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Video of John Hackworth's postgame press conference and comments from Amobi Okugo, Sheanon Williams, Andrew Wenger, Sebastien Le Toux and Maurice Edu.
Philadelphia Union's winless streak continues after they failed to put a shot on goal all day despite going up a man late in the game.
After a mid-week disappointing loss to New York Red Bulls, the Philadelphia Union play host to another team off to a disappointing start, Houston Dynamo.
UNION GAME #8 VS PPL Park, Chester, PA April 19, 2014 4:00 PM ET TCN - JP Dellacamera and Peter Pappas Know Thy Enemy: Dynamo Theory Starting XI Sebastien Le Toux, Danny Mwanga Forward Brian Ching, Calen Carr Michael Farfan, Brian Carroll, Stefani Miglioranzi, Justin Mapp Midfield Danny Cruz, Adam Moffat, Luiz Camargo, Brad Davis Sheanon Williams, Danny Califf, Carlos Valdes, Gabriel Farfan Defense Andre Hainault, Bobby Boswell, Geoff Cameron, Corey Ashe Faryd Mondragon Goalkeeper Tally Hall Zac MacMath, Roger Torres, Freddy Adu, Kyle Nakazawa, Amobi Okugo, Jack McInerney, Morgan Langley Bench Je-Vaughn Watson, Will Bruin, Carlo Costly, Colin Clark, Hunter Freeman, Jermaine Taylor, Tyler Deric Stats (Explained Here) .
In falling yet again at Red Bull Arena, the Union looked confused, disorganized and at times downright disinterested.
Hackworth baffled and frustrated by Union's loss to New York. Atlanta announced as league's newest franchise. More news.
John Hackworth, Amobi Okugo, and Sebastien Le Toux talk after the loss in New York
Philadelphia couldn't capitalize upon a Red Bulls red card and once again left Red Bull Arena without a win.
Brotherly Game at Apr 16, 2014 @ 11:25pm UTC
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UNION GAME #7 VS Red Bull Arena, Harrison, NJ April 16, 2014 7:30 PM ET TCN - JP Dellacamera and Peter Pappas Know Thy Enemy: Once A Metro Starting XI Thierry Henry, Bradley Wright-Phillips Forward Cristian Maidana, Sebastien Le Toux, Andrew Wenger Eric Alexander, Dax McCarty, Peguy Luyindula, Lloyd Sam Midfield Maurice Edu, Vincent Nogueira, Leo Fernandes Roy Miller, Ibrahim Sekakya, Jamison Olave, Kosuke Kimura Defense Fabinho, Aaron Wheeler, Amobi Okugo, Ray Gaddis Luis Robles Goalkeeper Zac MacMath Jonny Steele, Ryan Meara, Armando, Connor Lade, Ruben Bover, Tim Cahill, Eric Stevenson Bench Andre Blake, Austin Berry, Sheanon Williams, Michael Lahoud, Brian Carroll, Conor Casey, Antoine Hoppenot Stats (Explained Here) .
A look back at the Turnpike Derby between the Philadelphia Union and New York Red Bulls over the years, match-by-match.
A quick look back at the regular season and US Open Cup matches held between the New York Red Bulls and the Philadelphia Union.
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What to do with Nogueira and can someone get the Union some "No Doze"?
Highlights from Hackworth's weekly press conference. Wenger on his goals. Zach Pfeffer called up by US U-20 MNT for Dallas Cup. ESPN releases awesome American Outlaws-themed World Cup promo video. More.
Power rankings, Edu's World Cup prospects, and more Union news and notes. Vereinigung Erzgebirge wins Easter PA Amateur Cup. Wambach says players not behind Sermanni firing. More news.
The trade of Jack McInerney impacts Philadelphia Union perhaps more than any other Union player's departure would. Here's how it changes the team and roles for players like Aaron Wheeler (pictured). Also, a look at Keon Daniel's release.
New Fans' view writer Scott Ellis takes a look at the magic that can happen when a team develops a little chemistry. Why not the 2014 Union?
Another dominant performance, another disappointing result. PSP has player ratings and analysis on the Union's 1-1 draw with Montreal.
Previewing Saturday's game. Montreal's Di Vaio and Romero eager to play. Gunman who shot former HCI player pleads guilty. More news.
Greg and Eli are joined by Union midfielder Leo Fernandes, who talks about the hard work he put in during the offseason and the chemistry he's shown on field with his teammates, particularly with Sebastien Le Toux
Leo Fernandes' second half goal, his first in MLS, would not be enough to overcome Bernardo Anor's two first half goals for the Crew.
Previews of Saturday's game in Columbus. Carroll looking forward to facing former club. Depth. Union's McLaughlin and Hernandez on City Islanders roster. More.
This week, the Academy Update brings you results from the weekend's matches with Bethesda-Olney, a highlight reel of one of the Union's brightest prospects, and some call-ups to club reserve and national team set-ups.
Last Saturday, Sebastien Le Toux and Amobi Okugo weren't the only Philadelphia Union players playing at home for the first time this calendar year.
John Hackworth got his tactics right for a second straight match, but Jay Heaps' halftime response was spot on and took the wind out of the Union's sails.
Amobi Okugo is mic'd up in new video. More weekly honors for Union players. Julian Green commits to the US. Latest on latest Jack Warner-2022 WC bribery allegations. More news.
The Union have never played a better half than they played in the first half against New England on Saturday, winning 1-0.
Roundup of quotes, recaps, and reaction from Saturday's Union win. Goal.com names Union Team of the Week. MLS results roundup. More news.
Video of John Hackworth's postgame press conference and locker room interviews with Ray Gaddis, Amobi Okugo, Aaron Wheeler, and Leo Fernandes. Also, postgame quotesheet.
For the third time in 5 seasons Sebastien Le Toux scored in the Philadelphia Union's home opener. The seemingly impossible to deploy correctly attacker loves PPL and has a knack for opening his account there. The biggest difference this year is that many are already pointing to this team as potentially the best version of the Union ever.
Going into the start of the 2014 season, many wondered if the Union would be fun to watch. On Saturday, the Union gave their answer.
Barring the final moments of the match, there was a ton to like about the Union's first performance of 2014. PSP looks at the individual and collective play from the season opener.
Season opener previews and season predictions. French connection. Maidana on coming to MLS. Pfeffer's goal. Much more.
How will Philadelphia Union fare this year? How about everyone else? PSP's Dan Walsh lays it out in our Eastern Conference preview.
Eli and Adam are preparing for the beginning of the 2014 MLS season with a back and forth conversation about Philadelphia Union's tactical options. Here's the first installment.
Not since Sebastien Le Toux's inaugural stint with the Union has a player so quickly captured the admiration of the Philly faithful.
PSP photographer Paul Rudderow presents his look at the Union's 2014 home opener.
The Union have put together the best roster in the club's history. Now it's time for the players to raise their hands and be counted. PSP looks at 10 Union players with the most to prove.
Austin Berry on joining the Union. Quotes from John Hackworth's Twitter session. Union face Toronto today. USMNT-Ukraine friendly moved. More.
PSP's Mike Servedio has player ratings and analysis from the Union's 2-2 draw at Chicago.
Brotherly Game at Mar 19, 2014 @ 10:15pm UTC
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The Union took 3 points from New England in the home opener. The 2014 Union keep impressing and 4 points out of the first two weeks is a good showing, but there is still room for improvement.
The Good: Ball Movement
The first half of the home opener was some of the best soccer a team wearing Union kits has ever played.
Leo and Le Toux: together at last!
First game of the season at PPL Park and Sebastien Le Toux SHOWS UP. Again. Much has already been written about the new-look Union, so I will not say too much here. The only thing I will add, is that it would be great to see some multiple-goal games soon.
The 2014 MLS season so far is not going the way that New England Revolution fans hoped.
After reaching the playoffs last year, a young New England side came into this season with the weight of expectations for the first time. And after two games it is fair to say that New England is having trouble meeting those expectations.
Brotherly Game at Feb 27, 2014 @ 11:30am UTC
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Surprisingly enough the position of right wing has come into question due to the actions of manager John Hackworth this offseason. Who should be the starter come the beginning of the season?
Recently John Hackworth spoke about his desire's to trot out a 4-3-3 during the regular season more candidly than usual.