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PSP’s best photos of the year

PSP photographers Daniel Gajdamowicz, Earl Gardner, Ryan Griffith, Rob Simmons and I have enjoyed covering the Union games this year. We appreciate your comments over the year and let us know if we missed any of your favorites. Here’s what we saw.

Olivier Mbaizo at the open practice for the fans (Paul Rudderow).

All smiles at the Meet the Team event at Dave & Buster’s (Paul Rudderow).

Anthony Fontana with his first career goal in the Union win over New England (Daniel Gajdamowicz).

Photo by Earl GardnerAuston Trusty with one of his many aerial battles in a scoreless draw with Columbus (Earl Gardner).

Alejandro Bedoya secured the tie with San Jose (Paul Rudderow).

C.J. Sapong has a late attempt but the Union fall to Orlando (Rob Simmons).

Borek Dockal’s first MLS goal in a win against D.C. (Daniel Gajdamowicz).

Photo by Earl GardnerDockal chips in another goal in the win over Salt Lake (Earl Gardner).

Ilsinho battles against New York in another scoreless draw (Rob Simmons).

Photo by Earl GardnerCory Burke with a goal in the win over Chicago (Earl Gardner).

Ilsinho with the moves, but Union lose to Toronto (Paul Rudderow).

Haris Medunjanin slides in the Open Cup win against New York (Paul Rudderow).

Photo by Earl GardnerDockal with a brace in the win over Vancouver (Earl Gardner).

Sapong was not happy in the loss against Atlanta (Rob Simmons).

Fafa Picault settles in the Open Cup win against Orlando (Paul Rudderow).

Photo by Earl GardnerIt’s hard to see Chris Pontius not in a Union jersey specially when he helps LA with the win (Earl Gardner).

Andre Blake keeps a clean sheet as the Union advance in the Open Cup with a win over Chicago (Paul Rudderow).

Sons of Ben in the win over New England (Daniel Gajdamowicz).

Sapong score in the win down in D.C. (Ryan Griffith).

The Union did not play well in the loss to Montreal (Paul Rudderow).

Jay Simpson scores a brace in the win over Kansas City (Daniel Gajdamowicz).

Photo by Earl GardnerPicault bends one in the corner in the big win over Minnesota (Earl Gardner).

The Union got no breaks on the loss to New York (Paul Rudderow).

The Union drop another one up in New York (Ryan Griffith).

Thank you from all of the photographers at PSP!


  1. Heh, that Fafa goal against MN in October was hilarious. I was on vacation watching on my phone and couldn’t believe the space that defender gave him. Beaut of a shot.

  2. Marie Rudderow says:

    Beautiful photos but you forgot to mention Paul Rudderow contribution to this photo essay…….looks like plenty of his photos are here…..

  3. Really love all the work by the PSP photo staff! Great work by all again this year!

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