After a string of bad home losses when the club was prioritizing CCL play, the Union has taken four points in their last two matches. There are three more matches to go in the month of May for Philly. They have New York Red Bulls this Saturday, a match at DC United on Sunday, May […]Read more "Are the Union on an unbeaten streak that would see them atop the east by the end of May?"
The Philadelphia Union looks to get its second win of the season in a midweek matchup against a familiar foe. Last year the Union played the New England Revolution six times; five were won by Philly, but the one won by the Revs stings the most. After the best season in Union history, New England […]Read more "Will Philadelphia Union look for revenge against New England Revs?"
Less than 24 hours after reports came out about Philly potentially paying $1.82 million for Dániel Gazdag, the signing was made official by the club! Gazdag’s grit, creativity and versatility will be a welcome sight to the Union’s attack, but there are questions about when he’d actually first play for Philadelphia. Those questions may have […]Read more "Union announce Gazdag signing; Curtin wants him in Philly ASAP"
Over the past month, there have been rumors swirling around Philadelphia Union’s interest in Hungarian attacking midfielder Dániel Gazdag. On Monday (May 10, 2021) reports came out that the Union is set to pay $1.82 million for the versatile attacking player! This would be the second-highest transfer fee the Union ever paid for a player, […]Read more "Union set to pay second-highest transfer fee for versatile Hungarian Dániel Gazdag"
The Philadelphia Union will be in the thick of their 2021 season once June rolls around. Lucky for the team, they have more of their passionate fans backing them at home games starting on Wednesday, June 23rd when Subaru Park will open at full capacity. The last time there was a rocking 18,000 people in […]Read more "Subaru Park to Open at Full Capacity starting June 23rd"
The Philadelphia Union has yet to kick the tires in their 2021 MLS campaign. They have just one point from their first two matches and have a -1 goal differential. That is juxtaposed with their run of form in CCL. The Union has three wins, scoring eight goals and conserving none on their current champions […]Read more "3 ways the Union can get first MLS win of 2021 vs NYCFC"
The Philadelphia Union are reportedly in talks to sign Hungarian midfielder Dániel Gazdag, according to a recent report by The Philadelphia Inquirer, citing a Hungarian soccer portal csakfoci.hu. The player, currently strengthening the ranks of the local team Budapest Honvéd FC and the Hungarian national team, is having his best season so far in the […]Read more "Report: Union In Talks to Sign Hungarian Midfielder"
In what could be the biggest win in club history, for now, the Union went down to Atlanta and played a little Smash-and-Grab. In a game that could be considered a tale Of two halves, Philly survived in the first half and dominated the second to score three away goals in the two-legged CCL Quarterfinal […]Read more "Smash-and-Grab: Union Score Three at Atlanta in leg 1 of CCL quarterfinals"
After a tough loss to Miami, El Parcero Philly and Tim Lovenguth recap what happened and welcome Mark from Atlanta United Fan TV on the podcast to preview the first leg of the CCL quarterfinals against Atlanta! Don’t miss this latest episode of Doop by the River! Doop by the River gang recap Loss to […]Read more "Watch & Listen: Doop by the River gang recap Loss to Miami, preview CCL Leg 1 at Atlanta"
The Philadelphia Union move quickly in between MLS play and CCL play. Not even 24 hours after their home opener, Philly traveled to Atlanta to prepare for their CCL quarterfinal the first leg against familiar foe Atlanta United. Philadelphia and Atlanta have just two days to transition from league preparation to CCL preparation. With this […]Read more "Union face familiar foe Atlanta in CCL quarterfinals: Leg 1 Preview"