The Union have plenty of talent, yet they're still struggling to get results. What adjustments can John Hackworth and his team make to turn the Union into a consistent? PSP's Eli Pearlman-Storch has a few ideas.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.