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College soccer week nine recap and awards

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Local teams struggle in week nine; ACC teams jockey for top position behind unbeaten Maryland

Week nine was not a kind one for teams from the Philadelphia region as Temple conceded four times in the second half in Cincinnati, Villanova had a to settle for a draw against Xavier and Saint Joseph's handle on the Atlantic 10 standings took another hit.

Mahoney goal lifts Temple to victory over Delaware

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Owls remain unbeaten at home

Senior captain Matt Mahoney got on the end of Belal Mohamed and did well to settle it and put it in the back of the net in the 78th minute to lift the Owls to a 2-1 win over Delaware in their final non-conference test of the season.

The goal was the first of the season for the right back from Poughkeepsie, N.

Street Soccer USA Court Opens

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Kensington officially kicked off their new Street Soccer USA court with a public demonstration.

Kensington Soccer Club hosted the ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday afternoon for their brand-new outdoor soccer court. The project was a collaboration between several organizations, which I wrote about here.

Brotherly Game Daily Links 10/20/16

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Philadelphia Union News

Union notes: Team meetings, hamstring tightness & playoff buzzkills
There's not a lot of buzz surrounding a Philadelphia Union team with a 99.9 percent chance to clinch a playoff berth this weekend.

Curtin moving on from Orlando, preaching accountability ahead of Red Bulls
Accountability was the word of the day at Jim Curtin's press conference on Wednesday afternoon.

Curtin’s Comments: October 19th

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Didn't call in to Coach Curtin's presser? We got you covered

Every Wednesday Jim Curtin takes some time out of his day and fields some questions from the media. If you don't want to watch the Facebook video of it, I've compiled some highlights from this week's presser below. If you do want to watch the Facebook video of it, I've added that at the very bottom.

Match Preview: United States vs. Switzerland

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The USWNT hosts the Swiss in the first of two friendlies.

Game: United States Women's National Team vs. Switzerland

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 19

Time: 9:00 p.m. ET

Venue: Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy, Utah

Television: ESPN2

Streaming: watchespn.

Brotherly Debate: Can the Union advance in the MLS Cup playoffs with a goalless Sapong?

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Debates rage behind the scenes at Brotherly Game. Here's one about CJ Sapong and if the Union can advance far in the MLS Cup race without him scoring goals.

It's debate season, and the Philadelphia Union are providing plenty of topics to debate. Here at Brotherly Game we prefer to rationally debate issues over making patently false statements and insulting people.

Player rating results: Union mistakes doom home loss

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The fans vote that this was the Union's worst performance of the season. Hard to argue.

The Philadelphia Union had a chance to thrill the home crowd and end a five year playoff drought with an emphatic win, and instead came up very short. With two weeks off, the rested team looked as though they had forgotten how to play together.

Union Academy has productive day against Players Development Academy

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Union Academy teams pick up five wins and a draw

Matthew Real scored in the 12th minute and Tiger Graham had a brace to lead the Philadelphia Union U18s to a win over Players Development Academy on Saturday.

In their first meeting since the quarterfinal of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy playoffs back in July that PDA won 3-1, goalkeeper Jahmali Waite and the Union defense kept a clean sheet behind a five-goal day for the offense.

La Salle alum named second-team all-USL

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Joe Farrell scored five goals and had an assist in his rookie season with Rochester Rhinos

Former La Salle defender/midfielder Joe Farrell was named to the USL all-league second team after a successful rookie season with Rochester Rhinos.

The Blue Bell, Pa. native who played for his dad Pat Farrell at La Salle from 2012-15, scored five goals and added an assist in 29 appearances for the Rhinos this season.

Brotherly Game Daily Links 10/19/16

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Links on Hump Day.

Philadelphia Union News

Vote Andre Blake for Save of the Week
Another nomination for Save of the Week for Andre Blake.

Union look towards Brian Carroll for guidance in playoff push
Brian Carroll remains the only member of the Union's 2011 playoff team still active on their current roster.

Brotherly Game Daily Links 10/18/16

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Philadelphia Union News

Union 0, Orlando 2: Player grades, analysis from pitiful home performance
Here's Kevin Kinkead's thoughts from the Orlando game.

MLS News

Armchair Analyst: Dallas take Shield lead but injuries loom large in Wk.

Jamaica-Suriname, two more Caribbean Cup matches rescheduled

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The Caribbean Football Union has rescheduled the matches that were postponed by Hurricane Matthew.

The Caribbean Football Union has announced the rescheduling of three matches Caribbean Cup Qualifying - Third Round matches that were postponed in the wake of Hurricane Matthew. The Group 1 match between Jamaica and Suriname was originally scheduled for October 5 will now take place on November 13 at Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex in Kingston, Jamaica.

Temple stumbles, Villanova ties on the road in Cincinnati

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Temple suffered their worst defeat to Cincinnati while Villanova settled for a road point against Xavier over the weekend

Temple surrendered four second-half goals in their most lopsided defeat of the season on the road in Cincinnati on Saturday night.

The Owls (8-5-1, 1-2-1) opened the first half in their typical high-octane fashion creating numerous chances and forcing Bearcats goalkeeper Pedro Diaz into four saves in the first half, but it was the home side that broke through with a 49th minute goal from Jack Clark.

Poetry Corner Kicks: Union 0 - Orlando City 2

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Poetry Corner Kicks is groaning with the fans.

This was hugely disappointing, but in the end the Philadelphia Union are still very much alive for the last playoff spot. A strong early season affords them this luxury, but the fact is the Union do not look very much like a playoff team right now.