Homegrown signing, YSC Academy graduate and 20-year old Drexel Hill native Matt Real spoke with PSN Thursday afternoon about his progress in development, the intensity in training the past week, and the opportunity that could present itself to him tonight: a chance at the starting left back spot in Kai Wagner’s absence (suspension due to […]Read more "Matt Real poised to take advantage of possible starting role tonight for Philadelphia Union"
In case you missed it, yesterday (Tuesday, December 18 2018) the Philadelphia Union resigned players who are said to be role players for the 2019 season. Fabinho, Warren Creavalle, and Kacper Przybylko rejoin the Union ahead of the 2019 season. In a press conference with reporters Union sporting director Ernst Tanner said that he is “pleased […]Read more "ICYMI: Philadelphia Union resign role players for 2019 season"
As a group, none is more in question for the Philadelphia Union than defender. Let’s break this starting competition down to three positions… center back, right back and left back. We continue our Union starting 11 preview with a look at the 2018 Back Four. Center back Jack Elliot He is the only lock to […]Read more "Union Starting 11 Preview: 2018 Back Four"
2017 was a record year for Philly Sports Network’s Union coverage. Back at the end of 2016 the goal was to expand our content. We did this by doubling our written content, by integrating the fan experience at Union home games on our Instagram page, Live-tweet every Union game in 2017 by gaining press access […]Read more "Philly Sports Network’s 2017 Union recap, and expanding coverage in 2018"
It’s been an eventful few days for the Philadelphia Union. Tuesday, the home opener and new TV partner deal was announced. yesterday, three players were resigned, and today a Bethlehem Steel player has been promoted/signed by the Union. Philly has a clear off-season plan. December is time for in-house acquisitions; January and February is time […]Read more "Union making in-house acquisitions before bringing in new blood"
Today sees a key matchup in the MLS Eastern Conference as the Philadelphia Union play host to Columbus Crew SC at PPL Park. The Union saw their impressive two-game winning streak come to an end in controversial fashion, losing 2-1 to D.C. United on the road on Saturday. A Red Card that never was and a penalty that was […]Read more "Union look for retribution against Crew: Match Preview"
The Philadelphia Union will be aiming for a third consecutive win on Saturday and with it their finest five game record of the season when the club heads south to do battle with Eastern Conference rivals D.C. United. With one win in just eleven matches, Philadelphia has enjoyed a bit of a coming out party with consecutive […]Read more "Union go for three in a row in showdown with DC United- Match Preview"
For the Philadelphia Union, the opening ten games have been a bit of a rollercoaster. Big names haven’t performed as well as they should have whilst some of the underdogs have exceeded all expectations. None more so than a certain Left Back who spurred on the doopers to a surprising two game win streak. Fabinho, […]Read more "Fantastic Fabinho: A hero rises in New York"