Articles written by: Tim Jones

Still learning soccer after four decades. A southwestern Ohio buckeye transplanted to Chester County. Loves history, new ideas, baking bread, being a sports fan, and apparently unconnected connections. Though he wouldn't tell you, the PSP crew wants you to know he's a retired high school soccer coach.

USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

Bethlehem announces 2020 roster status

Bethlehem Steel announced initial roster moves for 2020, headlined by the departure of James Chambers.

Breaking News

Union leave nine exposed to the expansion draft

Here is a chart of the players left exposed to the Tuesday’s expansion draft by the Union.

Season Review / USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

Season review: Bethlehem roster evaluation, part two

Tim Jones finishes his commentary on Bethlehem Steel FC’s 2019 players.

Season Review

Season review: Bethlehem Steel roster evaluation, part one

PSP’s Tim Jones evaluates the first-team and Academy players who played for Bethlehem in 2019.

Analysis

A pro-rel what-if in the USL

After a rough season for Bethlehem Steel, PSP’s Tim Jones takes a look at what the USL Championship and League One would look like if relegation were on the table.

Analysis

Continue the development!

Tim Jones indulges in a wildly impractical — but imaginative! — scheme for youth player development during the three-month offseason.

Analysis

Replacing the registas

Even though the Union are in the playoffs with a home game no less, It is time to start thinking about the 2020 rosters for Bethlehem and Philadelphia. The front office certainly must be.

Analysis

A look at the Union’s salary structure

The MLSPA published updated salary information for the league last Friday. PSP’s Tim Jones correlates Union salaries with the club’s roster structure and categories.

Analysis

The Nashville-Miami expansion draft

PSP’s Tim Jones puts forth an early guess at whom the Union will protect in the November 19th expansion draft.

Analysis

A look at the race for first place

PSP’s Tim Jones offers a non-statistical look at what the Union must do — and what help they must get — to finish the season in first place in the East.