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Berry Whine: Union defender rips Curtin, Albright in interview

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Comments in his recent interview probably ensure he won't be playing in Philadelphia - or Major League Soccer - anytime soon.

Major League Soccer is a small community.

Players, coaches, owners all know one another. Some have spent time together working for an organization, others strike up friendships during their careers.

When is it Time to Press the Panic Button?

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The best part about the MLS offseason is it is so very short. In the Union's case, that might also be the worst part about the MLS offseason.

Last offseason, right before the 2014 Superdraft, the Philadelphia Union were front and center of the MLS news. Aside from Toronto FC's splash double swoop for Michael Bradley and Jermain Defoe, Philadelphia was making waves by throwing their name in for Maurice Edu as well as little known Cristian Maidana and Vincent Nogueira.

MLS Draft 2015 live coverage

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Everything you need to follow the 2015 MLS SuperDraft

Philadelphia will again play host to the MLS SuperDraft on Thursday, but unless a deal is struck, the Philadelphia Union won't be grabbing too many headlines at the event in their backyard as they did last year trading up to make Andre Blake the first goalkeeper to go number one in the draft.

MLS Announce 2015 Opening Fixtures

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Just in time for Christmas, Major League Soccer has released the home openers for 2015 season.

The new season kicks off on March 6 when MLS Cup winners the LA Galaxy will entertain the Chicago Fire at the StubHub Center.

The opening weekend sees MLS's two expansion franchises play each other as Orlando City SC will host New York City FC at the Citrus Bowl on Sunday, March 8.

Lee Nguyen, Landon Donovan And Thierry Henry Named To MLS Best X

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Retiring stars Landon Donovan and Thierry Henry were named to Major League Soccer's annual Best XI squad on Tuesday, as was New England Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen.

This is the seventh time in his career that Donovan has been named to the Best XI, breaking a tie with MLS veteran Dwayne De Rosario for the most of any player in league history.

Lee Nguyen, Landon Donovan And Thierry Henry Named To MLS Best X

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Retiring stars Landon Donovan and Thierry Henry were named to Major League Soccer's annual Best XI squad on Tuesday, as was New England Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen.

This is the seventh time in his career that Donovan has been named to the Best XI, breaking a tie with MLS veteran Dwayne De Rosario for the most of any player in league history.

Highest Paid Player In MLS Has Yet To Play A Game In League

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The MLS Players Union have released the latest salary figures and former Real Madrid and AC Milan star Kaka heads the list, despite never having played for his club.

The 32-year-old Brazilian, who signed for Orlando City in June and was immediately loaned to Sao Paulo, is on a total salary of $7,167,500, making him not only the highest paid in the league, but the highest-paid player in MLS history.

Is Jim Curtin the head coach for the Philadelphia Union?

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The Philadelphia Union haven't made Jim Curtin head coach just yet, but rumors have that as just a matter of time. Read More

Professional Tailgating: Cup Final Day

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For the first time, I attended a competitive Philadelphia Union match but it may have been the biggest in their history. The Union played the Sounders in the final of the US Open Cup. Here are some of sights.





Sshhh – New England Revolution Lose Again

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It's a good job that the World Cup is diverting the attention of the soccer fans in New England as otherwise the alarm bells would be going off after the New England Revolutionsuffered their third straight MLS defeat on Saturday in front of 16,483 fans at Gillette.

The defeat leaves New England with a 7-6-2 record, and their 23 points is good for third place in the east.

USOC Preview: The Union look to halt the Cosmos in the fifth round

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The Union take on the NY Cosmos in possibly the most interesting match up of the fifth round of the US Open Cup. The Union in the midst of a reboot and the Cosmos flying high and enjoying taking MLS scalps as proof of the high ambition.

The Philadelphia Union face the New York Cosmos in the fifth round of the US Open Cup on June 24th at PPL Park.

US Open Cup: How bad does the Union want it?

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Can the Philadelphia Union change turn their season around and bring home the cup?

The Philadelphia Union face the New York Cosmos in the fifth round of the US Open Cup on June 24th at PPL Park.

The Cosmos play in the North American Soccer League (NASL), which is currently the second tier (D2) of US Soccer between MLS (D1) and USL PRO (D3).

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Landmark Goals

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Another stat for you, Sporting's landmark goals. This year, Sporting hit two landmark goal marks, and not surprisingly, both were scored by Dom Dwyer. Back in May, Dwyer scored Sporting's 800th league goal in their 2-1 loss to the Chicago Fire. Then on the road against Philadelphia late in the season, Dwyer scored the 400th competitive goal away from home for Kansas City.

What We Want to Happen 10/2

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Time to bring back these posts so that in the final month of the season there's an idea of where Sporting stands and what would be the best thing to help KC on getting into the playoffs and getting the highest seed possible.

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What we want to happen - Chicago Win A Philadelphia win would put them on 41 points and tied for the 5th and final playoff spot in the East.

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Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field Selected to Host the 2015 Gold Cup Final

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In what comes as quite a surprise to the Brotherly Game, Philadelphia was chosen over New York, Baltimore, and Atlanta to host the Gold Cup Final in July.

After a little twitter conversation, speculation rose that Philadelphia would be the host city of CONCACAF's championship at the end of July.

Philadelphia awarded CONCACAF Gold Cup Knockout Round match

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Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field, M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, and MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey to host knockout stage matches.

Christmas came early for fans of international soccer in our region.

Today, CONCACAF announced the venues for the 2015 Gold Cup tournament.

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Not So Super: MLS SuperDraft Preview

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This year's MLS SuperDraft is not expected to live up to it's billing.

Philadelphia will again play host to the MLS SuperDraft on Thursday, but unless a deal is struck, the Philadelphia Union won't be grabbing too many headlines at the event in their backyard as they did last year trading up to make Andre Blake the first goalkeeper to go number one in the draft.

Philadelphia Union to hold training camp in Clearwater, Florida

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The Philadelphia Union will hold their 2015 training camp in Clearwater, Florida where the Philadelphia Phillies hold their spring training.

the700level.com announced today that the Philadelphia Union's February training camp will be held in Clearwater, Florida. Since MLS may or may not have rules prohibiting teams from hosting training camp within a certain proximity of an MLS club's home, the Union had to abandon their previous camp in Deltona (roughly 30 miles northeast of the Citrus Bowl where Orlando City SC will play) and look for something a bit further away (Clearwater is roughly 104 miles west of the Citrus Bowl).

Match Day 33 - Final Road Trip

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KC is heading down the final stretch of the season and head into their final road game of the season a little short. The team is short on players as the injury bug has hit again. They travel to Philadelphia for the final road trip of the regular season looking to improve their chances of avoiding the wild card game.

THE MATCHUP: Rocky times

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PHILADELPHIA VS. TORONTO PPL PARK - WEDNESDAY 7PM ET TV: TSN 2
MANUFACTURED DERBY NAME: "The Ivan Drago Testimonial Match"
FACTS* AND STATS** PHILADELPHIA UNION - "High": Percentage chance that Maurice Edu will hurt TFC. - 4: The Rocky sequel that is our greatest guilty pleasure.

Philadelphia Union Announce "Major" Announcement For Tomorrow At Noon; It's Speculation Time!

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The Philadelphia Union tweeted they plan on making a major announcement tomorrow at noon.

JUST IN: Major announcement to come tomorrow (Wednesday) at noon. Watch via http://t.co/XfO21gkyjv pic.twitter.com/0FSEu6cGUU

— Philadelphia Union (@PhilaUnion) July 29, 2014

Following a couple weeks of links, PPL Park sightings, and overseas reports of the impending signing of Algerian goalkeeper Rais M'Bolhi signing with Philadelphia, the Union today announced they will make a major announcement tomorrow (Wednesday, July 30).

Poetry Corner Kicks: Union 3 - Red Bulls 1

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Poetry Corner Kicks can finally celebrate a home win!

Well how do you like them apples? The Big Apple came to Philadelphia and left without a point to show for their travels. It looks like the Philadelphia Union still feel bad when they are up by two goals, so they try to make the other team feel better by letting them back in the game.

Question Of The Day - What Is Your Favorite Moment In The Philadelphia Union-New York Red Bulls Rivalry?

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Whether you call it the Turnpike Derby, I-95 Derby, or (especially if you're a Red Bull fan) "it's not a rivalry" there have been some really special memories when these two teams have met on the pitch. What's your favorite?

This thread is simple. What is your favorite memory of the Philadelphia Union - New York Red Bulls rivalry?

The Designated Player Situation In Philadelphia

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Can the Union afford to bring in another Designated Player? Does Carlos Valdes return from stops in Colombia, Argentina, and Brazil? Does Maurice Edu remain in Philadelphia or is he bound to return to the English Premier League? Silly season may just be be sober season for the Philadelphia Union.

That most wonderful time of year is almost upon us.

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In Memoriam: Amobi Okugo and the Declined Options

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Amobi Okugo, last Union Original, will be heading to Orlando. We also briefly look at the Union careers of the five players whose contracts were declined by the Union.

The roller coaster that was Amobi Okugo's career in Philadelphia has ultimately ended on quite a sour note for the fans. I can't speak for Amobi or the Front Office, but I can't imagine that these sides would have wanted this relationship to end in this fashion.

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Philadelphia Union; Match Day 31

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Not the result the Union were looking for as the playoff dreams slowly continue to fade into the darkness of an early postseason. Is there any good to be found in the heartbreaking draw?

The Good: Amobi Okugo

The questions have started to be asked. Does Jim Curtin not rate Amobi?

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Juliao Suspended for Season Finale

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Sporting Kansas City's defensive issues just got worse ahead of Sunday's game against the New York Red Bulls. Today the MLS Disciplinary Committee announced that starting right back, Igor Juliao was suspended for one game and fined for his actions in KC's 2-1 loss to Philadelphia.

In the 55th minute, Juliao cleared a ball up field just in front of Philadelphia forward, Andrew Wenger.

The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly Philadelphia Union; Match Day 22

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Another trip to Kansas City and another trip home with a hard earned point. It might not have been a full 3 points, but trips to the Cauldron have not been the worst road trips for the Union. That is not to say that there wasn't a bad and ugly in play Friday night.

The Good: Strides on and off the field

In the week leading up to the Kansas City game, Rais Mbohli was announced as a new signing.

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Union Soccer: The Next Generation

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There are the hallowed halls of their new secondary school, and the development of their academy structure, from which the Philadelphia Union are building an avenue for the Philadelphia area to pave a lasting legacy in the sport. But what other ways could there be for the organization to develop the next soccer generation?

Story stream: 2014 Philadelphia Union Player Reviews

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Brotherly Game's player reviews for the 2014 season.

2014 Summary

The 2014 season began with Zac MacMath looking over his shoulder at the sudden threat to his starting spot, coming when the team traded up to get the number one overall pick and used it to draft Andre Blake, another goalkeeper.

#TBT: Marksmen Give Whalers a Christmas Beating (12/25/1924)

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Photo credit: The Fall River Globe

Welcome to a very special Christmas edition of "Throwback Thursday," where we take a trip back in time to spotlight some of the clubs that made their mark on the New England soccer landscape over the past century.

This week, we venture back to a Christmas Day clash between the Fall River Marksmen and nearby rival New Bedford Whalers on Dec.

Media F.C. Celebrates One Year Anniversary

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The origins of soccer in Philadelphia, part 2: Colonial football

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Our series continues with a look at football in colonial and post revolutionary Philadelphia.

The Furyous Five - Match 9

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Once again we catch up with the general manager of the Philadelphia Fury, Graham King Charters, in the latest installment of The Furyous Five.


1- Philadelphia fell to Rhode Islandon Saturday 3-2. How has the team handled the lost?

GKC- Naturally we are all disappointed.

Preview: Union play for pride on the road against the Crew in season finale

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Let's finally put this miserable season to bed.

The Union travel to Columbus for a game less meaningful than a Harrisburg City Islanders friendly.

The Union play the Crew onSunday because the schedule says so (and for absolutely no other reason).

Enjoy your last 90 minutes of goalkeeper intrigue, Philadelphia!

Is it the right call to move on?

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It seems as though, despite massive improvement over the course of a few seasons, that Zac MacMath has been dumped for a shiny new goalkeeper. Was it the right call?

There is no doubt that Zac MacMath has had growing pains during his development in Philadelphia. Criticism of him has been fair in years prior, but as the goalkeeper improves so does the intensity of his critics.

The Furyious Five

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Every week we ask the Philadelphia's Fury GM 5 pressing questions. We call them The Furyous Five.
Coming off a heartbreaking defeat against Western Mass, how do they move on?

TBG) The Fury had a heartbreaking loss to Western Mass when the visitors scored two quick goals in the last five minutes.

HOT TOPIC QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Did Philadelphia win the McInerney/Wenger trade?

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Philadelphia's early season was defined by the trade for Andrew Wenger. Few thought they could survive without the leading scorer from a year prior. With Wenger exceeding expectations recently, is it safe to say the Union have won?

Out of the blue Andrew Wenger is a valuable asset to this Union team.

Earthquakes 5 Fire 1 - recap and ratings

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After a win in New England and what probably should have been a victory against Philadelphia, the Fire provided what might have been considered a ray of hope. A strong defensive performance in those two games seems to have given the false indication that things were turning towards the positive as the season progressed into the second half.