Dc United Philadelphia Union Live Stream

Dc United Philadelphia Union live streams At RFK Stadium
Watch v live online Kick-off is CET ( GMT) on Saturday, 22/10/2016

Dc United Philadelphia Union Live Stream

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Dc United Philadelphia Union Live Stream
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Dc United v Philadelphia Union starting line-ups

  • Dc United players (from): Mullins, Opare, Dykstra, Aguilar, Worra, Mishu, Acosta, Martin, Rolfe, Sarvas, Saborio, Vincent, Kamara, Kemp, Neagle, Franklin, Nyarko, Korb, DeLeon, Robinson, Birnbaum, Buscher, Sam, Horton, Hamid, Igboananike, Jeffrey, Boswell
  • Philadelphia Union team (from): Sapong, Tribbett, McCarthy, Edu, Jones, Gaddis, Carroll, Missimo, Fernandes, Rosenberry, Pontius, Ayuk, Trusty, Barnetta, Creavalle, Restrepo, Fabinho, Ilsinho, Marquez, Washington, Alberg, Bedoya, Blake, Davies, Herbers, Jones, Conceicao

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