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Last year the Union went 0-3-0 and scored no goals in September. To reach the playoffs, they need to do much, much better this time around.Read more...
The Union take on Toronto in the midst of a franchise shake-up. What can the Union learn from the struggles of their Canadian doppelgängers?Read more...
The U.S. takes on the Czech Republic on Wednesday in what will be a low-pressure affair.Read more...
Sebastien Le Toux and rocket science, Andrew Wenger and pressure alleviation, the Union’s coaching search, an Austin Berry trade — PSP’s Dan Walsh has a few thoughts on his mind.
Jim Curtin set his team up ideally to take on a tired San Jose team, and were it not for two defensive lapses, the Union likely would have won by an even more impressive tally than 4-2.
Philadelphia Union twice scored a pair of goals in close succession to run away the 4-2 victors after a two-goal San Jose fight back.
You know you’ve had a good night when you’ve been the best player on the field by some distance, everyone on your team knows it and has been trying to get you the ball, and yet, the whole stadium feels like you still haven’t gotten the ball enough. Andrew Wenger had one of those nights on Sunday.
Six Union players receive international call ups. Coaching change in Toronto. MLS results. KC wins NWSL title. USMNT news. Record transfer window in England. More.
Union tops Hburg, Sak considering “different kind of structure” for tech staff, local school first in US to ban headers
Union top Harrisburg in annual friendly. Sakiewicz considering changes to structure of Union technical staff. Shipley School first in US to ban headers for middle school players. More.