Sebastian Le Toux

Philadelphia Union

Player of the week: Brian Carroll

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Could it have been anyone else?

Fans’ View: #ComeHomeLeToux

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Le Toux embodied the Philadelphia spirit that this team needs. It's time to bring him back home

Fire Attack Out of Ideas, Out of Cup

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The story that played out at PPL Park on Wednesday night was depressingly similar to the story that has been on display all season for the Chicago Fire. The Fire offense was missing a beginning, middle and end, so it was only a matter of time before the Philadelphia Union, no less feeble in attack than the Fire, would find the goal that would propel them to their second US Open Cup Final in as many years.

D.C. United's trend of conceding first at home continues in 3-1 win over Fire

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Despite extending their unbeaten home streak to 20 games, United has had to come from behind in past 3 home games

There are two ways to look at the last three home games for D.C. United. In games against Orlando City, the Philadelphia Union, and the Chicago Fire, the Black-and-Red have picked up a maximum nine points.

Rolfe’s late PK is game-winner in 2-1 victory over the Philadelphia Union

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DC United's Chris Rolfe (18) keeps the ball away from Philadelphia's Vincent Nogueira during the second half of their team's match at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. United defeated the Union 2-1 with an 85th minute penalty kick goal from Chris Rolfe. Photo: Martin Fernandez.

D.C. United get back to winning ways in late 2-1 win over Philadelphia Union

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Chris Rolfe converted a penalty in the 85th minute to give the Black-and-Red all three points

D.C. United looked set to run their winless streak to four games on Saturday night, in their tilt against the Philadelphia Union, after falling behind early to Sebastian Le Toux's 5th minute goal. But Chris Pontius' first half equalizer and Chris Rolfe's late penalty saw United to a 2-1 win over the I-95 rivals.

Philadelphia Union Win MLS XBOX Fair Play Award

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MLS Officials gave out their Fair Play Awards today and the Philadelphia Union won.

The Philadelphia Union earned an award for their fair play on and off the field by MLS officials. The award goes to the team that overall shows the most sportsmanlike conduct during the course of the season.

SBI MLS Rookie of the Week: Pedro Ribeiro

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By RYAN TOLMICH

With less than one-and-a-half games under his belt and his team in the thick of a potential make-or-break clash with the New York Red Bulls, Philadelphia Union rookie Pedro Ribeiro played hero.

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.

Feels Good to be Back

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MLS returns this weekend for the 2013 season. Sporting KC and Philadelphia get the honor of being the teams that actually kick the season off, with the first game on Saturday. The two teams are set to kick off at 3pm Central Time at PPL Park.

The Union handed Kansas City their worst loss of the season last year when Sporting visited the City of Brotherly Love.

'Stache Bash 2013: Raffle Items List And Other Information

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(By Bryan Zebleckes)

Another year means another season, and another season means another STACHE BASH! (Tickets can be bought by traveling to Ticket Leap.)

This year brings 25 items, ranging from Stache Bash coffee mugs to Flyers/Phillies tickets, and even to a hypnosis session.

Buy low, sell high: The Sebastian Le Toux story

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Buy low, sell high. It might be the oldest rule in business.

So if Philadelphia Union was ever going to sell Sebastien Le Toux, now's the time.

At 28, Le Toux is in his prime. He may never be worth more than he is right now.

Bolton has never needed to buy good players for bargain prices more than right now, as they desperately try to avoid a relegation that could devastate the club financially.

Buy low, sell high: The Sebastien Le Toux story

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Buy low, sell high. It might be the oldest rule in business.

So if Philadelphia Union was ever going to sell Sebastien Le Toux, now's the time.

At 28, Le Toux is in his prime. He may never be worth more than he is right now.

Bolton has never needed to buy good players for bargain prices more than right now, as they desperately try to avoid a relegation that could devastate the club financially.

2010 Philadelphia Union Goals

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Posted by Tim Patterson

The inaugural season for the Philadelphia Union was a memorable one. Relive it by seeing all the goals!

Predicting the MLS Best XI

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MLS has already announced its award finalists for the 2010 season and throughout the month will be slowly unveiling the winners of each award (congratulations Andy Najar and Donovan Ricketts). On November 15, MLS will announce the Best XI for the year, and few things get soccer fans as excited as picking out the best players for an event or season.

Houston Dynamo vs Philadelphia Union MLS Highlights

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A hard fought draw for two teams playing for pride.

Chivas USA vs Philadelphia Union MLS Highlights

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The Union probably put out their best effort of the season on Saturday, dominating the Chivas in LA.

Chicago Fire vs Philadelphia Union MLS Highlights

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Posted by Tim Patterson

And with Chicago's loss, it looks as like only 2 Eastern Conference teams will make the playoffs.

Philadelphia Union vs Kansas City Wizards MLS Highlights

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Sebastian Le Toux for MLS MVP? He's making his case!

New England Revolution

D.C. United versus New England Revolution lineup: Injuries force Olsen’s hand

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Can United find its winning ways?

Every season it seems like D.C. United is dealing with a slew of early season injuries, and this year is no different. Steve Birnbaum and Patrick Nyarko are almost definitely out, with Nick DeLeon a question mark and Patrick Mullins unlikely to go the full 90 minutes.

Revolution 1-3 Union: The Union went from wide to long to get the road win

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A new formation. A new lineup. A new commitment to defense and counterattacking. How the Union went from wide to long and stole a win.

The Union jump started the 2nd half of their season with a comfortable 3-1 road win over their New England rival. Sebastian Le Toux continued his recent resurgence with a brace and Danny Cruz sent home the third goal with an impressive strike.

WHAT IF 2010: What If Colorado Hadn’t Landed Jeff Larentowicz?

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In any sport, a championship season depends on getting some breaks at the right times. Â Some of those breaks occur in the offseason, when the current season's roster is composed of trades scrutinized by the media as well as those that fly under the radar. Â The trade of Jeff Larentowicz to the Rapids was the former, one noted by the press.

Vincent Nogueira

Union vs Fire Preseason Recap

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Herbers scores, Fernandes impresses as the Union fall to the Chicago Fire

The Philadelphia Union continued their somewhat frustrating preseason with a 4-2 loss to the Chicago Fire earlier today from Clearwater, Florida. Chicago took the lead early after a Vincent Nogueira handball, which was a less than ideal start for a big name starter for the Union.

You Be The GM: The results are in!

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Major League Soccer

REPOST: Worst Whitecaps Trades In The MLS

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With all the hoopla and backlash following the Alain Rochat trade last week, I was thinking this had to be the worst trade for the Whitecaps in MLS history... in light of that trade, let's take a look at my top 5 worst Whitecaps trades in MLS history. 5. July 13, 2012: Sebastian Le Toux [...]

Worst Whitecaps Trades In The MLS

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With all the hoopla and backlash following the Alain Rochat trade last week, I was thinking this had to be the worst trade for the Whitecaps in MLS history... in light of that trade, let's take a look at my top 5 worst Whitecaps trades in MLS history. 5. July 13, 2012: Sebastian Le Toux ... Continue reading »

Our MLS Best Eleven and Most Valuable Player

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As we anxiously await what should be riveting second legs of the MLS Conference Semifinals, the MLS awards are beginning to be doled out. Donovan Ricketts of the LA Galaxy has earned top honors as the league's finest goalkeeper, and "Will he play for the US or won't he" Honduran-born sensation Andy Najar has captured a well-deserved rookie of the year award.

Vote Le Toux and Union Jack + more news

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The Union scored two goals in Week 27, one from McInerney and one from Le Toux, and both have been nominated for goal of the week. Cast your vote here. And be quick about it. Voting ends Thursday at midnight and, as of this writing, Steve Zakuani's goal is the leader.

David Beckham says he is "looking forward to the passion of the Philadelphia fans and I know they all won't be shouting for me.

MLS Week 27 Goal of the Week Nominees

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Posted by Jared Montz

Wow, MLS is getting better and better. Some great goals scored this week! My vote goes to Philly's Le Toux. His touch and finish was class. He made that look easy and it's not easy to make it look easy.

What the Union need next season

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The Philadelphia Union are a playoff caliber team. It's true. The league's most valuable player (official or not), two of the most exciting young offensive prospects in MLS, An endless supply of young, talented midfielders, a driven coach, and an assistant coach who made his name as a player development guru.

Perkins vs. Seitz, Villa cool on Bradley, bad Union coverage

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Not sure if this makes anyone feel better, but Troy Perkins isn't exactly blowing Seitzy out of the water. Perkins is the starter the Union could have had if they hadn't traded their #1 allocation slot to DC United in exchange for positionless dribblefiend Fred. Perkins' save percentage is 8 points higher and he has two shutouts, but Seitz has a lower GAA (by .

New York Red Bulls

SUB WATCH: Game 31

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A busy schedule for both the Red Bulls and SUB WATCH means that you, lucky readers, are treated to another marathon, 3-game recap.

Matchday @Red Bull Arena: Red Bulls vs Sounders

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And we're back! It's matchday, once again, @The Cathedral of Football, Red Bull Arena (built by Makita). Today's opponent is Red Bulls killer Seattle (4:00pm ET, ESPN, match notes here).

It's a new-look Red Bulls team this week, with the club acquiring forward Sebastien LeToux and veteran goalkeeper Bill Gaudette via trades.

Red Bulls Go Trade Happy, Acquire LeToux, Gaudette

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Out Goes Dane, In Comes SebaThe New York Red Bulls went trade happy on Friday, concluding a pair of deals to bolster their lineup for the second half of the season. By far the biggest move of the day was the trade of speedy veteran Dane Richards for the much less speedy but arguably far more productive Sebastian Le Toux (yes, that Sebastian Le Toux).

union

Union tactics: New season calls for new midfield roles

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New season. New faces. New roles. New tactics. As we move ever loser to the start of the 2011 season, the PSP takes a look possible tactical formations the Union might employ. Today, Adam argues that last season's 4-2-2-2 ought to become a 4-1-3-2 formation to take advantage of the team's wealth of defensive minded midfielders.

Raves: Admit it, your heart bleeds Le Toux

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Editor's note: Over the next week, PSP contributors will be posting what we're calling "raves" about some of our favorite Philadelphia players. They need not be the team's best players, but they're guys we like. You heard plenty of rants when they were losing. Here are the raves, starting with Adam's about Sebastien Le Toux.

American soccer

Don Garber Addresses the Nation

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Prior to the MLS Cup Final on Sunday, Don Garber held court today to discuss the good, the bad, and the future of MLS. Much of what he said is in no way surprising, but he did shed some light on some hot topics in the American soccer world -

Reserve League and Youth Development: MLS is seriously investing in youth and making it easier for clubs to develop their own players beginning next season.

The good, the bad, and the Wynalda

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Let's start today off with a bang: Eric Wynalda has been named Director of International Operations for Mexican Segunda division side Murcielagos (that's the third division in Mexico). Wynalda will scout players and try to facilitate player exchanges that will bring the talent to Murcielagos that will move them up to the top.

The Rest

You Be The GM: Should Conor Casey Stay Or Go?

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How the Union's Front Office makes personnel decisions is a murky mess, so we thought the fans could fill what appears to be a major void. Over the course of the MLS playoffs we'll look at all of the Union's key players and decide who should stay and who should go. Who do fans most want to see stay?

Union 2-1 Cosmos: Union Advance to Quarterfinals of U.S. Open Cup

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The Union sent home an unhappy New York Cosmos side and advanced to the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open Cup with a 2-1 extra time win

At the least the weather was beautiful. In an ugly game marred by 5 yellow cards and 5 ejections, the Union outclassed the New York Cosmos and erased their dream of the CONCACAF Champions League with a 2-1 extra time win.