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Maurice Edu Union

Philadelphia Union 2014 Preseason Review and Season Prediction

Preseason for the Philadelphia Union has finally begun, and the high anticipation and expectation for the Union this year has picked up. Since last year’s disappointment in the league, the Union have made some key signings and have been very busy. In this year’s MLS Super Draft, the Union traded up from second to first […]

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Union Chivas USA

Match Day Preview: Union vs. Chivas USA

Todays match at PPL Park in Chester, PA has the Union coming up against Chivas USA. After a hard fought draw and a disappointing loss, the now 4th in the East Union need a win to gain some confidence back. This fixture gives the Union a great chance to do just that. Chivas USA is […]

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Philadelphia Union vs Real Salt Lake

Match Day Preview: Union vs. Real Salt Lake

After a draw against FC Dallas, the Union will be looking to upset the best team in the MLS, Real Salt Lake, at Rio Tinto Stadium in Utah. RSL leads the MLS with 33 points this season, and are in first place in the Western Conference. The Union have dropped into third place after the recent […]

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Union Kansas City

Philadelphia Union Drop Season Opener 3-1: Recap/Analysis

The Philadelphia Union played against Sporting Kansas City in the MLS season opener. The Union came into this game hoping to turn around their efforts from the end of last season, as they lost their last 3 games. They also were looking for their forward Sebastion Le Toux to make an immediate impact in his […]

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Despite Man Advantage, Union Drop Heartbreaker to Columbus

On Wednesday night, the Philadelphia Union (7-13-4) played in front of a home crowd of 16K strong fighting to stay in the playoff picture in the Eastern Conference. This was a do-or-die match for the Union, where a win would not only mean 3 points but a 6-point swing in relation to the Columbus Crew, […]

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Union fall to Red Bulls

Shorthanded Union Drop Close Match to Red Bulls

Although the Philadelphia Union (2-6-1) played a close, well-fought game, they simply couldn’t hold onto their second half lead against their arch rival, the New York Red Bulls. In a game where goals were plentiful, the Union out jumped to a 2-1 lead, fueled by Columbian striker Lionard Pajoy who has had a quiet season […]

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Union lose to Sounders 1-nil

Union Drop Second Straight Game in Loss to Seattle

In the MLS Game of the Week, featured on ESPN, the Philadelphia Union suffered a 1-0 defeat to the streaking Seattle Sounders. The Union (2-5-1) were dominated by the third-place team in the Western Conference; they were out shot, out-hustled, and most importantly out-played. Philadelphia generated next to no offense with poor performances from players […]

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Union Fall to Earthquakes

Union Fall Late to San Jose

In an evenly-paced game that looked as though it would end in a 1-1 draw, Philadelphia suffered a devastating defeat due to a goal in the 93rdminute. With a late connection from Gabriel Gomez, the 18K at PPL Park believed that their team would earn a well-deserved draw. But their hopes were crushed when Steven […]

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Zac MacMath vs Chivas

Despite 3 Ejectons, Union Win 1st Road Game

In a high-drama, action-packed game in California, the Philadelphia Union (2-3-1) managed to hold on to a 1-0 victory over Chivas USA. The Union extended their span of time without conceding a goal to 332 minutes, thanks to the recently impressive play by goalie Zac MacMath. With the deceptive footwork of midfielder Michael Farfan, and […]

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Union Beat Crew, Win 1st Game

On a sunny afternoon in PPL Park, featuring 18,500 screaming home fans, the Philadelphia Union (1-3-1) won their first game of the season thanks to a successful penalty kick. The Columbus Crew, who were 2-2 coming into today’s match, were frustrated by the ineptitude of their offense, caused by the play of Philadelphia’s defense and […]

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Union Draw with Vancouver

Union Draw Vancouver, Net First Points

On a rainy, overcast afternoon in Chester, the Vancouver Whitecaps traveled to Philadelphia (0-3-1) to play the winless Union. The commanding storyline was the return of the all-too-familiar bright orange cleats of star forward Sebastian Le Toux, making his first appearance in PPL Park since leaving Philadelphia. Although the Union dominated the game between the […]

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Fire beat Union

Union Results Disappointing for a 3rd Straight Time

On Saturday night in Chicago, the Philadelphia Union (0-3-0) took a trip to play the Chicago Fire (1-0-1) in their home opener, falling 1-0. A shorthanded Union team was without numerous key personnel. First, Captain Danny Calif who has been nursing his knee back from preseason surgery. Also, three team members, outside back Sheanon Williams, […]

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