Alejandro Bedoya

Philadelphia Union

News roundup: Bedoya off to USMNT camp, International Champions Cup teams announced, and more

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Bedoya off to play with the national team, 8 big European teams heading stateside, HCI signs two, and the rest of the day's news.

News roundup: Bedoya off to USMNT camp, International Champions Cup teams announced, and more – WEDNESDAY

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Bedoya off to play with the national team, 8 big European teams heading stateside, HCI signs two, and the rest of the day's news.

Where the Union stand

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We are three weeks into the MLS season. What fate lays in store for the Philadelphia Union?

Orlando City 2, Philadelphia Union 1: Instant recap and player ratings survey

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The Union dropped their first game of the season on Saturday night.

The Philadelphia Union suffered their first loss of the season on Saturday night, falling to Orlando City SC, 2-1.

The away side nearly escaped a first half that saw OCSC control every facet of the game, but Cyle Larin finally managed to translate his team's dominance to the scoreboard.

Match preview: Philadelphia Union at Orlando City SC-THURSDAY

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We take a look at the upcoming Philadelphia-Orlando match. Here is a few things to watch when the teams take the field in central Florida.

Bedoya welcomes "clean slate" ahead of World Cup qualifiers

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On paper, the U.S. Men's National Team is in a hole after two disappointing losses to start the Hexagonal round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying. However, with a new coach, Bruce Arena, in charge, one of the team's veteransis welcoming a clean slate entering next Friday's clash with Honduras at Avaya Stadium.

Alejandro Bedoya Called Up to USMNT

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The Philadelphia Union's captain will represent the US against Honduras and Panama in the upcoming hex matches.

Philadelphia Union captain, midfielder, and designated player Alejandro Bedoya has been named to the United States National Team ahead of their upcoming World Cup Qualifiers. These games will be played in San Jose, California against Honduras on March 24th, and in Panama City, Panama against Los Canaleros on the 28th.

Player ratings: Union 2-2 Toronto

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PSP's weekly player report card. Please sign and return.

Postgame video: Union 2-2 Toronto

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PSP's Mike Servedio and Greg Orlandini break down the match. Interviews with Rosenberry, Blake, Medunjamin, Bedoya and Sapong. Postgame press conference with Curtin. Click on for more.

Bedoya, Altidore exchange words following Union's draw with TFC

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With World Cup qualifiers on the horizon, two U.S. Men's National Team regulars had a heated exchange on Saturday evening.

Following the Philadelphia Union's 2-2 draw with Toronto FC, Union midfielder Alejandro Bedoya stated his displeasure with a penalty kick awarded to Jozy Altidore and TFC.

Philadelphia Union 2 , Toronto FC 2: Recap and player ratings

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The Union gain their second point of the season after an exciting match with Toronto.

The Philadelphia Union and Toronto FC split the points tonight, as they were both able to score two goals a piece. The Union opened the scoring in the 11th minute of this one, as new striker Jay Simpson opened his Union scoring account with a low header after a cross into the box from Fabian Herbers was nodded on by Chris Pontius.

Halftime report: Philadelphia Union 1, Toronto FC 1

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Mark Geiger didn't disappoint.

A great half by the Philadelphia Union was marred by a call that went Toronto FC's way at the half, and the sides went in to the locker room at 1-1.

The Union had a good chance early when Alejandro Bedoya hit a great cross from the right over to Chris Pontius, whose header went just wide of the goal.

Philadelphia Union vs. Toronto FC Game Thread

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Game Info

  • Date: March 11, 2017
  • Time: 4:30 PM ET
  • Place: Talen Energy Stadium, Chester, PA
  • Television: Comcast SportsNet
  • Stream: MLS Live
  • All-Time Record: Series is tied 6-6-5
  • Know Thy Enemy: Waking The Red

Starting XI

  • Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Fabinho, Richie Marquez, Oguchi Onyewu, Keegan Rosenberry; Haris Medunjanin, Derrick Jones; Chris Pontius, Alejandro Bedoya, Fabian Herbers; Jay Simpson
  • Toronto FC: Clint Irwin; Nick Hagglund, Drew Moor, Eriq Zavaleta; Justin Morrow, Victor Vazquez, Michael Bradley, Armando Cooper, Tsubasa Endoh; Sebastian Giovinco, Jozy Altidore

Bench

  • Philadelphia Union: John McCarthy, Jack Elliott, Ray Gaddis, Warren Creavalle, Roland Alberg, Fafa Picault, C.

Philadelphia Union home opener, Mix Diskerud on loan in Sweden: Brotherly Game Daily Links 3/11/17

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It's the home opener for the Union, get ready for the game with some links.

Philadelphia Union News

Match Preview: Philadelphia Union vs Toronto FC
Redemption is spelled U-N-I-O-N. At the very least, that's what the Union will hope as they square off with the team that eliminated them in 2016.

Player of the week: Derrick Jones

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There was a lot placed on the shoulders of a homegrown player making his professional debut. No one could have expected a performance like this. Derrick Jones is PSP's player of the week.

Player ratings: Whitecaps 0-0 Union

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Who impressed? Who didn't? PSP hands out player ratings for the Union's opener.

News roundup: Union play it smart, rankings galore, Garber in town, more

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The Union play it smart to earn a draw and close out the opener, plenty of meaningless league rankings, local youth connections, and the USWNT play on in the SheBelieves Cup.

Tactical Analysis: Philadelphia Union boosted by Derrick Jones’s stellar play

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All aboard the Derrick Jones hype train

The Philadelphia Union opened up their 2017 Major League Soccer season with a scoreless draw against the Vancouver Whitecaps at BC Place. After a very busy offseason, Philadelphia revealed a brand new lineup featuring Academy standout Derrick Jones, Bosnia and Herzegovina international Haris Medunjanin, and English striker Jay Simpson.

Game Thread: Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Philadelphia Union

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Game Info

  • Date: Sunday, March 5, 2017
  • Time: 9:30 PM ET
  • Place: BC Place, Vancouver, BC
  • Television: The Comcast Network
  • Stream: MLS Live
  • All-Time Record: Philadelphia Union are 2-3-2 (W-L-D) against the Vancouver Whitecaps
  • Know Thy Enemy: Eighty Six Forever

Starting XI

  • Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Fabinho, Richie Marquez, Oguchi Onyewu, Keegan Rosenberry; Derrick Jones, Haris Medunjanin; Chris Pontius, Alejandro Bedoya, Fabian Herbers; Jay Simpson
  • Vancouver Whitecaps: David Ousted; Jordan Harvey, Christian Dean, Tim Parker, Sheanon Williams; Alphonso Davies, Andrew Jacobson, Matias Laba, Cristian Techera; Erik Hurtado, Kekuta Manneh

Bench

  • Philadelphia Union: John McCarthy, Ken Tribbett, Ray Gaddis, Warren Creavalle, Roland Alberg, Fafa Picault, C.

Player to watch: Alejandro Bedoya

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We look at Alejandro Bedoya, the final player in the season preview's "Players to watch" series. The U.S. international will be asked to do many things. Where will he excel, where will he struggle, and is he the face of the Philadelphia Union?

News roundup: Trash talk, USWNT in Chester, Dallas through in CCL, Steel down Nova, more

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Alejandro Bedoya reveals Union locker room dynamics and the USWNT score a victory in Chester.

Question to answer: Are the Union a playoff team?

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Can the Union meet or even exceed the benchmark they set last season? PSP's Jim O'Leary takes stock.

Game thread: Philadelphia Union vs. Montreal Impact

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Game Info
  • Date: Wednesday, February 22, 2017
  • Time: 7:00 PM Eastern, 4:00 PM Pacific, 12:00 AM UTC
  • Venue: Joe DiMaggio Sports Complex (Clearwater, Fla.)
  • Television: None
  • Streaming: Philadelphia Union's YouTube Page
  • All-time record: Montreal leads 5-3-5 (W-L-D)
  • Know Thy Enemy: Mount Royal Soccer, a Montreal Impact community
Starting XI
  • Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Keegan Rosenberry, Oguchi Onyewu, Richie Marquez, Fabinho; Haris Medunjanin, Derrick Jones; Ilsinho, Alejandro Bedoya, Fabian Herbers; Jay Simpson
  • Montreal Impact: Maxime Crepeau; Daniel Lovitz, Victor Cabrera, Laurent Ciman, Hassoun Camara; Patrice Bernier, Marco Donadel, Hernan Bernadello; Ignacio Piatti, Nick Dupuy, Ballou Jean-Yves Tabla
Injuries Philadelphia Union
  • Josh Yaro will miss the next 3-4 months to undergo shoulder surgery.

News roundup: USMNT uniform drop, Ayuk’s future, Union scrimmage, more

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Eric Ayuk falling down the depth chart, new red USMNT jersey introduced, Vancouver and NYC announce big signings, more news.

Match report: Philadelphia Union 0-1 Chicago Fire

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Michael de Leeuw scored the lone goal to drop the Union in a closed door scrimmage in Bradenton, Florida.

Match Recap: Chicago Fire beat the Philadelphia Union 1-0 in windy Florida friendly

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Fans got their first look at the 2017 Union as they laced up against the Fire in a friendly matinee.

The Chicago Fire brought the wind with them and swept away the Union with a 1-0 victory in Florida. The lone goal came in the 56th minute when a cross by Nemanja Nikolic found the head of Michael de Leeuw.

The Union are a veteran team built to win now

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PSP's Dan Walsh looks at how Earnie Stewart quickly turned a young team with a smattering of veterans into a veteran team with a smattering of youth.

Fafà Picault signs with the Philadelphia Union

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The Union's roster is filling out nicely

Per a press release, the Philadelphia Union continued making moves today, as they completed the signing of 2. Bundesliga striker Faf Picault from St. Pauli. Picault was linked earlier this month to the Union by a report on German site Bild.de, and St.

Sacramento MLS bid woes, Gold Cup Final at Levi's Stadium: Brotherly Game Daily Links 2/2/17

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No matter what the results of the groundhog, we're only four weeks away from Union soccer!

Philadelphia Union News

The Philadelphia Union found a replacement for Vincent Nogueira
Even with Alejandro Bedoya, Tranquillo Barnetta, and Warren Creavalle plugging the gap, the Philadelphia Union midfield just didn't look the same after Vincent Nogueira's midseason departure last year.

More Union preseason dates, Bedoya and Pontius in USA-Serbia draw, Bradley on Trump travel ban, more

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Union bits. How did Bedoya and Pontius do in the USMNT's scoreless draw with Serbia? Bradley "sad and embarrassed" by Trump travel ban. More news.

Blake and Burke called up, Union bits, league news, Bedoya talks USMNT, more

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Union's Blake, Steel's Burke, called up by Jamaica. Bedoya on what's changed under Arena at USMNT. More.

Union’s off-season grade: Incomplete

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PSP's Dan Walsh looks at some prospective new additions to the Union as they start preseason training today with their shopping list of off-season needs apparently incomplete.

Have Union acquired Adam Najem? Preseason begins today, Le Toux to DC, league news, more

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Have Union acquired rights to Akron playmaker Adam Najem from NYRB? Union preseason begins today. Has Le Toux signed with DC? Details for second Philly Unity Cup. More.

Season schedule released today, Union bits, USWNT host Germany at Talen in March, more

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The 2017 Union schedule will be released today. Union bits. USWNT host Germany at Talen Energy Stadium on March 1. Latest MLS signings. More news.

USL and NASL both D2 for now, Union bits, more news

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USL and NASL to share Division 2 status in 2017. Union bits. League news. More.

Jim Curtin

Mix Diskerud out at NYCFC, 2017 MLS Season starts tonight: Brotherly Game Daily Links 3/3/17

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Weekend links are almost here.

Philadelphia Union News

Union's Alejandro Bedoya fit and ready for Sunday's season opener
Pretend for a moment that you're a Europe-based soccer player who's moving to MLS in the summer.

Depth makes Union optimistic
Union coach Jim Curtin finds himself in an interesting situation.

Picault signed, Bedoya/Pontius vs Blake in USA-JAM friendly tonight, league news, more

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Union add a speedy winger. Union teammates face off in tonight's USA-Jamaica friendly. League news. For and against Trump travel ban. A thank you.

The Rest

Pulisic scores again, Bedoya gets call-up, Eric Ayuk’s whereabouts, more news

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Photo: Paul Rudderow Philadelphia Union The Union posts photos of indoor practice after the whole Delaware Valley is shrouded in snow. Alejandro Bedoya has been called up to the U.S. national team for upcoming World Cup qualifiers. More below. The Brotherly Game's Matt Ralph does some detective work on Eric [.

Question to answer: Will the midfield click?

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In the final post in our Questions to Answer series, Peter Andrews examines the potential combinations in the center of midfield.

Chris Pontius makes USMNT debut against Serbia

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Pontius subbed in for Union teammate Alejandro Bedoya in a scoreless draw with Serbia in San Diego

Chris Pontius was inches away from glory in his international debut Sunday against Serbia in an international friendly that ended in a scoreless draw at San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium.

Pontius, who checked into the game in the 65th minute for teammate Alejandro Bedoya, pounced on a loose ball in the box in the 90th minute and fired a left-footed shot that beat the keeper but just missed the inside of the far post.