How the Union can replace the losses of Aaronson and McKenzie in-house

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 […]

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Union players honor black lives lost to Police Brutality in touching tribute

On Thursday morning, the Philadelphia Union walked out onto the field to face NYCFC in the first game of the ‘MLS is back’ tournament. What surprised just about everyone though were the jerseys. The players weren’t wearing their regular names. Goalkeeper Andre Blake, for instance, donned “Floyd’. Ray Gaddis wore ‘Taylor’. It became very clear […]

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Union’s Elliott hasn’t missed a minute this season and he’s hungry for more

Union center back Jack Elliott has logged 2,880 minutes of game time this year. That’s every minute of every game, 32 games to be exact. He is ready for more,with the Philadelphia Union set to play in the MLS Cup Playoffs for the second consecutive season. Elliott chatted with PhillySportsNetwork.com yesterday afternoon to discuss the […]

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Union escape with win but “nowhere near good enough” says Curtin

The post-match mood inside the press conference room at Talen Energy Stadium didn’t quite match the atmosphere throughout the rest of the stadium following Philadelphia Union’s 2-1 victory over Houston Dynamo – a win which helped Philadelphia regain sole possession of first place in the Eastern Conference. Why? Philly was sloppy and Head Coach Jim […]

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