Raves

Raves: Sébastien Le Toux
Raves

Raves: Sébastien Le Toux

No one bleeds blue and gold like he does. And no one wants to play in Philly more than him. Winning here, performing here, is all Le Toux cares about.

Raves: Zac MacMath
Raves

Raves: Zac MacMath

After a shaky start, Zac MacMath learned from his mistakes this year and stepped up his game. He now leads the league in clean sheets. PSP raves.

Raymond Gaddis pushed forward for a little extra offence
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Raves: Ray Gaddis

He looks like a choir boy. He runs like a cheetah. Ray’s got game. PSP kicks off this year’s series of Raves with a rave about Ray Gaddis.

Raves: Michael Farfan
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Raves: Michael Farfan

Michael Farfan is the most versatile, talented and dangerous creator on the Union roster. Period.

Carlos Valdes likely isn't coming back, at least before the World Cup. (Photo: Earl Gardner)
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Raves: Carlos Valdes

Leader by example, we rave about captain Carlos Valdes.

Raves: Jack McInerney
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Raves: Jack McInerney

From being a symbol of the Union’s desire to build from youth to watching the game from the stands in less than 2 and a half years under Peter Nowak, Jack McInerney has repaid John Hackworth’s faith by doing what he does best: scoring goals.

Raves: Danny Cruz
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Raves: Danny Cruz

If hard work and tenacity showed up on the score sheet, Danny Cruz would be a Golden Boot winner. Here’s his rave from Greg Orlandini.

Raves: Sheanon Williams
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Raves: Sheanon Williams

It’s been a difficult season for Sheanon Williams, but he has persevered, bringing new meaning to the footballers’ saying, “Form is temporary. Class is permanent.” PSP raves.

Raves: Zac MacMath
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Raves: Zac MacMath

Young keepers will struggle, it’s just a fact of life in the soccer world. But Sean Doyle says the future looks bright for Zac MacMath in this rave.

Raves: Antoine Hoppenot
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Raves: Antoine Hoppenot

Our series of end-of-the-season raves about our favorite Union players begins with Jeremy Lane’s look at our very own Princeton Cannon.

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