Opinion / Season Reviews / Union

PSP roundtable: The state of the Union

We asked PSP’s writers the big questions about the state of the Union. Here’s what they had to say.

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Vincent Nogueira was unique, but not irreplaceable

With Vincent Nogueira gone, what should the Union do now?


A historian’s view on the new Bethlehem Steel FC

National Soccer Hall of Fame historian Roger Allaway couldn’t be happier that the Union named its USL team after the original Bethlehem Steel FC.


Where’s the heart?

A few key losses in the off-season have resulted in some missing grit in the Union’s lineup.

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Commentary / Opinion

Preseason malaise

After a disappointing offseason, Peter Andrews explains why — for the first time — he can’t muster any excitement for first kick.


The January transfer window: Send Jim Curtin on loan

What if you could move staff in the January transfer window? Peter Andrews has an unlikely — but provocative — idea for Jim Curtin.

Opinion / Season Reviews

Season Review: Winners and losers in 2014

PSP kicks off its revamped annual season review series on the Philadelphia Union by looking at the winners and losers this year for the club.

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Offseason Issues / Opinion

Offseason Issues: Homegrown players

How will the Union’s homegrown players fit in team’s plans for 2015? Kevin Kinkead explores.

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Is Jim Curtin the right man for the Union job?

As the Union’s search for a permanent head coach continues, is the team’s performance under interim manager Jim Curtin making the decision for the Front Office? Earl Reed explores.


Midseason friendlies: The necessary evil

It seems the only certainties in this world are death, taxes, and summer friendlies. Earl Reed looks at some of the pitfalls.