Archive for December, 2013

Annual Awards

PSP’s Best of 2013

Here is the best of 2013, as determined by some of the PSP crew. Everything from best local team and best goal of the year to the worst hair and biggest controversy of the year.

Philadelphia Soccer History

Philly Soccer 100: New Year’s Day soccer, 1914

One hundred years ago, the busy Philadelphia soccer holiday schedule continued through New Year’s Day.

Daily news roundups

Jack on what the Union need & a new contract, Pablo Perez update, lots of lists, more news

Jack McInerney on through balls and a raise. Argentinian report say Perez suitors down to Union and Malaga. Lots of year end lists. More news.

MLS / US / USMNT / World Cup

2013: Tough to match this year for American soccer

2013 was a banner year for American soccer in many ways. Can 2014 match it? PSP’s Earl Reed considers.

Daily news roundups

Hack says DP option possible, Perez update, Reading United name new coach, more news

John Hackworth on the Union’s offseason approach to bolstering the roster. Latest on Pablo Perez. Reading United name new head coach. More news.

Daily news roundups

Hack hopeful signings will be announced “very soon,” Le Toux ranked No. 1 MLS right mid by SA, more

John Hackworth hopeful for signing announcements before the new year and says Carlos Valdes resolution is “close.” Soccer America names Le Toux top right mid in MLS for 2013. More.

Soccer on TV

Footy on the Telly, Dec. 27-Jan. 2

Your weekly listings of live soccer on TV, online, and on satellite radio.

Philadelphia Soccer History

Philly Soccer 100: Christmas soccer, 1913

Intercity, interleague, Philadelphia Challenge Cup, and league games were all on the holiday soccer schedule 100 years ago.

Daily news roundups

Union confirms Farfan exit, reports on Union transfer target, more news

Reaction as Farfan transfer is confirmed by the Union. Reports from Argentina of a possible Union transfer target. More news.


From Farfantastic to Farfanless

In less than a year, the Union have gone from Farfantastic to Farfanless. PSP’s Dan Walsh lays out what Michael Farfan’s sudden departure says about and means for the Union.