If you had to define Bedoya's biggest trait...could you?
As a public school teacher I bristle when I hear the tired expression “Those who can do, and those who can’t teach”, however in the case of the Union coaching staff I might just make an exception.
The MLS player salaries were released by the Players Union for the 2017 season and we can begin to look behind the curtain of the Union front office.
Dear Union, I want to have hope. I so do. That's why I look forward to reading or watching tidbits from Jim Curtin's weekly press conference. He might drop some ideas about what we can look forward to in the next iteration of the Union. There may be a sentence I can replay in my … Continue reading A letter to the Union: Defense, not possession, is “key”
Being a supporter of the Union means different things to different people. To some....
My name is Caleb. On the Union’s April 22, 2017 game, where they blew a 3-0 lead against the Montreal Impact (it hurt emotionally), I was one of the children who walked out with the players. I play for Swarthmore Soccer Club.
For ten years the Sons of Ben have been a loyal and loud group of supporters. I've always admired and appreciated their devoted loyalty and support.
Earnie Stewart will either be the villain or the saint.
Are We All Down In The D.U.M.P.s? They say it’s the hope that kills you. At The Philadelphia Union I think we have found a fate worse than death. It’s not the hope that is killing us - it’s the hopelessness that is slowly draining all the joy. As a Union fan (I am not … Continue reading The D.U.M.P.s
The world doesn’t need another soccer blog, especially one about a below average MLS side. Nevertheless, here it is because blogging is so darned easy and a bunch of us fans love to write about soccer and the Union and everything in between. We've all written about the Philadelphia Union many times and we want … Continue reading Welcome to The Union Deux