Articles written by: Kevin Kinkead

Kevin Kinkead is an Emmy award-winning journalist. He currently writes for Philly Voice and previously wrote for and worked as a producer for CBS 3 Eyewitness News in Philadelphia. Follow him on Twitter at @Kevin_Kinkead.

Interview / Union

Who is Rene Meulensteen? Five questions with Kristan Heneage

Kevin Kinkead talks to ESPN’s Kristan Heneage for some insight into Rene Meulensteen.

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Offseason Issues / Opinion

Offseason Issues: Homegrown players

How will the Union’s homegrown players fit in team’s plans for 2015? Kevin Kinkead explores.

Analysis / Offseason Issues

Offseason issues: Goalkeeping

PSP’s series continues with a look at the Union’s crowded goalkeeping situation and the options for what to do about it.

Union Notes

Union notes: Curtin announcement on Friday, City Islanders partnership, homegrowns, and more

Kevin Kinkead with info on Jim Curtin’s status, concerns about the Union’s partnership with Harrisburg, possible homegrown player cuts, and more.

Player ratings

Analysis and Player Ratings: Crew 2-1 Union

In an ironic, but not surprising way, the season ended in the same way that it started.


“Winter is coming”: Philadelphia Union faced with a long list of offseason issues

Kevin Kinkead reviews a laundry list of issues facing the Union in the offseason.

Union match reports

Match Report: Philadelphia Union 2-3 Columbus Crew

Two goals scored in seven minutes. Three goals conceded in four minutes. And that’s the end of the 2014 season.

Interview / Union

Jim Curtin Quotes: Monday, October 6

Kevin Kinkead talks to Union interim manager Jim Curtin for an update on the team’s playoff chances, injury status, international call-ups, and mentality since the Chicago draw.


Amobi Okugo and Maurice Edu: Contract talks and crowded midfields

If you had to pick just one to play in midfield, who would it be? Jim Curtin made his pick. PSP’s Kevin Kinkead breaks it down.


Three questions ahead of NYRB and the U.S. Open Cup final

The Union are entering the most important home stretch in team history, beginning with two Eastern Conference six-pointers and the US Open Cup final in the span of a week. Kevin Kinkead asks who should start, who should come off the bench, and who should be rested.