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Analysis / Guest Column / Union

Scouting Mikael Uhre, the Union’s new ace

Danish football journalist Toke Møller Theilade tells the story of Mikael Uhre’s rise to stardom and analyzes what he’ll bring to Philadelphia.

Analysis / Guest Column

What can the Union expect from Stuart Findlay?

English soccer writer and reporter James Nalton provides a detailed look at the team’s newest signing, Stuart Findlay.

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What’s going on with Kai Wagner?

In a guest post, physical therapist Joe Bertucci takes a look at what might be keeping Kai Wagner off the pitch.

Guest Column / MLS / Opinion

The Inter Miami trademark case, explained

In a guest post, intellectual property lawyer Tyler Marandola explains why there’s still a long way to go before Inter Miami might be forced to change its name.

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How to get more Philadelphia kids playing soccer

In a guest post, Matt Brown explores some ways to grow the game with the city’s youth.

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MLS set to face toughest rivals: LIGA MX in CONCACAF Champion’s League

Red Bulls toppled Tijuana in Mexico to win the first leg. Is this the year MLS teams will beat Liga MX clubs.

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How will US soccer handle El Tri’s summer broadcast invasion?

The USMNT isn’t going to the World Cup and Fox Sports will be broadcasting El Tri in much of its stead. How will that affect U.S. Soccer going forward?

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Here lies John Morton, signer of the Declaration of Independence

The grave of a signer of the Declaration of Independence lies not far from Talen Energy Stadium. One Union fan notices it when driving to games, and he shares details on the life and final burial place of one John Morton.

Studs Up

Studs up: An open letter to an open response to an open letter

PSP’s most notorious reader gets another turn at the mic, sounding off on Jay Sugarman and Earnie Stewart and all those music quotes PSP readers keep sharing.

Featured / Guest Column

An open response from Jay Sugarman

Philadelphia Union majority owner Jay Sugarman responds to PSP’s call for him to improve the Union or sell the team. Read his open letter to PSP, which he sent to PSP Wednesday night.