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"
The End is Near The End is Near, is a frightful phrase echoed by the villain Thanos in the latest trailer for Avengers: Infinity War. How ironic that movie will be premiering this week. How ironic for Philadelphia Union fans… What really is the end? Or when is enough, well, enough? As Union supporters, we […]Read more "The End is Near. Are the Philadelphia Union ever going to change?"
The Union have had an interesting start to their 2018 campaign. Beating a short-handed New England side, drawing a scary Columbus team, and losing to Colorado out west doesn’t give much of a basis to go off of. However, there are some major parts to the Union’s play that have stood out. These things could […]Read more "Doop Roundup: Road Woes Continue, Snowy Showdown this Weekend"
Union’s Home opener announced; Philly will kick of 2018 at home versus New England Revolution! MLS released all 23 home openers for each team this afternoon. The Union will face off against eastern conference opponent New England Revolution on March 3rd at Talen Energy Stadium. See you on March 3, @TalenEnergyStdm Our 2018 Home Opener […]Read more "Doop roundup: Philadelphia Union’s Home opener announced & more"
I know, I know. Cheap shot. Obvious cheap shot. But that’s kind of the point. Many hardcore Union fans don’t seem to mind that their sponsor’s name is also the term for “an attractive but empty-headed young woman, especially one perceived as a willing sex object”, according to Dictionary.com. Some hardcore fans do mind. Many […]Read more "It’s Time for the Philadelphia Union to break up with that Bimbo"
Where are the Union headed? A town hall meeting for season ticket holders was held Wednesday night. A longtime Union fan, reached out to share his thoughts about it all with Philly Sports Network. Disclaimer: this fan’s thoughts do not reflect all Son’s of Ben members/season ticket holders. This is more of an insight on […]Read more "Where are the Union headed? A season ticket holder’s prospective of their town hall meeting"
There were goals, saves and a lot more action in week 21. Who gained group and fell short? As the season progresses every game becomes more crucial. Teams who need to make run’s show what they’re made of ; teams who have had success show if they are real or not.Who gained ground and fell […]Read more "This week around MLS, week 21: Recapping all the games, goals and glory"
MLS came back from it’s Gold Cup “break” and saw a lot of action. 18 games full of goals saves and all around action. Week 20 had it all. To get ready for the week 21’s games, take a look back at the scoreline’s and highlights from the past week. Here’s This week around MLS, […]Read more "This week around MLS, week 20: Recapping all the games, goals and glory"
The Union take on New York Red Bulls in the round of 16 in the US Open Cup tonight. This is the third straight year the Union meet New York in Open Cup play. As the Philadelphia’s MLS season is still rocky, the Union look to start a US Open Cup Run. Tonight we take on […]Read more "Union look to a start US Open Cup run vs Red Bulls"
The east has been the better of the two conferences this season. The gap from first to fourth is five points; the gap from sixth to eleventh is six points. The Union currently sit in tenth place, and could easily fall behind the rest of the east by not getting good results. The Union face […]Read more "To keep up in superior east, the Union need a win against Red Bulls"