in the playoffs as DC United bid farewell to RFK Stadium.

United States international goalkeeper Bill Hamid signed for Danish side FC Midtjylland on Monday, a day after bidding farewell to D.C. United.

Hamid, 26, who confirmed last week that he would leave MLS for a move to Europe, was pictured signing his Midtjylland contract in an Instagram photo posted by his agency on Monday, although the club has not yet confirmed the signing.

Midtjylland have played in European competition in each of the past four years, though they only reached the group stage in...

Earthquakes earn first playoff berth since 2012; Portland clinch No. 1 seed

Relive all the goals from an action-packed Decision Day in MLS, including David Villa's brace and Giovinco's stunner.

The San Jose Earthquakes clinched a place in the Western Conference playoffs with a dramatic 3-2 win over Minnesota United on the final day of the MLS season on Sunday.

The victory marks San Jose's first time reaching the playoffs since 2012, and it was Danny Hoesen who opened the scoring for the home side.

Jerome Thiesson worked an equalizer in the 36th minute but Chris Wondolowski poked home from close range in the 55th minute.

Francisco Calvo's headed goal in the 81st minute looked to have...

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Goalkeeper Bill Hamid unlikely to play in last game for D.C. United

With RFK Stadium set to close its doors, relive some of the best MLS moments at D.C. United's legendary stadium.

Goalkeeper Bill Hamid appears set to skip his final game with D.C. United on Sunday, with coach Ben Olsen unsure of the U.S. international's location on Friday.

"I don't have a GPS system on him," Olsen told The Washington Post.

Hamid said earlier this week that he was planning to leave D.C. at the end of the season, with multiple reports saying the 26-year-old is close to a deal with Danish club Midtjylland.

And with United set to conclude its season on Sunday against the New York Red Bulls...

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Goalkeeper Bill Hamid to leave D.C. United at end of season

Portland Timbers made easy work of D.C. United to book a playoff spot after missing out in 2016.

D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid will not return to the team next season.

Hamid, 26, told the Washington Post he is in search of new opportunities in his quest for new challenges in the sport.

"I want to push myself and see how far I can go because I know I have the work ethic and the hunger to take myself very far in this game. I know I can make it to the next level," he told the paper on Wednesday.

The United States international has plans to sign with a club in Europe, with The Post reporting Midtjylland...

Sounders, Timbers, Sporting KC, Dynamo clinch MLS playoff berths

Seattle secured their ninth consecutive trip to the MLS postseason, while Dallas no longer control their playoff destiny.

Will Bruin scored twice in four minutes midway through the second half and the Seattle Sounders clinched a playoff berth and a chance to defend their MLS Cup by beating FC Dallas 4-0 on Sunday.

The Sounders are tied for second place in the Western Conference with Portland at 50 points apiece with one game left, two points behind West-leading Vancouver.

Dallas still has not clinched a playoff spot and is tied with the San Jose Earthquakes for the final position at 43 points after Sunday's games.

With...