Jack McInerney

Philadelphia Union

Edu says Union need to get nastier, City Islanders home opener on Saturday, more

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Maurice Edu says Union need more of an edge to kill off games. How many games will Edu miss if he gets USMNT WC camp call up? Union academy wins at Generation Academy Cup but doesn't advance to semis. City Islanders home opener on Saturday. More.

Recaps, reaction from RSL draw, Academy news, league results, more

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Reaction following Saturday's draw with Salt Lake. Union Academy U-17s begin Generation adidas Cup play. MLS results and standings. More news.

Union news & previews ahead of RSL, Copa America in USA, USWNT tops China, more

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Union news ahead of Saturday's game against RSL. McInerney says trading him was a big mistake. Carli Lloyd scores 2 in USWNT win. More news.

Transcript and video from John Hackworth’s weekly press conference

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John Hackworth discusses Andrew Wenger's qualities, RSL's consistency, competition at goalkeeper and center back, the team's injury status, and more.

Union news and notes, Jack has something to prove, SoBs condemn hate tweet, more news

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Power rankings, Edu's World Cup prospects, and more Union news and notes. Vereinigung Erzgebirge wins Easter PA Amateur Cup. Wambach says players not behind Sermanni firing. More news.

How the Mac deal impacts the Union

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The trade of Jack McInerney impacts Philadelphia Union perhaps more than any other Union player's departure would. Here's how it changes the team and roles for players like Aaron Wheeler (pictured). Also, a look at Keon Daniel's release.

HOT TOPIC QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Will Philadelphia Become Wenger’s World?

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The news that overshadowed the Union’s 2-2 draw with Chicago was the trade for Andrew Wenger. How will he perform in the city of Brotherly Love?

It was a move that shocked me as much as it shocked the rest of the Philadelphia Union fan base. Met with very extreme mixed reactions ranging from a nightmare scenario to wild acclaim, Jack McInerney was traded to the Montreal Impact for forward/defender/midfielder/keeper (I believe he can play anywhere on the field, why not goalkeeper?

Reports & reaction to draw in Chicago and McInerney trade, league results, USWNT coach fired, more

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Reaction to draw in Chicago. More on McInerney trade. City Islanders open season with road draw. Tom Sermanni out as USWNT coach. more news.

Interview: Jack McInerney talks about his trade to Montreal

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PSP's Eli Pearlman-Storch talks to Jack McInerney about his trade to Montreal.

Here’s why Philadelphia traded Jack McInerney

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PSP's Dan Walsh breaks down the Union's shock trade of a Union original.

Jack McInerney to Montreal for forward Andrew Wenger

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In a surprise move today the Union traded Jack McInerney for Andrew Wenger.

Hearing @MLS trade being announced soon with @PhilaUnion shipping Jack McInerney to @impactmontreal for Andrew Wenger and more.

- Taylor Twellman (@TaylorTwellman) April 4, 2014

The Philadelphia Union shocked everyone in the American soccer landscape this morning when they shipped off star 21 year old striker Jack McInerney to Montreal for former Reading United forward Andrew Wenger.

Union trade Jack McInerney to Montreal for forward Andrew Wenger

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John Hackworth doubles down on his system by trading last year's team-leading goalscorer for a young local product that may be more suitable for the Union's evolved offense.

Hearing @MLS trade being announced soon with @PhilaUnion shipping Jack McInerney to @impactmontreal for Andrew Wenger and more.

Union trade Jack McInerney to Montreal for Andrew Wenger

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Union deal McInerney to Montreal for Lancaster-native Andrew Wenger. Hackworth says trade possible because "our team has evolved."

Know Your Enemy: Philadelphia Union

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"The finest workers in stone are not copper or steel tools, but the gentle touches of air and water working at their leisure with a liberal allowance of time."

OTF's Stephen Mangat marches to the beat of the drumming in his mind...

In the 2010 book The Invisible Gorilla,psychologists Christopher Chabris and Daniel Simons write about a video that showssix actors passing a basketball.

Edu on US callup, US news ahead of Mexico friendly, Barca transfer ban, more news

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Edu, saying all the right things, again. USMNT news ahead of tonight's friendly. FIFA bans Barcelona from participating in two transfer windows. More news.

Game-Changers Union vs Montreal 3-29-14

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We "Monday morning coach" every game with our fellow Union faithful. What could have been done better? What were the missed opportunities? Did that sub really need to happen? We bring all the talking points to you each week right here.

We are now 4 games into the season, and the Philadelphia Union seem to have thrown 4 points down the drain.

Player ratings & analysis: Union 1-1 Impact

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Another dominant performance, another disappointing result. PSP has player ratings and analysis on the Union's 1-1 draw with Montreal.

GAME THREAD: Philadelphia Union vs. Montreal Impact

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UNION GAME #4
VS
PPL Park, Chester, PA
March 29, 2014
4:00 PM ET
6ABC - JP Dellacamera, Peter Pappas, and Heather Mitts
Know Thy Enemy: Mount Royal Soccer
Starting XI
Jack McInerney Forward Marco Di Vaio

Cristian Maidana, Vincent Nogueira, Sebastien Le Toux

Brian Carroll, Maurice Edu,

Midfield

Andres Romero, Felipe, Justin Mapp

Hernan Bernardello, Collen Warner

Fabinho, Aaron Wheeler, Amobi Okugo, Ray Gaddis Defense Heath Pearce, Hassoun Camara, Matteo Ferrari, Eric Miller
Zac MacMath Goalkeeper Troy Perkins
Andre Blake, Ethan White, Michael Lahoud, Corben Bone, Leo Fernandes, Antoine Hoppenot, Conor Casey Bench Evan Bush, Jeb Brovsky, Karl Ouimette, Patrice Bernier, Blake Smith, Santiago Gonzalez, Andrew Wenger
Stats (Explained Here)
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Injury updates, preventables & execution, other Union press conference notes, more news

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Notes from John Hackworth's weekly Union press conference. How Fernandes readied for the new season. More news.

GAME CHANGERS Columbus Crew vs Philadelphia Union 3-22-14

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We "Monday morning coach" every game with our fellow Union faithful. What could have been done better? What were the missed opportunities? Did that sub really need to happen? We bring all the talking points to you each week right here.

The Union have never won in Columbus, and despite positive vibes coming from the Union in the previous games, that did not change this time.

Match Report: Columbus Crew 2-1 Philadelphia Union

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Leo Fernandes' second half goal, his first in MLS, would not be enough to overcome Bernardo Anor's two first half goals for the Crew.

GAME THREAD: Columbus Crew vs. Philadelphia Union

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The Philadelphia Union seek to continue their unbeaten start to the season as they travel to Columbus to take on conference rivals Columbus Crew.

UNION GAME #3
VS
Crew Stadium, Columbus, OH
March 22, 2014
6:00 PM ET
TCN - JP Dellacamera and Peter Pappas
Know Thy Enemy: Massive Report
Starting XI
Federico Higuain, Jairo Arrieta Forward Cristian Maidana, Jack McInerney, Sebastien Le Toux
Hector Jimenez, Wil Trapp, Tony Tchani, Bernardo Anor Midfield

Vincent Nogueira

Brian Carroll, Maurice Edu

Josh Williams, Giancarlo Gonzalez, Michael Parkhurst, Waylon Francis Defense Fabinho, Aaron Wheeler, Amobi Okugo, Raymon Gaddis
Steve Clark Goalkeeper Zac MacMath
Matt Lampson, Chad Barson, Tyson Wahl, Agustin Viana, Justin Meram, Adam Bedell Bench Andre Blake, Ethan White, Corben Bone, Leo Fernandes, Danny Cruz, Antoine Hoppenot, Conor Casey
Stats (Explained Here)
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Crew previews, Fred signed, Unioners on HCI roster, more

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Previews of Saturday's game in Columbus. Carroll looking forward to facing former club. Depth. Union's McLaughlin and Hernandez on City Islanders roster. More.

Notes from Hack’s presser, MLS ref lockout over, Cherundolo retires, Garber on Qatar WC, more

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Bullet points from Wednesday's weekly Union press conference. Referee lockout ends. Steve Cherundolo retires. Garber calls Qatar 2022 "a monumental disaster." More news.

Analysis & Player Ratings: Union 1-0 Revs

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The Union have never played a better half than they played in the first half against New England on Saturday, winning 1-0.

Postgame video and quotes: Union 1-0 Revolution

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Video of John Hackworth's postgame press conference and locker room interviews with Ray Gaddis, Amobi Okugo, Aaron Wheeler, and Leo Fernandes. Also, postgame quotesheet.

Union v NE previews, Edu wants to doop, SoBs will go marching in, more news

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Previews ahead of Saturday's home opener. Edu wants to doop. Sons of Ben will revive tradition of marching into PPL together on Saturday. More news.

Preview: #PHIvNE

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The New England Revolution (0-1-0, 0 points) will look to bounce back from last week's 4-0 drubbing in Houston when they travel to Chestera, Pa. to take on the Philadelphia Union (0-0-1, 1 point) at PPL Park on Saturday. Kickoff is set for 4:00 p.

Cheesesteaks, sweepstakes, replacement refs for week 2, more news

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Union players behind the counter at Jim's Steaks. Replacement refs again as negotiations canceled. USWNT saves face in Algarve Cup. More news.

But will they be fun to watch?

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Going into the start of the 2014 season, many wondered if the Union would be fun to watch. On Saturday, the Union gave their answer.

Gaston Fernandez header salvages draw for Portland Timbers in home opener vs. Union

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The Portland Timbers were hoping to get the 2014 MLS Regular Season off to a great start, while the Philadelphia Union wanted to steal some points away from home. The Union got a goal in the second half off a corner kick, and it looked like Philadelphia might walk away with three points until Gaston Fernandez headed home a deflection for a leveling goal in the final moments of the game.

Analysis & Player Ratings: Union 1-1 Timbers

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Barring the final moments of the match, there was a ton to like about the Union's first performance of 2014. PSP looks at the individual and collective play from the season opener.

“A good starting point”: Recaps and reaction from draw in Portland, MLS results, more

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Edu calls Saturday's draw "a good starting point." More quotes, reaction, and recaps from the season opener. MLS roundup. More.

Marco Di Vaio

Fire v Impact match preview

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Three teams in the Eastern Conference have yet to register a victory. Two of them are featured in this match. Both have allowed 9 goals through the first five contests and both have attackers that can find the net. Marco Di Vaio missed the first three games of the season due to suspension and predictably Montreal's offense was shut out in two of those three games.

Poetry Corner Kicks: Union 2 - Fire 2

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Poetry Corner Kicks lets The Game do the talking for this recap.

For many of my poetry recaps, I’ll try to take a theme from the game, a trend, or a special moment and let that guide the recap. In the case of this game, however, how do you choose one moment or one trend? You have the first game without Jack McInerney (I’m still digesting that one), we let Mike Magee back on the scoring sheet (like Marco Di Vaio last week), we gave up another late goal that cost us points, Leo Fernandes continues his hot start to the season, Chaco Maidana doesn’t see the starting line-up, Edu scored his first as a member of the Union, and of course, the late penalty double-save from Zac MacMath.

Maurice Edu

Reaction to Edu callup, Jack & Leo confident goals will come, more

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Reaction to Maurice Edu's USMNT callup. McInerney and Fernandes confident goals will come. Wheeler on centerback conversion. More news.

In pictures: Union 1-0 Revolution

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PSP photographer Paul Rudderow presents his look at the Union's 2014 home opener.

The Rest

Preview: #CHIvNE

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The New England Revolutiontravel to Chicago to take on the Fire this Saturday at Toyota Park. This Eastern Conference matchup of longtime rivals will give New England another solid test on the road.

Chicago's Form:

Chicago is still searching for its first win of the young MLS season, with a record of 0-1-5 through six games, but it's not time for Fire coach Frank Yallop to hit the panic button yet.

In Memoriam: Jack McInerney (2010-2014)

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Jack McInerney was a player drafted for the future in Philadelphia. His star rose a little sooner than expected and resulted in his trade. His potential won't be met in a Union jersey, but the fact is that it may never be met.

In news that shocked the Unionverse this morning, Taylor Twellman dropped a bombshell that, for some, was not even in the realm of possibilities.

Match Review - Philadelphia Union at Columbus Crew

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Union falter on a brace by Bernardo Anor, lose 2-1.

Columbus has still never lost a home opener. Brian Carroll returned from injury, but even that wasn't enough to help the Union, as they lost 2-1 to the Crew in Columbus off of a brace by Bernardo Anor.

Jack McInerney was almost gifted a goal at 6 minutes off of a sloppy pass by the Crew defense, but the Columbus center backs did well to pinch it off.