Heading into the final two months of the MLS regular season, D.C. United leads the Eastern Conference by two points over the New York Red Bulls. But after a 3-0 loss at Red Bull Arena on Sunday,
D.C. coach Ben Olsen said the Red Bulls were the Eastern Conference's "gold standard." Indeed, the Red Bulls lead all MLS clubs in points-per-game, making
them the favorite for the 2015 Supporters' Shield.
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"I want so much more for my teammates. You can be one inch from the national team and the opportunity to make so much money and a life out of it. That's why people hang on so long. The [NWSL] clubs
are doing their best to make a sustainable system. My hope is that the resources start going back to the players. The players deserve more."
-- U.S. women's national team star Christen Press on the difference in income between her and her Chicago Red Star teammates. All 23 players on the U.S. Women's World Cup champion team will earn
$300,000 in salary and bonuses for 2015, while other Americans on the Red Stars make between $6,300 and $37,500. (Chicago