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

Union match reports

Match report: Philadelphia Union 1-2 Portland Timbers

Still in search of silverware, the Union fall short in the semis against Portland.

Featured / Union

Jamiro Monteiro’s journey from unemployment to MLS star

Six years ago Jamiro Monteiro was without a club and without prospects. Now, he’s starring for one of MLS’s best. PSP’s Nick Fishman tells Monteiro’s story of perseverance.

Union match reports

Match report: Philadelphia Union 3-1 Sporting Kansas City

With the lights bright, the Union played their best. A comprehensive 3-1 win over SKC has them in the semifinals of the MLS is Back Tournament.

Player ratings

Player ratings: Philadelphia Union 1-0 New England Revolution

It wasn’t pretty, but the player ratings are favorable after the Union’s knockout win over the Revolution.

Union match reports

Match report: Philadelphia Union 2-1 Inter Miami CF

Moving on. The Union moved to a tie at the top of Group A and advanced to the knockout stage with a close 2-1 win in their first match against Inter Miami CF.

Coronavirus / Union

PSP’s Seven-a-side Draft: Talent from elsewhere

If you’re looking for the best of PSP’s Seven-a-side squads, look no further than Nick Fishman’s future title winners.

Union match reports

Match report: Los Angeles FC 3-3 Philadelphia Union

Those that stayed up late were rewarded with an instant classic in Southern California.

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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.