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In Pictures: Union 0- Orlando City 2

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Pretty pictures from an ugly loss.

In Pictures: Union Open Practice, 1-27-17

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Daniel Gajdamowicz was on hand to capture all the action as Philadelphia Union took to the fields of the Power Training Complex to open their 2017 preseason.

Photo essay: Building PPL Park

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To mark the fifth anniversary of the first game at PPL Park, Brad Youtz shares photos of the stadium's groundbreaking and construction.

Photo essay: 2014 Union Meet the Team Event

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PSP photographer Paul Rudderow's look at the Meet the Team/New Home Jersey unveiling at Dave and Busters.

In pictures: Union reserves 6-0 DC United Reserves

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PSP photographer Earl Gardner's look at the Union reserves big 6-0 win over DC United reserves.

In pictures: Union – Sporting KC

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PSP photographer Daniel Gajdamowicz's look at the Union's US Open Cup loss.

Union vs Dynamo quick reference

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Photo: Nicolae Stoian

All-time record:Â 2-0-2 (0-2-0 in Playoffs)
At PPL Park: 0-0-2
At Robertson Stadium: 2–0–0
Goals for: 6
Goals against: 4

Did you know...

New fave words like thrash, throttle & rout, more news

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Photo: Earl Gardner

If you haven't already, read PSP's match report on the Union's emphatic win over Sporting Kansas City. It includes video of John Hackworth's postgame press conference and locker room interviews. Look for analysis and player ratings and a photo essay from the game later this morning.

Getting the groove back, more news

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Photo: Daniel Gajdamowicz

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It's official, Kai Herdling will return to Germany after the Union decline to extend his loan.

After noting the huge ovation John Hackworth received when his name was announced before last Saturday's match against DC United, Dave Zeitlin's Inside Doop says that the Union's new coach has some difficult line-up decisions ahead of him when it comes to who starts up top and in the midfield.

Union vs DC United quick reference

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All-time record: 2–1–1
At PPL Park/The Linc: 2–0–0
At RFK Stadium: 0–1–1
Goals for: 8
Goals against: 8

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The Union's first ever win was against DC United.

Reports from Union loss in H-burg, USA draw, more

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Check out the live chat that was beamed direct from Hershey Park Stadium by PSP's Eli Pearlman-Storch for a minute-by-minute account of the Union's 3-2 loss to Harrisburg City Islanders in Tuesday night's friendly. You can also read his match report.

In pictures: Union 1-0 Crew at PPL Park

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PSP photographer Paul Rudderow was on hand for Saturday afternoon's Philadelphia Union 1-0 win over Columbus Crew at PPL Park. Here's a look at what he saw.

Peter Nowak and his staff at the beginning of the match.

Peter Nowak gives a hug of thanks to one of our veterans.

Califf: “Confidence is really key.” More news.

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Photo: Earl Gardner

Check out PSP's match report and report on Peter Nowak's post-game press conference. Look for our analysis and player ratings as well as photo essay later this morning.

OK, let's get this out of the way. Here's Le Toux on the reception he received at PPL Park on Saturday: "There was a lot of emotion before the game, especially when I came on the field and at the end.

“Two unlucky goals.” Califf controversy. Quotes & match reports from Sunday’s loss. More.

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Photo: Daniel Gajdamowicz

For the Union, a first half filled with unfinished chances. For Colorado, two Union slips that lead to two goals and a win on the road. But will the loss be overshadowed by the non-selection of Danny Califf?

Philadelphia Union 1–2 Colorado Rapids

PSP's match report and photo essay.

In pictures: Union 1-2 Rapids.

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PSP photographer Daniel Gajdamowicz's photo essay of Sunday's home opener at PPL Park.

Union v Colorado quick reference

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Photo: Paul Rudderow

All-time record: 0–2–2
At PPL Park: 0–1–1
At Dick's Sporting Goods Park: 0–1–1
Goals For: 4
Goals Against: 8

July 29, 2011: Philadelphia Union 1–2 Colorado Rapids

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Nowak: Too early to judge. Califf: Super stoked and amped. More news.

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Photo: Paul Rudderow, from Wednesday night's Fan Fest. Look for our photo essay of the event later today.

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Peter Nowak says not to rush to judgement of the team after just one game. "I've said it before, I think we have the right pieces to make a run, but we need to progress and I think that is going to come with time.

Califf: “They brought all the horses”, more quotes and news

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If you can take your face out of your hands long enough to read it, PSP's Eli Pearlman-Storch has a match report from last night's Union season opener. It ain't pretty.

More match reports from the Union, The Inquirer, The Guardian, ESPN, PhillySoccerNews, Goal.

More from Orlando, Reserve League schedule released, WPS news, more

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Photo: Earl Gardner

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Look for player ratings, analysis and a photo essay from the weekend's 1–1 draw with Orlando City later today.

More local reports on the daraw from Reeves' Army, a photo essay from knightnews.com, and this TV report from wftv.com 9.

Nizar Khalfan has been called up for the Tanzanian National Team's friendly against Democratic Republic of Congo on Thursday ahead of Tanzania's 2013 African Cup of Nations qualifier against Mozambique on Feb.

More Le Talk, USWNT blasts Mexico, more news

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Some amazing PSP original work from the past few days: Earl Gardner's sweet photo essay from the SOB Help Kick Hunger event, info on the MLS All-Star game, Ed's fantastic piece on the last All-Star game in Philly, Dan's take on the possibility of selling Le Toux, and Eli's examination of the U's post-Seba strike force.

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Union Freekicks - Monday, August 27

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RSL test a 'learning curve'

While the playoff hope fades, the young Union players will still keep learning from games like this. The more games they play the better the team gets. Or so we all hope.

Photo essay: Union 0-0 Real Salt Lake

Pictures from the Union game that describe important plays during the game.

Timbers Tid Bits: First Leg Edition

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So the first leg of the play-offs officially came and went. The big surprise was Seattle getting thoroughly trumped at the hands of Real Salt Lake, but we've already covered that, much to the chagrin of the commenters (it's all in good fun!). Later today and tomorrow will see recaps of the LA-NY, SKC-Colorado, and Union-Houston games.

Union v Houston quick reference

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Photo: Nicolae Stoian

Philadelphia Union v Houston

All time record: 2–0–2

At PPL Park: (2 meetings): Union 0–0–2, 2 goals. Dynamo 0–0–2, 2 goals

At Robertson Stadium (2 meetings): Union 2–0–0, 4 goals. Dynamo 0–2–0, 2 goals

In 2010

On May 29, 2010, the Union earned their first-ever win on the road as an expansion team against Houston.

“We have the talent to make a run at this thing,” more news

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Photo: Nicolae Stoian

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In case you missed it, on Sunday we posted an extensive round up of match reports from the Philadelphia Union's 1–1 draw with Toronto FC and reaction to the clinching of a playoff berth. We also posted Eli Pearlman-Storch's match report and Nicolae Stoian's photo essay of the game.

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Eric Wynalda’s First Night on the Job as a Coach of the Atlanta Silverbacks; A Photo Essay by Rob Kinnan

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Rob Kinnan is a talented photographer from the Raleigh-Durham-Carry area of North Carolina and for the last year has made his photos available to IMSoccer News to accompany game reports and features. Last night, Kinnan was in attendance at WakeMed Soccer Park to record the debut of Eric Wynalda as head coach of the Atlanta [.

60 Glorious Photos Of Sir Alex Ferguson’s Imperious 25 Years At Manchester United

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By Chris Wright

Sir Alex Ferguson, a man who turns 70 on New Year's Eve, celebrates 25 years as manager of Manchester United on 6th November (tomorrow), so we thought we'd mark this truly astounding milestone and all the incredible accomplishments therein with a suitably colossal retrospective photo essay of the Scot's time at Old Trafford.

Around The Grounds: The Recreation Ground (EBB Stadium), Aldershot

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By Chris Wright

League Two side Aldershot's humble 7,100 capacity (4,000 seated) Recreation Ground known formally and commercially as the 'EBB Stadium' is set to play host to Premier League goliaths Manchester United in the Fourth round of the Carling Cup a week next Tuesday and, with tickets going on sale yesterday, we thought we'd give you all a little sneak peak of the venue that is lying in wait for Fergie's high-rollers (or at least the second/third string of Fergie's high-rollers) in a fortnight or so's time in the form of a photo essay.

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Reports, reaction: Union, H-burg USOC wins

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Photo: Nick Waters

Ah, springtime. Warmer, longer days that begin and end with birdsong. The trees again cloaked high in green while below flowers sprout. Harrisburg City Islanders claim another MLS scalp on the Susquehanna and it is still 16 years and no cups. Brian Carroll scores another goal in a chippy US Open cup match against DC United at the Maryland SoccerPlex and Carlos Valdes is again ejected late in a game which then goes to extra time.

Union Freekicks: Shoot The Ball, Photos, Loss, Califf On Gaddis

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Union Tally: FARFAN'S BAN LEADS TO TRICKLE-DOWN EFFECT IN WEAKENED UNION BACKLINE

"I think Ray does a great job, but he's still a kid and he's still got a lot of inexperience and he shows flashes of being a brilliant player, but he needs more games," Danny Califf said. "When we lose Sheanon on the right and an attacking guy on the left, it hamstrings us when we're trying to play out of the back.

Philadelphia Union vs Houston Dynamo in pictures

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 PSP photographer Nicolae Stoian's photo essay of the Phialelphia Union's 1–2 loss to Houston Dynamo in the first leg of the Eastern Conference semifinal.

Leaving the tunnel

The National Anthem

That will be a yellow card.

Califf on Carr.

Barry Evans

Help Camden Youth Soccer Club

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PSP readers will be familiar with Camden Youth Soccer Club from the photo essay and Q&A we did with one of the club's coaches, Barry Evans, last fall. CYSC is a volunteer-run urban soccer program that uses soccer as a way to teach healthy exercise and the benefits of teamwork.

As CYSC volunteer Gerald van Wilgen explains, "CYSC has been organizing a recreational non-competive program in the spring and fall of every year for almost ten years.

The Camden Youth Soccer Club

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(Photos: Earl Gardner)

Our two-part look at the Camden Youth Soccer Club concludes with a Q & A with coach Barry Evans. The series began with a photo essay by PSP photographer Earl Gardner.

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Raves: Keon Daniel

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(Photo: Nicolae Stoian)

Editor's note: At the end of the 2010 season, we posted a series of raves "Raves" about our favorite Philadelphia players. They need not be the team's best players, but they're guys and gals we like. Over the next two weeks, we continue the series again with some of the PSP writers and contributors favorite players of 2011.

Some Soccer News for Wed Oct 12, 2011

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Mexico lost for the first time under head coach Jose Manuel de la Torre, as Brazil beat the 1-2.-Brazil played the whole second half with only 10 players.-But Mexico had a PK saved and got their 1 goal from a Brazil own goal.

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PHOTO ESSAY - Free Beer Match Day: USWNT in Dallas

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We took in the United States Women's National Team international friendly against New Zealand in Frisco, Texas this past weekend. A pair of Alex Morgan late goals spared the Lady Nats blushes, but as always, when American soccer is on tap there's no question it was a good time.
We were joined at the tailgate by member several area chapters of the American Outlaws (Dallas-Forth Worth, Oklahoma City, Houston, Austin, and San Antonio)the San Antonio soccer supporters group, the Crocketteers (a NASL, the Scorpions starts play this season), and members of several FC Dallas supporters groups.

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