Articles written by: Nick Fishman

A native of South Jersey, Nick Fishman started with the Philly Soccer Page before the 2017 MLS season. He primarily covers the Union beat. Catch him on twitter @nick_fishman or email him at nsfishman90@gmail.com

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Union

Union announce new stadium name: Welcome to Subaru Park

The Union unveiled their new name for the place they call home on the Delaware River.

Commentary / MLS

The one thing MLS 1.0 got right

As MLS prepares for its 25th season, almost everything has gotten better. PSP’s Nick Fishman says the league has lost something along the way.

Union

Jamiro Monteiro is the Union’s newest No. 10

After rejoining his club in Clearwater, Jamiro Monteiro will be donning a different jersey.

Featured / Season Review / Union

Season review: Ilsinho redefines what it means to be a “super sub”

PSP’s Nick Fishman breaks down how a substitute was the Union’s most impactful player in their historic season.

Match previews

Playoff match preview: Atlanta United vs. Philadelphia Union

PSP’S Nick Fishman goes deep in his preview of the Eastern Conference semifinal showdown between Atlanta and the Union.

Press Conference / Union

Przybylko out, Bedoya ready for showdown in Atlanta

It’s a case of “good news/bad news” as the Union look to unseat MLS’ defending champs.

Union

All smiles after a historic night in Chester

The club knows what the first win in Union history meant to a fan base starved of success. PSP’s Nick Fishman shares his report from Sunday’s match.

Press Conference / Union

Jim Curtin’s Union seek an elusive playoff victory

Everyone knows the Union’s playoff history. PSP’s Nick Fishman reports from Jim Curtin’s weekly presser on what a win on Sunday would mean to the city and his team.

Breaking News / Union

BREAKING: Alejandro Bedoya tweets cryptic emojis. What does it mean?

PSP’s Nick Fishman breaks down what Alejandro Bedoya’s cryptic tweet really means.

Union match reports

Match report: Columbus Crew SC 2-0 Philadelphia Union

The Union waste their opportunities, falling 2-0 in Columbus and to third place in the standings.