D.C. United Loading Up on Talent to Erase Memories of 2013 Season

After finishing dead last in the Eastern Conference with a lowly 16 points and just three wins in 34 games, D.C. United needed plenty of change.

Luckily for soccer fans inside the Beltway, the club has done just that in the young offseason by bringing in a few experienced veterans and a future designated player. 

It all started on Dec. 10 when United acquired Davy Arnaud from Montreal in exchange for an international roster spot.

Two days later, Ben Olsen's side snatched two veterans in the first stage of the Re-Entry Draft. The 2013 U.S. Open Cup winners strengthened their defense by adding Sean Franklin and Bobby Boswell during the re-entry process.

D.C. continued to make waves this week as they brought in a disgruntled Eddie Johnson from Seattle in a trade that sent allocation money back to the Pacific Northwest.

Then came the second stage of the Re-Entry Draft where the Black and Red added Fabian Espindol...

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