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Fred dribbles through defenders. (Photo: Daniel Gajdamowicz)
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Season review: Fred

PSP’s next season review focuses on Fred, the Brazilian center attacking midfielder who spent much of this season on the wing for Philadelphia Union because of the team’s lack of wingers. Will Fred be back next year? PSP considers.

J.T. Noone splits two defenders against Celtic. (Photo: Paul Rudderow)
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Season review: J.T. Noone

PSP is running in-depth season reviews for each Philadelphia Union player every weekday for the next five weeks. Each day, a different player will get the spotlight. Local product J.T. Noone is first up.

Expansion draft preview: Philadelphia Union
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Expansion draft preview: Philadelphia Union

Who should the Union protect? Who will they lose? And what the hell are the real rules to this thing? (Some of what you’ve read elsewhere is wrong.) PSP breaks it down with an entirely too detailed preview.

Raves: Amobi Okugo
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Raves: Amobi Okugo

Take note : Amobi Okugo is good, real good, and in the Union’s second season he’s going to prove it.

Union lose 3-1 in last regular season game
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Union lose 3-1 in last regular season game

The regular season ended in bizarre fashion: A midfielder in goal, Chris Seitz in goal, some silly telephone-shoe thing of a goal celebration and a loss, sadly.

Raves: Shea Salinas
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Raves: Shea Salinas

Our raves series continues with a look at the only real winger on the Union’s roster, Shea Salinas.

Preview: Philadelphia Union at Columbus Crew
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Preview: Philadelphia Union at Columbus Crew

The Union play their final game of the season Sunday with a trip to Columbus, and in case you didn’t notice, Philadelphia is playing some great soccer. PSP previews the game.

Raves: Roger Torres
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Raves: Roger Torres

Who doesn’t love Roger Torres? He’s tremendously skilled and explosive. It’s something of a mystery why he disappeared a bit, but here’s why we love him and why we think he’ll be even better next season.

Raves: Danny Mwanga
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Raves: Danny Mwanga

The first Philadelphia Union player to get his own personal fan chant is the next to get his rave. With Danny Mwanga, there’s a lot to rave about.

A Road Mapp For Success
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Raves: Justin Mapp

We tip our cap to Mapp – the slightly underachieving, immensely talented, somewhat balding left wing Union sensation!

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