A reserve-heavy Union team tied Maryland 1-1 on Sunday morning
As they have in their first two league matches, the Philadelphia Union played to another draw in a scrimmage with the University of Maryland at Talen Energy Stadium on Sunday morning.
Charlie Davies scored a goal late in the first half with a tap-in off a cross from Roland Alberg after Ilsinho found space down the right side.
Can the Union meet or even exceed the benchmark they set last season? PSP's Jim O'Leary takes stock.
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.
Davies re-signed. Marquez ranked among best MLS left center backs. Donovan to Salt Lake? More news.
Union re-sign the forward to a one-year deal.
Curtin wants the Union to be known for producing USMNT players, says team is looking for a striker and center back. More news.
Philadelphia Union could lose a man in today's expansion draft, but some intriguing names could be available in free agency and the re-entry draft.
Union host Orlando on Sunday. Jay Sugarman on the Union's new training complex and acquiring Alejandro Bedoya. More news.
Montreal and DC pull within a win of passing Union. Curtin calls Barnetta best player to ever wear a Union jersey and more notes from his weekly presser. More news.
Tranquillo Barnetta will not re-sign with the Union, will join his hometown club in Switzerland after end of season. More news.
New format for upcoming Expansion Draft announced. Dallas tops New England to claim US Open Cup championship. More news.
Some observations on Philadelphia Union, in light of their draw with Montreal on Saturday.
Roland Alberg and Tranquillo Barnetta were on target as the Union defeated nine man Kansas City 2-0.
Union news ahead of Saturday's big home game against Toronto and more.
Union continue to receive accolades after road win over New England. More news.
Union thump New England on the road as Bedoya makes solid debut. Bethlehem falls to Pittsburgh. League results. Fall out from USWNT Olympic loss. More.
Postgame remarks from Jim Curtin, Alejandro Bedoya, and Charlie Davies follwoing the Union's comprehensive win over New England.
Union-New England previews and more Union news. USWNT face Sweden in Olympic quarterfinal. More news.
Union head coach Jim Curtin talks with Greg and Mike about the arrival of Alejandro Bedoya and Charlie Davies. Also discussed is the injury to Brian Carroll and where Maurice Edu is with his return from injury.
Postgame comments from Jim Curtin, Chris Pontius, Charlie Davies, Andre Blake.
DC away on Saturday. Curtin says team looking for defensive addition, trialist in over the coming weeks. Reaction to Union's transfer window dealings. More news.
3 teams, 3 trades, 3 players: PSP takes a closer look at the Union's deadline dealing and wheeling to see how new acquisitions will fit and whether the cost -- including Sebastien Le Toux -- was worth it.
Union close the summer transfer window with a bang with three big moves. More news.
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The New England Revolution announced Thursday morning that the team traded striker Charlie Davies to the Philadelphia Union.Davies, a fan favorite at the Revolution, revealed on Saturday thatearlier this spring he was diagnosed and treated for liposarcoma (a rare form of cancer) and that he is now in remission.
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Just hours after acquiring Alejandro Bedoya, the Philadelphia Union bolstered their attack with the addition of a veteran forward.
The Union announced on Thursday that the club has acquired forward Charlie Davies from the New England Revolution forGeneral Allocation Money, Targeted Allocation Money and the Union's first round selection in the 2018 MLS Draft.
As Phase Two of preseason heats up, PSP's Peter Andrews breaks down five key positional battles on what might be the deepest Philadelphia Union team ever.
Blake no longer has Generation adidas status. More Union bits and other news.
Twellman talks Davies deal. US looks to advance, finish top of their group when they host Trinidad and Tobago in tonight's World Cup qualifier. Honduras asked FIFA to replace Mark Geiger for tonight's qualifier against Mexico. More.
Notes from Curtin's weekly press conference and other Union news. Trusty says signing with hometown Union a dream come true. League news. More.
Brian Carroll out with plantar fasciitis injury. Notes from Alejandro Bedoya's introduction. USWNT draws 2-2 with Colombia, faces Sweden in Olympic quarterfinals. More.
Bedoya introduced to the media. More Union news. USWNT faces Colombia in final group game at the Olympics. More news.
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There's no reason to mince words: 2016 has been nothing but a huge disappointment for the New England Revolution. Less than two years removed from an MLS Cup final appearance, the Revolution look likely to miss the playoffs in a league where a ridiculous 60% of the teams qualify for the postseason.
New England Soccer Today'sSean Donahue and Justin Churchill join Tom Quinlan and Roderick MacNeil in studio on New American Game on WMEX AM1510to discuss the Charlie Davies' trade, the New England Revolution's recent results and other happenings in the soccer world. New England Soccer Today's Brian O'Connell joins via the phone.
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The New England Revolution's struggle for consistency and struggle for success away from home continued on Sunday evening as the team wasted a halftime lead in falling 3-1 at Orlando SC in front of27,768 at Camping World Stadium. Kei Kamara gave the Revolution the lead in the 19th minute, but Cyle Larin equalized just seconds after the halftime break and Kevin Molino added goals in the 64th and 83rd minutes to give Orlando a 3-1 victory and draw the second year club even on points with a game in hand onthe Revolution for the 6th and final Eastern Conference playoff spot.
Take a look at who's in and who's out.
After a two week break due to the Copa America, the New England Revolution are back in action this weekend when they face the Vancouver Whitecaps. Unfortunately, the Revs won't be at full health when they make their cross-continent trip.
Charlie Davies (right abductor strain) and Gershon Koffie (right knee sprain) will miss Saturday's clash while Darrius Barnes (right hip strain) is questionable.
Charlie Davies is so smooth.
Charlie Davies appeared on Good Morning America on Monday and he was just as entertaining as you'd expect.
Standing alongside David Villa and Maurice Edu, Davies gave social media tips while promoting the domestic soccer scene. Davies was excellent in his role as league ambassador, as he gifted host Dan Harris a customized jersey, predicted that the US Men's National Team will beat Colombia this Friday in Copa America play, and showcased his dancing skills.
Gooch went through his first media scrum today. Here's what he had to say.
Questions will be in bold, not all of them were asked by us but here are the highlights from Oguchi Onyewu's first presser as a member of the Union.
Been on trial a bunch of places, what about time with the Union made it the right decision: If I ever came back to play in MLS, I wanted to be on the East Coast.
Earl Gardner's look at the Sons of Ben's third annual Pints for Pets charity event.
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Charlie Davies has faced many battles throughout his career, but the New England Revolution forward announced on Saturday that he is in the middle of facing his biggest battle yet.
The 30-year-old forward announced on Saturday that he was diagnosed withliposarcomaduring the spring.