Life isn't getting any better for the former Philadelphia Union coach.
Just a few days after the Philadelphia region has had time to digest the unsealing of hundreds of documents from the Arbitration case against former Philadelphia Union coach Peter Nowak, a federal Judge has ruled in favor of the Arbitration panel's decision.
Whoa. Good move for Sporting Kansas City acquiring long time Houston Dynamo captain Brad Davis. From the Kansas City Star. -While Davis is definitely showing wear on his tires he can still be a key cog in a 15-18 player rotation needed by a championship contender.
Court documents show Philadelphia Union fired former coach Peter Nowak only after the league directed it and the MLS Players Union threatened to strike. PSP's Dan Walsh collates the key scattered details into one comprehensible story.
While the case isn't fully closed after years of controversy, there was some clarification provided on Tuesday night in the case involving former Philadelphia Union head coach Peter Nowak and the club.
Court documents covering Nowak's lawsuit against the Philadelphia Union were acquired by Philly.
Yesterday was kind of nuts on the soccer news front. Let's get right to the main reason why:
Peter Nowak vs. The Philadelphia Union | The Brotherly Game Find a good place to sit and take this one in. Yesterday, Philly.com's Jonathan Tannenwald got his hands on the documentation behind Nowak's wrongful termination lawsuit against the Union, and was tweeting out everything of note that he found.
On Tuesday evening, pages from former Philadelphia Union coach Peter Nowak's lawsuit were revealed on Twitter. His attitude toward concussions hit close to home for one of our writers.
Philly.com's Jonathan Tannenwald obtained over 200 pages from Peter Nowak's lawsuit against the Philadelphia Union, and one paragraph that stood out to me was Peter Nowak's treatment of players with concussions.
The Union could underachieve enough on their own. But now that the soccer gods have been offended by the front office's sins against soccer, the Union have become a league-wide joke once again. PSP's Dan Walsh regretfully explains.
It didn't take former Philadelphia Union head coach Peter Nowak long to find work, despite recent allegations tying him to disturbing abuse during his time in MLS.
Polish club Lechia Gdansk has hiredthe 51-year old Nowak to manage the side. Nowak won't be able to begin coaching his new team until June 30, after the completion of the necessary coaching qualifications.
The ex-Philadelphia Union manager (and legal foe) Nowak will manage a club in Poland's first division.
Pending authorization from the Polskiego Związku Piłki Nożnej (PZPN - Polish soccer's governing body), ex-Philadelphia Union manager Peter Nowak will manage Lechia Gdansk in Poland's Ekstraklasa, the club said today via press release.
Through the released court documents of the wrongful termination lawsuit we have learned some nuggets of juicy information about former members of the club, namely John Hackworth and Nick Sakiewicz.
It was obvious from the assertion that Peter Nowak told Shep Messing that the Union "don't know what they're doing" and that Nick Sakiewicz "doesn't have a [expletive] clue" that there were issues between the club and Mr.
When it rains it pours. As we try to keep you up to date on developments in the Peter Nowak story that doesn't mean that the news world is standing still. Check out more on that story as well as the latest Union and MLS news below.
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Shep Messing has more MLS Cup rings than any member of the New York Red Bulls.
Jonathan Tannenwald of Philly.com has been dropping a bunch of bombshells, having gotten his hands on the full court documents from Peter Nowak's wrongful termination suit against the Philadelphia Union and Major League Soccer.
It's been a long time coming. The Fire's all-time leading goal scorer will be officially inducted into the club's Ring of Fire during a ceremony on October 3. Razov will join Peter Nowak, Frank Klopas, Lubos Kubik, Peter Wilt, Bob Bradley, Chris Armas, and CJ Brown as the eighth individual to be honored.