The $6 million sale was not the big story

Tim Jones takes a deep dive into the news that Philadelphia Union II will no longer compete in the USL Championship and changes to the developmental pipeline coming next year.

A View from Afar / Commentary / Union

No Supporters’ Shield means the Union will win it, right?

PSP’s Dan Walsh emerges from a British cave to explain why the Supporters’ Shield Foundation’s refusal to award the shield this year pretty much guarantees the Union will win it.

And other surreal things from this surreal year.

Commentary / Philly Soccer Page Info

A top 10 (or so) from 10,000 posts and counting

To celebrate 10,000 posts on PSP, Chris Gibbons delved into the archives to compile a list of notable posts from the last 11 years. Read on for a trip down memory lane.

Commentary / USL - Philadelphia Union II

A very close look at Union II’s 2020 players

Tim Jones discusses the Union II players whose two-year trial period is expiring, and those who have made significant contributions to the season.


Good things happen in Philadelphia

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


An introverted striker’s search for footing

Chris Gibbons takes a closer look at Andrew Wooten and how the self-identified introvert has settled into the Union squad.

Commentary / Coronavirus

Finding an edge during a pandemic

In these unprecedented times, coaches are looking for ways to find an edge. Being coy about infections probably isn’t the best way to do so.

Commentary / USL - Philadelphia Union II

A look at Union II’s roster: Part one

Tim Jones digs into the new role of the Union Academy in filling the USL squad’s roster.


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.