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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.

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Season review: End of season roundtable

PSP’s staff gives their thoughts on the season that was and offseason to come, roundtable style.

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Season review: David Accam, bust or bad luck?

David Accam didn’t live up to expectations. In our latest Season Review piece, Christian Sandler takes a look at why and what to look for in the future.

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Season review: The Union’s #10 problem

The biggest question mark heading into the offseason is a number… 10.

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Readers poll: Should Jim Curtin return as head coach?

What do you think about the biggest question facing the Union this offseason?

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Season review: Grading the Union players

PSP hands out grades to Philadelphia Union’s players for their performances this season, and nobody gets graded on a curve.

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Season review: The Union were who we thought they were

Did the Union over- or underperform expectations in 2018?

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Season review: It’s over. Now what? (2018 edition)

PSP’s Season Review series kicks off today and will run for the next two weeks: For Philadelphia Union, it’s nine years and counting without a playoff win, but those Union fans got an exciting season with often beautiful soccer that could provide the sort of optimism they haven’t had in years.

Why the Union fell short
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Why the Union fell short

The Union were one of MLS’s best teams from May 10 until they stepped on the Yankee Stadium pitch. PSP’s Dan Walsh breaks down what went wrong at the end and notes that, on the whole this year, Jim Curtin deserves more credit than blame.

Analysis / Union

Postgame analysis: NYCFC 3 – 1 Philadelphia Union

Jim Curtin said that NYC deserved to win that game. PSP’s Ryan Rose agrees and takes a look at why.

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