PSP photographer Paul Rudderow was on hand for Saturday's final game of the World Football
Challenge 2012 as Real Madrid CF took on Celtic FC. On a sweltering afternoon at Lincoln Financial
Field both teams played hard but Madrid came out with the 2-0 victory.
PSP photographer Paul Rudderow was on hand for Saturday nights Philadelphia Union 2-1 victory over
the expansion Montreal Impact at PPL Park, which came from a dramatic stoppage time winner from
PSP photographer Paul Rudderow was on hand for Sunday night's Philadelphia Fever season
opener in Washington Township, an entertaining 2-2 draw with the New England Mutiny. You can catch
the Fever this Sunday at Egg Harbor High School when they face off against Chesapeake Charge at
PSP photographer Paul Rudderow was on hand for Philadelphia Union Saturday night's 1â€“0 win
over the Eastern Conference leading Columbus Crew. Nowak looked to change their winless ways by
played many of the younger players. Here's a look at what he saw. (Click on the photo for a
PSP photographer Paul Rudderow was on hand for Philadelphia Union Wednesday night's 4â€“4
tie with the New England Revolution. The Union fell behind 4-1 but came back in the second half.
Here's a look at what he saw. (Click on the photo for a full-size photo.)
New England pressured early but Gabriel Farfan countered with a stong clearing
PSP photographer Paul Rudderow was on hand for Philadelphia Independence Sunday's nights
1â€“0 Win over the Atlanta Beat. Here are some photos from Sunday's match. (Click on the photo for
a full-size photo.)
Heather Mitts being recognized for being on the US World Cup National Team.
I know this is a football blog but sometimes one has to put things into perspective. Â Events in
Syria are absolutely shocking, I would urge everyone to watch the above video of Sunday Times
photographer Paul Conroy speaking about the systematic slaughter of men, women and children that is
going on there.
Castles. Hedges the size of grandstands. Corner flags that have seen better days. New York
Cosmos fans. Luxury suites the size of an outdoor toilet. And real, genuine, muddy football. Pitch
Invasion tours a sampling of Non-League football in England throughout 2011, courtesy of the
wonderful work and dedication to the lower levels of the English game by photographer Paul
LONDON, Engand David Beckham stopped to help a stranded family whose car broke down on the way to
school. Beckham pulled over during morning rush hour near a roundabout in the town of Ware in
England. He assisted photographer Paul Long and his two children. Long had been ignored by other
motorists before the [.