The Philadelphia Union announced the signing of Stuart Findlay on Thursday, Feb. 25, at around 11:00 am ET. The six-foot-two-inch Scottish center back comes from the Scottish Premiership club Kilmarnock FC. In his three-and-half-year stint at the club, he made one hundred and seventeen appearances tallying eleven goals and three assists across all competitions. Stuart […]Read more "Philadelphia Union sign center back; Stuart Findlay bolsters the backline"
Soccer in America is growing exponentially and has been for some time. There are teams popping up left, right, and center. There are more opportunities for those with the talent but without the means, and there is more coverage than ever before enticing kids to pick soccer over historically more appealing counterparts. Unfortunately, there are […]Read more "Soccer In America: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly"
Frankie Amaya, the first overall pick from the 2019 MLS SuperDraft has recently stated his discontent with his club FC Cincinnati and their goals moving forward. He stated, “During this offseason, I’ve realized that the club doesn’t have the same level of commitment to me, so I have asked the club to trade me as […]Read more "What Frankie Amaya’s Unrest Could Mean for the Philadelphia Union"
The Philadelphia Union lost two of their brightest young talents this offseason after a pair of remarkable campaigns helped lead the team to their first-ever piece of silverware. Replacing them is no way task, but the simple answer to this question is replace Brendan Aaronson and Mark McKenzie in-house. The issue with simple statements however […]Read more "How the Union can replace the losses of Aaronson and McKenzie in-house"