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Roundtable / Season Reviews / Union

Season review: 2020 Philadelphia Union roundtable

The PSP staff examines the year that was and the offseason ahead in our annual post-season roundtable discussion.


Roundtable: Union win the Supporters’ Shield

The PSP staff reacts to the first trophy in Philadelphia Union history.


PSP roundtable: MLS is Back Tournament

PSP writers kick around some of the storylines surrounding the MLS is Back Tournament.

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PSP view: Black lives matter

Yes, there will be soccer again soon. More importantly, things must be set right. PSP believes in liberty and justice for all, which includes the belief that black lives matter. Read PSP’s statement.


COVID-19 Home: From March until…

A collection of PSP’s coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.

Guest Column

What’s going on with Kai Wagner?

In a guest post, physical therapist Joe Bertucci takes a look at what might be keeping Kai Wagner off the pitch.

Roundtable / Union

Roundtable: PSP writers on the season ahead

A collection of our writers discuss the offseason and what the next eight months could bring for the Union.

Guest Column / MLS / Opinion

The Inter Miami trademark case, explained

In a guest post, intellectual property lawyer Tyler Marandola explains why there’s still a long way to go before Inter Miami might be forced to change its name.

Guest Column

How to get more Philadelphia kids playing soccer

In a guest post, Matt Brown explores some ways to grow the game with the city’s youth.


Union Best XI of the 2010s: community picks

The week of Best XIs wraps up with picks sent in by PSP readers and commenters.