U23 goalkeeper Doug Warren made his MLS debut Thursday night when starting GK Nick Rimando got hurt and had to leave late in the game. Warren was credited with only play 12 minutes though he also played about six minutes of stoppage time. He made about 5 saves, some of them very good, came out and handled or punched away a couple of crosses, one of them in tight traffic, and showed nice distribution skills. With the Metros desparately pushing forward for a goal, Warren showed a lot of composure for someone making his MLS debut. He kept the sheet clean and helped United preserve a 2-0 win. The exact extent of Rimando's injury is not immediately known but early speculation is he did his knee, which would mean Warren would get a lot of playing time down the stretch. It's sad for Rimando but certainly good for Warren and his standing with the U23. DJ is still the No. 1 guy but this opportunity could give him a boost towards unseating Countess. Regardless, it makes our U23 team that much better.