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Philadelphians abroad: Where they landed

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Waivers, drafts, trials and transfers--it can be hard to keep track of player movement. Here's a cheat sheet for where players from the region have come from and gone to.

Philadelphians Abroad: Tracy wait, Gaudette strong, Richter trialling

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It was largely a quiet week for players with area ties.

Philadelphia Union

Five questions, five answers

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After a year spent mostly on the outside looking in, could Roger Torres return to America de Cali? Is the Union locker room bad for Latinos? Who will the next captain be? Who will the trialists be? PSP hits five questions facing the Union and hazards a few answers and guesses.

Califf heads big names available in Re-Entry Draft

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The Union now have their chance to bring back Danny Califf, if they want to. PSP previews the upcoming MLS Re-Entry Draft with a look at Califf and other intriguing players available.

Sak says hunt on for “big time forwards,” No Adu v Fire, more news

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Sakiewicz says hunt is on for "big time forwards." No Adu in Chicago. Chicago previews. Union player playlist.

MacMath! Union payroll! US Open Cup! Alligators!

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Philadelphia Union

Vote MacMath for Save of the Week!

Zac MacMath is ranked at No. 10 on the latest Castrol Weekly Top 20. In the Full Castrol Index, MacMath comes in at No. 29, followed by Sheanon Williams at No. 70 and Brian Carroll at No. 78. The previous highest ranked Union player was (I think) Danny Califf at No.

Union sign Konopka, fracas in CR, new pro ref organization, more news

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The Union announced on Friday morning the signing of goalkeeper Chris Konopka.

From the Department of Is It March 12 Yet, handbags in Costa Rica between the Union and Belen resulted in the abandonment of team's final scrimmage game with them down 2–0 in the first half.

New York Red Bulls

And now the off-season really begins …

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The Union's release of three players begins what baseball calls the "hot stove league," the series off-season moves each team undertakes to remake itself. PSP looks at the first moves, some potential new signings with Pennsylvania ties, and how a key league policy change could impact the Union.

MLS releases 42-player Waiver Draft list

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The MLS season may not be over just yet, but the offseason preparations for next year are already in motion for most teams.

Clubs have already begun waiving players andMonday will be the first big day in the offseason, as the MLS Waiver Draft is set to take place. A total of 42 players have been made available by teams and theNew York Red Bulls led the way with 10, including centerback Stephen Keel, goalkeeper Bill Gaudette and forward Corey Hertzog.

New York Red Bulls Exodus Continues

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The reverberations from the New York Red Bulls disappointing season continued to be felt in Harrison NJ.

The day after the playoff loss to D.C. United, New York announced that manager Hans Backe and assistant coach Jan Halvor Halvorsen will not be back as the team did not extend their expiring contracts.

Red Bulls officially decline option of ten players

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SBI reported last week that the New York Red Bulls would part ways with veterans Teemu Tainio, Jan Gunnar Solli, Bill Gaudette and newcomer Jose Angulo.

You can now add six more names to that list.

Stephen Keel, Corey Hertzog, Jeremy Vuolo, Tyler Ruthven, Jhonny Arteaga and Jonathan Borrajo become the latest casualties in the Red Bulls offseason exodus.

Sporting KC loses key striker to injury

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After leaving the match on Sunday after a collision with Red Bulls 'keeper Bill Gaudette, Sporting KC announced a day later that striker Teal Bunbury will undergo season-ending surgery on Friday.

The injury occured just four minutes into the match, when Bunbury beat Gaudette to a ball just outside the box, crossing the ball to Kei Kamara for an easy goal and 1-0 Sporting lead.

RBNY vs Sounders: I'll Take The Point

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It was Freddy Montero Day again @The Cathedral of Football. The Colombian forward, who did not wish to see his streak of always killing us end, scored a sensational equalizing goal that earned the visiting Seattle Sounders a 2-2 draw against the Red Bulls.

The Red Bulls got off to a horrible start, with Seattle having the better of play in the opening minutes.

Matchday @Red Bull Arena: Red Bulls vs Sounders

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And we're back! It's matchday, once again, @The Cathedral of Football, Red Bull Arena (built by Makita). Today's opponent is Red Bulls killer Seattle (4:00pm ET, ESPN, match notes here).

It's a new-look Red Bulls team this week, with the club acquiring forward Sebastien LeToux and veteran goalkeeper Bill Gaudette via trades.

Red Bulls Go Trade Happy, Acquire LeToux, Gaudette

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Out Goes Dane, In Comes SebaThe New York Red Bulls went trade happy on Friday, concluding a pair of deals to bolster their lineup for the second half of the season. By far the biggest move of the day was the trade of speedy veteran Dane Richards for the much less speedy but arguably far more productive Sebastian Le Toux (yes, that Sebastian Le Toux).

Finding the Union a keeper

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John Hackworth has mentioned as much.

You, the fan, have wondered as much.

Will we be looking at a different starting keeper for the Union in March? Possible. Maybe even probable.

Who will that be? Tough to tell. If the Union go international to find a keeper, the list could be a mile long.

Philadelphians Abroad

Philadelphians Abroad: Pfeffer scores, Steffen called, Gaudette bumped

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Homegrown player Zach Pfeffer scores for Union Reserves, Academy player Zackary Steffen gets first US U-20 call-up.

Philadelphians Abroad: Gaudette strong in goal for New York

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Humelstown's Bill Gaudette continues to impress in goal for New York, and Zach Pfeffer has strong performances for US U-18s in Europe. PSP rounds up performances by locals playing in the pros in this week's edition of Philadelphians Abroad.

Philadelphians Abroad: Locals lift teams to USL Championship

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Strikes from Corey Hertzog and Tony Donatelli help propel their teams to the USL Championship final.

Philadelphians Abroad: Locals vie for USL Championship

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Local players are on five of the six teams in the USL PRO playoffs.

Philadelphians Abroad: Donatelli’s big game

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Glenside native and former Temple Owl Tony Donatelli scored two goals and an assist in a playoff-clinching win for USL PRO side Charleston Battery.

Philadelphians Abroad: Wenger puts Montreal ahead

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Bryn Mawr's (and the Union's) Jimmy McLaughlin scores for Harrisburg, Reading's (and New York's) Corey Hertzog scores for Wilmington, and Lancaster's (and Montreal's) Andrew Wenger scores on the Union.

Philadelphians Abroad: Langley lights it up

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Former Union and Swarthmore midfielder Morgan Langley comes through big for Harrisburg City Islanders.

Philadelphians Abroad: Olsen returns home for ASG

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This week a local lad returns home for the annual MLS All Star Game against Chelsea.

Philadelphians Abroad: Gaudette starts for Red Bulls

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Hummelstown native Bill Gaudette made his first start in a New York Red Bulls jersey on Sunday.

Philadelphians Abroad: Hertzog & Noone come up big

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With only one game taking place in the MLS over the past week, it seemed only right to turn our attention to the performance of Philadelphia-area players in this year's edition of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. The third round of the U.S. Open Cup provided plenty of drama across the country, not the least of it involving local players.

Philadelphians Abroad

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Bobby Convey scored his first goal in a Kansas City uniform Saturday, but his team still fell short in the end.

Convey made a nice run into the box in the first half against Chicago, picked up a pass from Roger Espinosa, and right-footed a slow ball into the net for his 31st goal in MLS.

Philadelphians Abroad: Parke shuts out

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Jeff Parke wasn't too thrilled about getting unexpectedly benched in April. So when the Seattle Sounders center back earned his way back into Seattle's starting lineup, he didn't waste the opportunity.

Parke manned the center this week for Seattle as the Western Conference club posted consecutive shutouts this week against Los Angeles and Philadelphia, with the two clubs posting just two combined shots on goal against Seattle.

Philadelphians abroad: Gaudette steps in

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It had been six years since Bill Gaudette had started a game in Major League Soccer. His start Saturday proved an eventful one.

Gaudette filled in for starter Josh Saunders and held Dallas to one goal in a 1-1 draw with Dallas. He faced his first shots in the game's first minute and stopped four shots on the day.

Philadelphians abroad

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Two right backs from the Philadelphia area faced off on Saturday, but only one came out a winner.

Chicago right back Dan Gargan started and went the full 90 for Chicago in the club's 1-0 over Philadelphia, being a key part of the Chicago attack that consistently came down the right flank.

Philadelphians abroad

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Philly locals faced off on opposite sides of the field and determined the course of a match for the first time in Philadelphia Union history.

Not that it was a good thing for any of them.

Colorado midfielder and Chestnut Hill Academy alum Jeff Larentowicz drew a red card in the 58th minute of Colorado's 2-1 win over Philadelphia, turning Sunday's Union home opener into a wide open affair as the Rapids went a man down.

Philadelphians abroad

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You've all read the weekly Americans Abroad roundups on various sites, ranging from Sports Illustrated and Yanks Abroad to

Well, PSP is now going to start doing the same with players from the Philadelphia area.

Of course, what's a Philadelphian?

The Rest

Full List Of Players For Today’s Waiver Draft

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We are just moments away from the first (of many) draft of the offseason. While the Houston Dynamo and LA Galaxy are getting ready for the MLS Cup, the rest of the league is releasing players left and right today. There is a waiver draft this afternoon and the list of players is fairly long.

Should any big pickups happen, I'll try to update you on them here.

Barnes Delivers Revs From Brink

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Revolution defender Darrius Barnes takes on Red Bulls striker Tim Cahill in Saturday's 1-1 draw at Gillette Stadium. (Photo: Walter Silva)

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Darrius Barnes' 95th minute goal erased the Red Bulls' hopes of ending their 15-game winless streak at Gillette Stadium in Saturday's 1-1 draw.

NASL Goalkeeper Woes Continue; Impacts’ Bill Guadette Out 4-6 Weeks, Parker and Defender Matthijs Out for Edmonton

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Impact goalkeeper Bill Gaudette will miss 4-6 weeks with an ankle injury.

Earlier this season Daryl Sattler, the FC Tampa Bay goalkeeper was having quite a start to the season. That is, until he tore his ACL which ended his year.

Last Friday evening at Foote Field in Edmonton, the Eddies' were taking on Carolina RailHawks where goalkeeper Lance Parker dove for a ball.