Josh Wolff
American soccer player
Josh Wolff
Joshua David "Josh" Wolff is an American soccer player currently playing for D.C. United of Major League Soccer.
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DC United eager to return to action - Washington Post (blog)
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Josh Wolff set up tents and dragged out coolers for two of his children's soccer tournaments. Blake Brettschneider went home to Georgia. Others scattered around the country. “No one even said bye to each other, they got out of Dodge and then came back
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Preview: Chivas, DC battle for playoff positioning at HDC - Major League Soccer
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Joe Willis came back in between the posts for Bill Hamid, Santino Quaranta came back into the midfield for Stephen King, and Blake Brettschneider and Josh Wolff were an all-change strike pair, in place of Charlie Davies and Dwayne De Rosario. ... -
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DC Notebook: International call-ups leave lineup questions - Major League Soccer
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Forward Josh Wolff, dealing with a hip flexor strain, is listed as questionable and could be in the mix for this weekend, while goalkeeper Steve Cronin is doubtful with a shoulder strain. One player who won't be in the mix but who was out at training
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DC United releases 'It gets better' video for LGBT teens - WTOP
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It's the latest "It gets better" effort aimed at youth in the LGBT community, and it features striker Josh Wolff and midfielder Clyde Simms. "For some LGBT, life can be incredibly lonely and hard," says Clyde Simms. "DC United wants you to know you're
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Yahoo! Contributor Network - Yahoo! Sports
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Ben Olsen went to the bench, looking for a spark and brought on Santino Quaranta and Josh Wolff. Wolff, who was playing against his former team, seems to have extra effort going for him on this evening. It took nearly 15 minutes, but DC found the
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Wolff scores in 73rd, United ties Fire 1-1 - Newsday (subscription)
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Click here Wolff scores in 73rd, United ties Fire 1-1 Published: August 18, 2011 11:14 PM By The Associated Press (AP) -- Substitute forward Josh Wolff scored in the 73rd minute to help DC United tie the Chicago Fire 1-1 on Thursday night
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Gameday Grades: DC United vs. Toronto - CSNwashington.com
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Josh Wolff worked alone up top, but opened up plenty of space for Dwayne De Rosario's hat trick performance. By Sebastian Salazar Following United's 3-3 draw with Toronto, we take a look back at Saturday night to hand out some grades from another ... - -
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Position shift suited DC United's Dwayne De Rosario just fine - Washington Post (blog)
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De Rosario “was in a big pool in New York with a lot of big players and I don't think he was allowed to do the things he's capable of doing,” captain Josh Wolff said. “So far for us, he's been fantastic.” With Wolff (hamstring) and Charlie Davies
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D.C. United vs. San Jose Earthquakes - Washington Post
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F Josh Wolff has been battling a hamstring ailment. F Blake Brettschneider was upgraded after recovering from a concussion. D Brandon McDonald faces the Earthquakes for the first time since being traded by San Jose a month ago
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Preview: Desperate Quakes seek big win vs. rested DC - Major League Soccer
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Josh Wolff sent in a low, curling ball from the left side that eluded four Earthquakes defenders before Andy Najar slid it home at the back post. But San Jose pulled level two minutes later. Steven Lenhart beat the offside trap to meet a Khari ... - -
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MLS East Notes: Pontius excels up top, Ream feeling confident and more - Soccer By Ives
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When DC United captain Josh Wolff reaggravated a hamstring injury in the first half of a friendly against Everton on Saturday, coach Ben Olsen looked to a bench that had no natural forwards on it and opted for a throwback,
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DC United news & notes: Josh Wolff, Ben Olsen, Charlie Davies, Austin da Luz ... - Washington Post (blog)
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*DC United forward Josh Wolff, who missed Saturday's MLS match at FC Dallas with a hamstring injury, is “100 percent” ahead of Wednesday's game against the New England Revolution at RFK Stadium, Coach Ben Olsen said. “He seems fine
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Preview: Revs tasked with halting skid at East rivals DC - Major League Soccer
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Joseph Ngwenya made his first start since May 29, coming in for Josh Wolff, who was a late scratch from the United lineup. On Monday, United completed another deal, obtaining midfielder Austin da Luz from the New York Red Bulls in exchange for an
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Preview: FC Dallas play host to new-look offensive United - Major League Soccer
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A low cross from Josh Wolff found Fred dangerously open in front of the net. But his header couldn't get the best of lunging FCD goalkeeper Kevin Hartman, who steered the shot aside. Hartman was credited with three saves in the FC Dallas goal,
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What a difference a year makes for new and improved DC - Major League Soccer
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Forwards Charlie Davies, Joe Ngwenya and Josh Wolff were added, US youth international Perry Kitchen fell to them in the SuperDraft, and Ethan White was signed to a Home Grown contract. All have played their part in the rebuild, with rookies Kitchen
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Josh Wolff
    THIRTIES
  • 2013
    Age 35
    He joined the Columbus Crew in November 2013.
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  • 2012
    Age 34
    Wolff announced his retirement on November 28, 2012, and became a full-time assistant coach with D.C. United.
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  • 2010
    Age 32
    On December 15, 2010, Wolff was selected by D.C. United in Stage 2 of the 2010 MLS Re-Entry Draft and immediately signed a one-year contract with a club option for 2012.
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    At the end of the 2010 MLS season, after two and a half seasons back in Kansas City, Wolff's contract option was declined by the club.
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  • 2008
    Age 30
    Wolff signed with the Kansas City Wizards on June 30, 2008.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2007
    Age 29
    Wolff joined the team during its January 2007 mid-winter training camp but was waived at the end of the 2008 season.
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  • 2006
    Age 28
    On December 6, 2006, 1860 Munich signed Wolff to a contract through the 2007–2008 season.
    More Details Hide Details Munich paid MLS a $191,000 transfer fee.
    In September 2006, Wolff had a try out with English Championship club Derby County.
    More Details Hide Details The team was pleased enough with his performance to offer MLS a $500,000 transfer fee. However, British immigration officials denied Wolff a work permit based on the fact he had failed to play the required 75% of the U.S. national team's games in the previous two years. From England, Wolff traveled to Germany for a try out with 2. Fußball-Bundesliga club 1860 Munich.
  • 2005
    Age 27
    He scored ten goals and ten assists in 2005.
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  • 2004
    Age 26
    Wolff scored his first career playoff goal on a penalty kick during the MLS Cup 2004.
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    He rebounded in 2004 by scoring ten goals and seven assists during the season.
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  • 2003
    Age 25
    Wolff missed most of the 2003 season due to injuries.
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    Before the 2003 MLS Superdraft, the Fire traded Wolff, in a cost-cutting move, to the Kansas City Wizards in exchange for the third overall pick, which the Fire used to select Nate Jaqua.
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  • 1999
    Age 21
    Wolff has scored nine goals in fifty-two caps since his debut against Jamaica on September 8, 1999.
    More Details Hide Details He also starred for the US in the 2000 Summer Olympics, scoring two goals and helping the team to a fourth-place finish. As with his club teams, however, Wolff has had trouble securing a definite spot because of continual injury problems. He did play for the United States in the 2002 World Cup, assisting on the opening goal in the second-round win against Mexico. On May 2, 2006, Wolff was named to the US roster for the FIFA World Cup in Germany. Wolff played his last national team match versus Spain at Estadio El Sardinero on June 4, 2008.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1977
    Born
    Born on February 25, 1977.
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