Bethlehem Steel

Harrisburg City Islanders

Match recap: Harrisburg City Islanders vs Bethlehem Steel FC

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Two voices, one recap, same low price of admission

Evan Villella: Bethlehem took the season series last night thanks to a goal from James Chambers. Obviously this was a weird game for a few reasons, but I guess I would just start with saying that Steel have won their last three in a row and are five games unbeaten now.

Match Preview: Ottawa Fury vs Harrisburg City Islanders

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The City Islanders travel to Canada for their first ever meeting with Ottawa Fury FC

Match: Ottawa Fury FC vs. Harrisburg City Islanders

Date: Saturday, June 10th

Time: 7:00 PM Eastern

Venue: TD Place Stadium (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)

Refs: Not Available

Stream:

How Ottawa will look: Ottawa is coming off of a very physical match-up last Sunday against Bethlehem Steel.

Before Dartmouth, a taste of the pros for Dawson McCartney

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Philadelphia Union Academy midfielder has impressed in two straight starts for Bethlehem Steel FC

Years of hard work for one of the more underrated players in the Philadelphia Union Academy system paid off for 18-year-old Dawson McCartney last week when he made a surprise start in the midfield for Bethlehem Steel FC.

Chris and Evan recap Bethlehem Steel FC vs Harrisburg City Islanders

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Didn't think we'd recap this separately did you?

Evan Villella, Bethlehem Steel FC correspondent: Well, that's a bit more like it from a Steel side of things. Your initial thoughts, Chris?

Chris Bratton, Harrisburg City Islanders correspondent: Our issues with nagging injuries definitely had an impact on our lineup for the match.

Bethlehem Steel fall to Harrisburg City Islanders 2-3

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Chris Nanco and Santi Moar impress despite the defeat

Starting out slow plagued Bethlehem Steel FC, with Harrisburg City Islanders only needing the opening 20 or so minutes to take a 2-0 lead on Saturday night. Apparently the theme this year, at least early on, is having former Union players score goals.

USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

Two mid-June details

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Bethlehem Steel lie 5th in the Eastern Conference table of the USL, and YSC Academy graduated its class of 2017 all but one of whom are off to college. The exception will accumulate college credits on line under the aegis of academy head of school Nooha Ahmed-Lee.

Match Report: Bethlehem Steel FC 2 – 0 New York Red Bulls II

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Bethlehem got their first-ever win against Red Bulls II, currently the highest scoring team in the United Soccer League.

A year on: 2017 Bethlehem Steel Roster v. 2016

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Tim Jones compares a younger, more versatile 2017 Bethlehem Steel roster to the team's inaugural squad.

Union Academy graduation highlights Bethlehem Steel brotherhood

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Due to imminent overseas absence for two almost-graduates, YSC Academy held an early graduation ceremony Friday, June 2, 2017 for two members of the class of 2017. Both play for the Bethlehem Steel.

Interchangeable parts, 2017

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Earnie Stewart's interchangeable parts idea may work better with soccer players than previously thought.

Match Report: Bethlehem Steel 0-1 Charleston Battery

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An early goal and a solid defensive effort saw Charleston Battery drop Bethlehem Steel on the road.

Match report: Bethlehem Steel 0-2 Orlando City B

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Bethlehem Steel were beaten Sunday by a brace that included the Orlando shooter's first professional goal.

Should Bethlehem play in the second or third division?

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PSP explores the question of which division Bethlehem should play in once USL splits into two divisions.

Philadelphia Union

Updated MLS, USL, and NWSL SEBA projections through June 18

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Philadelphia's playoffs chances continue to crash. Also, the USOC chances get bleak due to unlucky draw.

Updated MLS, USL, and NWSL SEBA projections through June 11

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Despite only a few games this week, Philadelphia's chances continue to decline a little bit.

Updated MLS, USL, and NWSL SEBA projections through June 4

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Chicago at the top of the power rankings. Philadelphia continues declining. They'll need to pull at least 7 points from the next three home matches to improve their playoffs outlook.

Updated MLS, USL, and NWSL SEBA projections through May 28

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Philadelphia moves up in power rankings but down in playoff chances. Toronto is back on top.

Updated MLS, USL, and NWSL SEBA projections through May 21

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Philadelphia moves up to 7th in SEBA's power rankings. NYCFC takes the top spot overall. USOC second round is complete with the fourth round draw decided.

Updated MLS, USL, and NWSL SEBA projections through May 14

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Philadelphia jumps up to 10th in Power Rankings. Toronto takes 1st. U.S. Open Cup 1st round is finished and the 3rd round draw is complete.

The Union Academy’s future

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The academic portion of the Philadelphia Union's Academy is of necessity undergoing a transition, as it explores a cutting edge in educational technique while still displaying mainstream, rock-solid, independent school values. PSP's Tim Jones, a retired teacher, explains.

Updated MLS, USL, and NWSL SEBA projections through May 7

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Philadelphia climbs out of last in the power rankings and moves in the right direction towards improving playoff odds.

Updated MLS, USL, and NWSL SEBA projections through April 30

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Updated MLS, USL, and NWSL SEBA projections through April 30. Orlando takes over 1st place in power rankings. Philly needs to bank a win before it can move out of the cellar.

News roundup: The Streak, Perrella departs Steel FC, xG’s, MLS roundups, more

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The Streak picks up steam and headlines, Ayuk makes his debut, and a whole bunch of takes on all the weekend action.

Updated MLS, USL, and NWSL SEBA projections through April 23

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Updated MLS, USL, and NWSL SEBA projections through April 23

News roundup: Hot messes, hot ‘Lando, takeaways, power rankings, more

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More moribund post-game analyses, league lessons and takeaways, Yallop takes off like a Phoenix, and the US goalkeeper pool shows its age.

Updated MLS, USL, and NWSL SEBA projections through April 16

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Updated MLS, USL, and NWSL SEBA projections through April 16

Players of the week: Union U17s

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The Union lost in Chester. The Steel lost in Harrisburg. In Frisco, a group of teenagers brought joy to the field, finishing fourth in the Generation Adidas Cup. The Philadelphia Union U17s are PSP's players of the week.

News roundup: Money talks, Najem debut, no thanks Terry, pro Pugh, more

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The Union can't afford to be bad, Najem makes a dream come true, and wunderkind Mallory Pugh is turning pro.

In reserve: Which Union loanees could help them now?

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There might be help for the Union down on the farm from reserve players who have been showing well there. PSP's Tim Jones evaluates Giliano Wijnaldum, Adam Najem, Marcus Epps, Jack Elliott and Auston Trusty for Union duty.

Updated MLS and USL SEBA projections through April 9

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Updated MLS and USL SEBA projections through April 9

USL team provides Philadelphia Union flexibility on international player slots

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The Eric Ayuk loan means the Union have an available international slot to work with thanks to USL loans

Eric Ayuk's loan to the Swedish first division, which was finalized earlier this week, was mostly about getting the 20-year-old midfielder playing time and experience in a top-flight league.

Bethlehem Steel FC

Match preview: New York Red Bull II vs. Bethlehem Steel FC

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See? Steel can have a marquee match up too!

Match: New York Red Bull II vs. Bethlehem Steel FC

Date: Friday, June 16th

Time: 7:00 p.m. Eastern, 6:00 p.m. Central, 4:00 p.m. Pacific, 11:00 p.m. UTC

Venue: MSU Soccer Park (Montclair State University)

Referees: REF: Luis Arroyo AR1: Tyler Wyrostek AR2: Joseph Paolini 4TH: Dave Breckner

Stream:

Steel FC All Time v Red Bull II (W-L-T): 0-3-0

What Red Bull II Should Look Like:
If you've ever seen Red Bull play at any level, in any league, there you go!

Match recap: Bethlehem Steel FC 1, FC Cincinnati 0

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Hugh Roberts scores as Steel take the season series against Cincy

"I wouldn't have marked those two off as wins, so yeah, we're happy with that." I know I should probably lead with some sort of phrase that I come up with, or maybe talk about a really nice team effort. That being said, Brendan Burke's above quote reflects just about everyone's feelings towards these games.

The Rest

Local pro, semipro clubs to play Sandy Hook benefits in West Chester

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Bethlehem Steel FC, Reading United, and West Chester United will join Connecticut-based -- and undefeated this year -- Newtown Pride for the benefit. Tickets are available.

Conneh, Chambers propel Steel to victory

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Seku stays hot and the captain hits a scorcher

The first match between Saint Louis FC and Bethlehem Steel FC was a pretty tight encounter, with Bethlehem grabbing three points late. Of course things started bleakly for Bethlehem, with Ken Tribbett slicing a clearance right into Jake McGuire's net in the third minute.

Preview: Steel meets Saint Louis FC

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Another new team for Steel, but Saint Louis has some names you might recognize

Match: Bethlehem Steelvs. Saint Louis FC

Date: June 11th, 2017

Time: 5:00pm Eastern (4:00pm Central)

Refs: REF- Lukas Szpala AR1- Walter Heatherly AR2- Brooke Mayo 4TH- Spenser Scopel

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Steel all time vs St Louis: 0-0-0

What Saint Louis will look like:
While this is another unfamiliar foe, with StL switching from Western conference to Eastern conference this year, the side features a few familiar faces.

David Beckham's stadium deal, San Jose Earthquakes new president: Brotherly Game Daily Links 6/1/17

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New month, new links.

Philadelphia Union News

Marcus Epps makes MLS debut at Real Salt Lake
Another game, another MLS debut for the Union.

Union notes: International calls, leaning to the right and a mysterious guest at training
The lineup likely does not change this weekend, judging by the scrimmage we saw on Wednesday between the Union second team and Bethlehem Steel.

News roundup: Blake saves, MLS rivalries, local derbies, USMNT previews, more

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A slow Union news day leave us time for reflection, meditation, and lots of hoopla about the USMNT's upcoming WCQ clashes versus Trinidad & Tobago and Mexico.

Match recap: Charleston Battery best toothless Bethlehem Steel FC 1-0

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Romario Williams was charged up for this one

Sometimes you just don't convert your chances. Bethlehem Steel FC had a flurry of chances in the second half, but couldn't find their equalizer as the Charleston Battery continued their domination of the USL, picking up a win yesterday afternoon in the Valley.

Match recap: Bethlehem Steel FC 1, Toronto FC II 0

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Bethlehem steal a win up north

Last year, this type of game was all too familiar for Bethlehem Steel FC. Too many games were decided by one nil results that went against Bethlehem, and really those results were the only thing that kept them from a playoff appearance. All that to say Bethlehem will be more than happy with another clean sheet and stealing a victory on the road.