Union

Signing News / Union

Union re-sign Fabinho, Creavalle, and Przybylko

The Union announced they’re bringing back two experienced players, and one still-untested one.

Analysis / Union

The early returns on Ernst Tanner after a statement signing

Ernst Tanner made a statement with an early striker signing. PSP’s Dan Walsh assesses the Union sporting director’s early moves, which are a mixed bag so far but definitely look impactful.

Join, or Die.
Breaking News / Union

Union sign Brazilian striker Sergio Santos

The Union announced the signing of 24-year-old striker Sergio Santos on Friday morning.

Breaking News / Union

Union trade Fabian Herbers to Chicago Fire

The sixth pick in the 2016 draft is heading to the Windy City in exchange for a second-round pick in the SuperDraft.

Photo by Earl Gardner
A View from Afar / Union

Ten good, available domestic players who could help Philadelphia Union

These 10 players are available, talented, and worth considering by Philadelphia Union because they fill positions of need. PSP’s Dan Walsh runs down the list.

Season Reviews / Union

Season review: Off-season Union personnel movement

A comprehensive look at the Union’s player movements, both from Monday and in the off-season ahead, including the likelihood of the Union featuring a 3-5-2 formation, which seems likely with current talent. PSP’s Dan Walsh lays it out.

Press Conference / Union

In end-of-season presser, Tanner previews 2019 season

The manager will return next season, but he may be implementing a new approach. PSP reports from Ernst Tanner and Jim Curtin’s end-of-season press conference.

Breaking News / Roster News / Union

Breaking news: Union announce first roster changes of offseason

Who’s in and who’s out as the Union start to look toward 2019.

Photo by Earl Gardner
Union

Why the Union won

Fifteen wins were a franchise record for Philadelphia Union. Chris Gibbons breaks down the reasons why the team won.

For Pete's Sake / Season Reviews / Union

Season review: The striker situation

With Cory Burke ascendant, C.J. Sapong regressing, and Jay Simpson on his way out, where do the Union stand up top? Peter Andrews evaluates the year that was for the strikers and suggests a path forward for the offseason.

WP Twitter Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com