Q&A with the Philadelphia Fury's General Manager on the eve of their home opener.
As the Philadelphia Fury go into their home opener this Saturday against Icon FC, the team hopes to get past their Derby Day defeat to the AC Crusaders from last Saturday. I spoke to General Manager of both the Fury and the Crusaders Graham Charters about what's in store for both teams.
In an up and down season, can the Union do the unthinkable?
The Union have really turned a rather drowning season into something worth paying attention to. Whether it is the genius of Jim Curtin or the freedom to play as they please, the Philadelphia Union are in a position to not only return to the playoffs, but to also snag a piece of hardware on their way to the party.
The Union head to the state capital to face off against the Islanders in a US Open Cup rematch.
The Philadelphia Union head to Harrisburg on Thursday the 28th to face their USL PRO affiliate City Islanders in a friendly, Harrisburg announced Tuesday. While the Union are obligated to play HCI once a year, the sudden announcement left a lot of people wondering "Why now?
The move will allow Mwanga to see the field more, as the Congolese forward has only received 214 minutes of first team playing time this season.
The Colorado Rapids have confirmed that Danny Mwanga will soon join the New York Cosmos on loan. Since joining the Rapids in 2013, he's only played 770 minutes, and he's failed to score a goal in that time.
Danny Cruz and Andrew Wenger have held down the left side of the attack under Jim Curtin. Who has been performing better, and what will happen when Maidana returns?
Ever since Jim Curtin took over the reins nine MLS matches ago, Danny Cruz and Andrew Wenger have been the interchangeable pieces on the left hand side of the Philadelphia Union's attacking midfield trio in the 4-2-3-1 formation.
Every week we "Monday Morning Manage" every game with our fellow Union faithful. What could have been done better? What were the missed opportunities? Did that sub really need to happen? We bring all the talking points to you each week right here.
Philadelphia Fury fall to AC Crusaders in exciting season opening Derby
The Philadelphia Fury and Atlantic City Crusaders opened their inaugural seasons the biggest they could. The Philadelphia Fury and AC Crusaders played high scoring game that ended with a walk off brace to give AC a 6-5 win in the very first American Soccer League game.
16 teams, 73 players all went to Camden on a Sunday afternoon to raise money for Kensington and Camden Youth Soccer Clubs. This is the story of how four of them have earned a spot in national finals in Florida.
In 2013 there were 13 teams registered. This season that number increased to 16 despite a late change in date and location that ended up coinciding with other tournaments.
The season is winding down and the playoff chase is in full gear. Once again the Union are right in the pack of teams chasing the final spots for the 2014 playoffs. This week begins the weekly look at the chance the U has at continuing the season past the regular season.
It's that magical time of year that trails only the actual playoffs in excitement; the weekly nail biting look at the playoff picture.
It is late and made later by the fact I was at the game tonight, so in lieu of a more traditional recap here are quick bullet points on the Union's 4-2 win Sunday evening against the San Jose Earthquakes.
Whatever got into Andrew Wenger this evening, he should do make sure it is in him more often.