The PSN Union team sit down to discuss last week’s upsetting loss to FC Dallas as well as previewing this weekend’s matchup against LAFC with a very special guest! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/doop-by-the-river/id1499273320 Liam JenkinsLiam is a 24-year old sports journalist from the UK and founder of the Philly Sports Network. In just five years he turned a […]Read more "LISTEN: Previewing the Union’s week 2 clash vs LAFC"
The Union are in the midst of a very good run of form. Beating Chicago Fire at home on Wednesday night 3-1 gave Philadelphia Union their third win in four matches. In the middle of what seems to be one of the hardest stretch of the season for Philly, the Union have mustered up a […]Read more "Philly Sports Network Union Crew Preview: On the road to Atlanta for biggest road test of the season"
On St. Patrick’s Day, the Philadelphia Union will be hoping for the luck of the Irish to be upon them this coming Saturday. The Union come off an awkward second week bye, and face a team that has dominated the first two weeks of the 2018 MLS season. Columbus Crew SC comes to Chester with […]Read more "MLS Matchday 2 Preview: Philadelphia Union vs Columbus Crew SC"
The 2018 MLS season is upon us! For the Philadelphia Union, the first match can’t come soon enough. After an off-season of unrest for the club and the fans a new Union team is going to take the field Saturday at Talen Energy Stadium. Here’s Philly Sports Network’s MLS Matchday 1 preview of the Philadelphia […]Read more "MLS Matchday 1 Preview: Philadelphia Union vs New England Revolution"
Union face off against struggling Colorado Rapids. The emphasis is on completing the two win week. So how can the Union do this? They can do this by feeding off their momentum; keep possession to create chances and keep up the stellar team defense. These may seem obvious, but it’s worth mentioning and looking into. […]Read more "Here come the Union part 2: completing the two win week"
The Union have a plethora of players who can play the 10 for them. With the departure of Tranquillo Barnetta, some others have the opportunity to make the spot their own. Those in the running are Alejandro Bedoya, Roland Alberg, and Fabian Herbers. Bedoya should be starting the season as the eight so he won’t be […]Read more "Previewing the Union’s Starting 11 for 2017 season opener: Number 10"
Oh Consistency thou art a wicked witch with a B. The Union tied DC United 2-2, after doing enough to win the game for 94 minutes. Alas, there were 95 minutes in this one, and DC found a late equalizer. This tie is one of those ones that feels like a loss. It’s a result […]Read more "Consistency is a B!%$#: Union continue to give up leads"
Earnie Stewart is a very smart business man, which is why he is the teams first ever sporting director. He is known for getting the most bang for a teams buck, or playing Moneyball, and he did just that in this summer transfer window. Albeit, Stewart did wait for the last day of the window […]Read more "Moneyball: how Bedoya and Davies were added to the Union"
WE’RE BACK! After a period where we struggled to fit a podcast in due to busy scheduling, we decided it had been too long since talk of Conor Casey sized ducks and have brought inside the river end back! Liam, Jayson and Michael are joined by Sirius XM’s Jason Davis to bring you the latest […]Read more "Inside The River End Podcast EP 12: The Return ft. Jason Davis"
The 2016 MLS season is right around the corner and it will mark the Philadelphia Union’s 7th season in the league. Last year was a underwhelming one, where the Union finished 18th out of the 20 teams. Improvements simply had to be made for this team to make a bigger impact in the MLS, become a playoff contender and […]Read more "10 things Philadelphia Union fans are looking forward to in upcoming MLS season"