Union manager John Hackworth laid out his offseason plan to PSP, breaking down his team's offseason needs, which players are returning (or not), designated player prospects, recent scouting trips to Europe and South America, and plans to fix the midfield.
The off-season has begun for Philadelphia Union. PSP's Dan Walsh looks at the major issues facing the Union this off-season, assesses the team's needs, and evaluates which players will likely stay or depart.
In an open letter to season ticket holders, Sakiewicz and Hackworth say resources have been allocated to bring in "final key pieces." Slight drop in Union attendance average. Playoff schedule change? More news.
John Hackworth's decision to bench Jack McInerney and play a new formation in the season finale failed to produce the desired result in the Union's season-ending loss. PSP has analysis and player ratings.
Video and transcript of John Hackworth's weekly press conference. Topics include why no red card appeal, options at right back and left mid, the DC rivalry, Kleberson's role, what ticked Hack off, and more.
Union will appeal Fabinho's red card, who will play fullback absent both Fabinho and Sheanon Williams, River Cup raises over $35,000 for charity, 3 local colleges in national top 25, anti-FIFA protests in Brazil, and more in today's news roundup.
The Union got themselves back in the playoff driver's seat by winning Friday the same way they've won all year. PSP's Dan Walsh breaks down the Union's underrated defense and the race for the Eastern Conference's final playoff spot.
A gritty defensive performance, a well taken Conor Casey goal, and some heroic goalkeeping from Zac MacMath, pushed the Union to their first win ever in Kansas City, ending a five game winless streak and putting their playoff campaign back on track..
In our first post - promptly at 12:01 am (We're nothing if not on-time here in the nation's capital) - Black and Red United founder and editor emeritus Martin Shatzer explains what the hell we're doing here.
It was a cold and windy morning in January 2011. It was the day that the lives of guys like Omar Salgado and Darlington Nagbe would be changed forever, the day of the 2011 MLS Draft.