Much-travelled former Australian international Danny Allsopp has parted ways with DC United by mutual consent after just one season, the Major League Soccer (MLS) club said on Monday.
The 32-year-old played in 23 MLS matches, 18 of them as a starter, and was the club's joint leading scorer with five goals.
"We would like to thank Danny for his contributions to D.C. United and we wish him well in the future," DC United General Manager Dave Kasper said.
DC United's record for the 2010 MLS season was: Played (30), Losses (20), Wins (6), Draws (4) - the worst record in the 16-team North American league.
Allsopp's 15-year career includes spells with English clubs Manchester City, Hull and Notts County. He won three caps for Australia, the first in a 2007 friendly against Uruguay. The Australian joined United last January from Qatari side Al-Rayyan, where he scored six goals in 12 matches. He spent the prior four seasons with the Melbourne Victory.