Articles written by: Thomas Hill

Thomas Hill is a senior at the Savannah College of Art and design, studying documentary filmmaking. He aspires to pursue his masters in sports journalism. He's been an avid fan of Philadelphia sports for the last 23 years, and regularly attends Philly away games in the south whenever possible. You can follow him on twitter @puertodelphian


New weekly column: The change strip

An aesthetic assessment of this moment in soccer history.

Featured / MLS

The greatest bad idea in American sports

Thomas Hill looks at the surprise decision to not award the Supporters Shield at the end of the 2020 MLS Season.


Good things happen in Philadelphia

Thomas Hill explores the impending sale of Homegrown midfielder Brenden Aaronson to Red Bull Salzburg.

Featured / Union

The most beautiful, stunning, and sexy soccer jersey in the history of the world.

Thomas Hill looks forward to his hopes for the Union’s next secondary kit.


Sports are not your distraction

The Union’s players have been speaking out about social change. PSP’s Thomas Hill explains why we should be listening.


What happened to MLS team nicknames?

PSP contributor Thomas Hill looks at the trend away from nicknames for MLS clubs.

Photo by Earl Gardner

The favorable dilemma of Aaronson and McKenzie

PSP contributor Thomas Hill explores the possibilities that would come with a sale of one of the Union’s two brightest young players.


Group A preview: Predicting the unpredictable

New PSP contributor Thomas Hill breaks down the five teams joining the Union in Group A of the MLS is Back Tournament.