By Steven Goff Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, November 19, 2007; Page E08
United President Kevin Payne said the club continues to keep its options open in search of a site for a new stadium.
"Time is a very important consideration for us, and as such, it's going to be a big role in our decision," he said. "Whoever can come up with the right location, the right economic deal and the appropriate political will to make it happen, that's where we are going to go."
At least five banners were on display during MLS Cup at RFK Stadium expressing support for the club's proposal to build a stadium in the District. . . .