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Bethlehem Steel FC announce 2018 off-season roster moves, Matt Real returns

Bethlehem Steel FC have announced roster moves in preparation for the 2018 season. Details and brief analysis here.

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Jim Curtin to return as Union head coach in 2018

Union sporting director Earnie Stewart confirms the local product will be back to lead the club on the field next season.

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Union decline contract options on Ilsinho, Herbers, Onyewu, Wijnaldum, Edu

The Union cleared a bunch of roster space with Wednesday’s moves. Chris Pontius will also depart the club as a free agent, and Roland Alberg has signed with a Bulgarian side. Updated.

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Brian Carroll announces retirement

Carroll will leave MLS ranked among its top five all-time players in appearances and the only player to ever win four straight Supporters Shields.

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Bethlehem Steel FC match vs. Tampa Bay Rowdies postponed

Due to Hurricane Irma, Bethlehem Steel FC’s match against Tampa Bay Rowdies has been cancelled.

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Union responds to criticism over town hall meeting

A Philadelphia Union spokesman responded to a PSP column critical of the team’s town hall meeting for season ticketholders last week, saying there was no intent to keep secret the meeting’s contents. He explained the club’s approach and thought process. Here’s what he had to say.

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Anthony Fontana signs Homegrown contract with Philadelphia Union

Philadelphia Union ink their sixth homegrown signing, but Anthony Fontana won’t join the active roster until 2018.

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Josh Yaro undergoes shoulder surgery

The Union announced that Josh Yaro will miss three to four months after shoulder surgery.

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Union sign draft pick Marcus Epps

Philadelphia Union’s second round draft pick is their first draftee to sign with the first team this year.

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Pappas pleads guilty to prescription drug kickback scheme

The Union color commentator has pleaded guilty in federal court to “receiving nearly $500,000 in kickbacks for filling unneeded prescriptions for himself and recruiting others to the scheme.” UPDATE: Union terminate Pappas’ contract.