Union's Alberg shows glimpses of potential in return to starting lineup We've heard the criticism of Roland Alberg: he doesn't run; he doesn't play defense; he's lazy; he came into camp overweight; he doesn't fit the system.
How the Sons of Ben have continued building a relationship with their city of Chester At the end of February 2008, Don Garber officially announced that Major League Soccer would be expanding to Philadelphia in the 2010 season.
Andre Blake, Fabian Herbers, and more Union news dominate today's headlines.
After 2 years of waiting, Philadelphia Union goalkeeper Andre Blake enters 2016 as team's clear No. 1: "He's going to be the guy" | MLSsoccer.com: The Union are counting on Andre Blake showing the potential that made him their number 1 overall draft pick this coming season when he will be deputizing as the number 1 keeper.
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What does it really mean to be a soccer coach? The Union's Jim Curtin works to find an answer Last week, the U.S. Soccer Federation announced that Union manager Jim Curtin had successfully completed the governing body's new Pro License coaching program, becoming part of the first class of coaches to reach this country's newly-created highest standard.