Philadelphia Union Sporting Director Ernst Tanner and Head Coach Jim Curtin sat together behind the podium inside the press conference room at Talen Energy Stadium Wednesday afternoon to announce a new multi-year contract extension for Curtin while Union remain atop the Eastern Conference table.\ “You may wonder why I’m sitting here next to Jim [Curtin],” […]Read more "Union Head Coach Jim Curtin signs a “deserved” multi-year contract extension"
Earlier this month, Jay Sugarman vowed to spend more money this off-season to buy talented players. As the Philadelphia Union’s majority owner Sugarman ultimately has the final say on what or who the team sends his checks to. When backed into a corner by Union fans and reporters alike, Sugarman declared he would indeed open […]Read more "All I want from the Union this Holiday season is a fulfilled promise to spend that money"
All 22 teams were in action this past week in MLS. There were many rivalry games this past week! Buckle up for a full recap of all the games, goals and glory from This week around MLS, week Seven. Philadelphia Union 0 New York City FC 2 NYCFC continue to look hot; while the Union […]Read more "This week around MLS, week Seven: Recapping all the games, goals and glory"
Week Six of the MLS season was action packed; all 22 teams featured. Lets see how everyone fared this week around MLS, week six edition. LA Galaxy 2 Montreal Impact 0 LA and Montreal started off week six. LA Found an early lead in the fifteenth minute thanks to their newcomer Roamian Alessandrini. Fifteen minutes […]Read more "This week around MLS, week Six: Recapping all the games, goals and glory"
The Union fell at DC United thanks to a pitiful first half. The Union seem to fall asleep in the first half of games. They have let up four first half goals in their four games played. It’s been difficult for anyone in the attack get going in the first half of games. Because of […]Read more "Union look to right ship durring three game home stand: Part 1 Portland"
The majority of the teams that had off week four were back in action on week five. Check out all the things. This week around MLS, week Five. Toronto 0 Sporting Kansas City 0 Week five started out with a snoozer of a match. Both teams looked hungry for goals, but neither could find any. […]Read more "This week around MLS, week Five: Recapping all the games, goals and glory"
The Union had their first off-week of 2017 this past week. There was a lot you might have missed this past week. We at Philly Sports Network are on top of it! Here are the Union off-week stories. Jay Simpson’s health: Simpson returned to training this week and looks to be good to go for […]Read more "All the Philadelphia Union off-week stories you missed 3/19/2017- 3/26/2017"
Week three was full of good match ups. Leading into World Cup qualifying players and teams wanted to get a good result before somewhat of a break. Here’s all the action from this week around MLS: week three. NYCFC 1 Montreal 1 NYCFC’s second straight home match started in the same fashion as their first. […]Read more "This week around MLS: Recapping all the games, goals and glory from week three"
The Union head into the third week of MLS action looking for their first win of 2017. They will try to do so at Orlando City. The newly built Orlando City Stadium is a great new soccer specific stadium, equipped with its own Dortmund like wall for supporters to man. Orlando had the week off […]Read more "The Union look for their first 3 points of 2017 at Orlando"
A rather unconventional press conference came from Jim Curtin on Thursday, as the Union practiced at the YSC Academy instead of their home fields due to snow. The conference was short, sweet and to the point. Here’s our Philadelphia Union presser analysis: Week 3, Orlando. Curtin was asked about Union players ahead of their match […]Read more "Weekly Philadelphia Union presser analysis: Week 3, Orlando"