Postgame video of John Hackworth's press conference and locker room interviews with Bakary Soumare, Jose Kleberson, Ray Gaddis, Amobi Okugo and Sheanon Williams. Plus, Union and Galaxy postgame quote sheet.
PSP analyzes Philadelphia Union's salary breakdown and identifies the steals (like Ray Gaddis, pictured), veteran bargains, surprises, and winner of the Juan Diego Gonzalez Award. Also, we take a look at several potential trade scenarios for Bakary Soumare.
The Union's academy coaching staff is stacked with talent and experience. Here's a look at what that means for the club long-term. Also, a few scattered thoughts about the Union post-Columbus, including the Garfan-Daniel connection, MacMath post-concussion, and Casey's impact on Le Toux.
PSP provides some of the missing details on the Freddy Adu-Kleberson deal after talking to Adu's agent and the Union. PSP also provides a bit of an autopsy as Adu's chapter in the Union book finally closes.
In an wide-ranging exclusive interview, Philadelphia Union CEO Nick Sakiewicz tells PSP that Freddy Adu was never asked to take a pay cut and has turned down transfer offers from five countries. He also addresses PPL Park expansion, the Nowak controversy and more.
The Union's release of three players begins what baseball calls the "hot stove league," the series off-season moves each team undertakes to remake itself. PSP looks at the first moves, some potential new signings with Pennsylvania ties, and how a key league policy change could impact the Union.
16.04.2013 -Naomi Klein nos cuenta en su célebre "No Logo" que "La expansión de las marcas se reveló a los londinenses a través de una comedia edificante de Navidad. La misma comenzó cuando la Asociación de Regent Street descubrió que no tenía dinero suficiente para comprar los farolitos de Navidad con que suele adornar la calle durante esa temporada.
GENTILEZA DEL SITIO EL TRAGICO WEB 03.03.2013 - Con goles de Lizio (´26), Bianchi (´35) y Magnín (´60), Unión venció (1-3) a Boca (Silva ´88) en la Bombonera por la cuarta jornada del Torneo Final 2013. Era el regreso de Riquelme después de 242 días (8 meses) sin fútbol.
Well this is one of the strangest sequences you're bound to see. Pablo Luguercio, the gent in the blue and red of Arsenal (Argentinean edition), is saddling up in front of Emanuel Britez of Union. Rumor has it Britez attempted to play doctor with Luguercio specifically, proctologist which Pablo saw as a little too forward, if Valentine's Day is just around the corner.