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Re-Entry Draft’s first stage sees some action

PSP evaluates the MLS Re-Entry Draft’s first stage, which saw the Union play Moneyball and DC United throw away money. (Pictured: One DC waste of money defending another?)

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What’s the Union worth? (and other thoughts)

PSP’s Dan Walsh looks at a few bits of recent news, including the Union’s team value and what it means for the club, the waiving of Don Anding, why the MLS Cup final is a great matchup, and other bits from around MLS. UPDATED.

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Adam and Eli chat about the MLS conference finals second legs

Who’s going to prevail in this weekend’s Conference Final second legs? PSP’s Eli Pearlman-Storch and Adam Cann had a chat about it.

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Roger Torres, and other things

Some words on the prospective Roger Torres departure and the MLS playoffs, courtesy of PSP’s Dan Walsh.

Analysis / Union

It’s over. Now what? (2013 edition)

The off-season has begun for Philadelphia Union. PSP’s Dan Walsh looks at the major issues facing the Union this off-season, assesses the team’s needs, and evaluates which players will likely stay or depart.

Analysis / Union

A coda: Union, 2013

Somehow, that seemed how it was supposed to end for Philadelphia Union. But that game sure was exciting. PSP’s Dan Walsh offers a coda for the Union’s 2013 season.

Analysis / Union

The statement game

The Union got themselves back in the playoff driver’s seat by winning Friday the same way they’ve won all year. PSP’s Dan Walsh breaks down the Union’s underrated defense and the race for the Eastern Conference’s final playoff spot.

Analysis / Union

Should John Hackworth be fired?

Union fans are asking the question. One PSP contributor answers it.

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Scoping the Union’s stretch run

Of the four teams vying for a playoff spot, the Union play the toughest overall schedule. Only two of those games are against Eastern Conference teams below them in the standings.

Analysis / Union

Moreno & Martino explain the Union midfield

The Union’s back and front lines are among the league’s best. But there’s always that midfield. Leave it to TV analysts Alejandro Moreno and Kyle Martino to describe the midfield perfectly. PSP’s Dan Walsh fills you in on how.