KYW Philly Soccer Show

KYW Philly Soccer Show: Mike Sorber

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Philadelphia Union have their best start in years. In the latest edition of the KYW Philly Soccer Show, Union assistant coach Mike Sorber joins KYW’s Greg Orlandini and Kevin Kinkead of CBS Philly, Philly Voice, and PSP to talk about what’s behind the Union’s strong start, and what the team is doing to continue it.

The former US international midfielder and veteran of the 1994 World Cup talks about the the Union’s depth, especially at midfield, and how the team goes about selecting players each week.

Also discussed is whether the Union will be active in getting new players from overseas as the summer transfer window approaches.

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To listen to the pod, click on the player above or visit the Philly Soccer Show iTunes page. Follow the pod on Twitter at @KYWPhillySoccer.


  1. old soccer coach says:

    Love Sorber’s gentle, polite rejection of the “instant fix sound byte” version of analysis.
    Mike Sorber indicated by his comments that the multiplicity of financial devices are fully integral to any discussion of the pool of international players constantly being presented to them as available.

  2. Fat Uncle Phil from Urkel says:

    Love the comparisons with Golden State. They have their own Earnie Stewart running the show. His name is Jerry West and he’s one of the best executives in the history of the NBA. Not to mention the literal logo of the league.

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