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?
The Union should be a good team right now. Instead, they're collapsing toward the playoffs so poorly that they don't deserve the off-season, and the coaching staff deserves some of the blame, writes PSP's Dan Walsh.
The stats show Ken Tribbet is just as good as Josh Yaro, if not better. He'll get a chance to redeem himself Saturday vs. Toronto. Also, a closer look at the playoff race and observations on the Union's Kevin Krantz signing, courtesy of PSP's Dan Walsh.
Yes, the goalposts have moved for Philadelphia Union. Preseason expectations are long gone. This team is an MLS Cup contender, and Union fans and management should treat them accordingly. PSP's Dan Walsh weighs in on fan questions about this.
A beautiful team goal capped by Sapong's finish secured a 1-1 draw for the Union on short rest at Stade Saputo.
Faced with the adversity of playing in the rain, the adversity of playing on short rest, and the adversity of playing a team also at the top of the Eastern Conference Standings, the Union managed a come from behind 1-1 draw early Saturday evening at Stade Saputo in Montreal.
Philadelphia Union opened their 2016 home season with an emphatic 3-0 win over a 10-man New England side despite missing two penalty kicks. CJ Sapong had a brace and Sebastien Le Toux finished off the scoring.
PSP's crack(ed) team of writers sounds off on some of the key questions facing Philadelphia Union as the club enters the 2016 season. You get a few predictions, a few assessments, and a few "I don't cares."
A disaster first half dooms the Revolution in Philadelphia.
A disastrous first half doomed the New England Revolution, who lost 3-0 to the Philadelphia Union on Sunday afternoon.
The Union were active in the opening stanza, frequently pressuring the Revolution's back four. Their persistence paid off in the 18th minute when Fabinho sent in a cross that evaded Andrew Farrell before finding C.