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In Marco Fabian, Union on the verge of the biggest signing in club history

The Union looks set to make the sort of splash their fans have been craving. PSP’s Peter Andrews breaks down the reported signing of Mexican attacker Marco Fabian.

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On the first day of preseason, two signings and three burning questions

The Union hold the first practice of their tenth season today. PSP’s Peter Andrews looks at three big questions facing the club in preseason, including how two rumored new signings will fit in with the club.

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Six thoughts on the Union’s 2019 schedule

MLS released the 2019 schedule yesterday, giving Union fans their first full look at the season ahead. PSP’s Peter Andrews investigates what we can glean from 34 scheduled matches.

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What the Rosenberry trade tells us

The trade of the popular right back sent waves through the Union fanbase on Wednesday afternoon. PSP’s Peter Andrews breaks down the risks, rewards, and what the move indicates about the Union’s aggressive sporting director.

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A traveler’s guide to MLS’s west coast stadiums

Thinking about watching the Union out west next season? PSP’s Peter Andrews offers his observations after visiting every stadium on the west coast.

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Season review: Earnie Stewart’s legacy

The Union’s biggest midseason move was Earnie Stewart’s departure to U.S. Soccer. With a new sporting director in charge, Peter Andrews tries to make sense of Stewart’s mixed legacy with the Union.

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Season review: The striker situation

With Cory Burke ascendant, C.J. Sapong regressing, and Jay Simpson on his way out, where do the Union stand up top? Peter Andrews evaluates the year that was for the strikers and suggests a path forward for the offseason.

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With another collapse, Union hit the ceiling of the Jim Curtin era

After another big-game failure, Jim Curtin shouldn’t escape the heat. PSP’s Peter Andrews on why the offseason must start with the search for a new manager.

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Five thoughts for the last week of the season

After a toothless loss to the Red Bulls on Sunday, the Union have their playoff positioning in their own hands this weekend. PSP’s Peter Andrews gives five thoughts on the state of the team after 33 matches.

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A collective, devastating failure in Houston

PSP’s Peter Andrews provides a postmortem from Houston, where the Union players and coach delivered a dreadful performance at the worst possible time.

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