Season Reviews

Season Reviews / Union

Season review: The missteps

The Union made more than a few mistakes this year, but a handful stand out as specific moments where things went wrong.

For Pete's Sake / Season Reviews / Union

Season review: The personnel moves

How did Earnie Stewart’s acquisitions fare in the 2017 season? Was his decision not to upgrade the team in-season prudent? Peter Andrews reviews the year that was.

Commentary / Season Reviews / Union

Season review: The lost seasons

The inability to nurture talented players continues to plague the Union, resulting in lost seasons for these Union players.

Season Reviews / Union

Season review: The pleasant surprises

Amidst a lost season, the Union had three pleasant surprises you can memorably tuck away for safe keeping.

Polls / Season Reviews / Union

Readers poll: Grading Stewart, Curtin, Sugarman, Burke

Weigh in with your opinion on the performances of the key decision-makers for Philadelphia Union and Bethlehem Steel FC.

Analysis / Season Reviews / Union

A creativity problem — the Union’s No. 10s

PSP’s Adam Cann breaks down the DEEP numbers that reveal what went wrong at the Union’s No. 10 position this year.

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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For Pete's Sake / Season Reviews / Union

The Sugarman question

Can the Union ever be a top team with Jay Sugarman as their owner? Even though the path to getting there is very narrow, Peter Andrews says yes.

Featured / Season Reviews / Union

PSP panel: Why Union fans should either hope or despair

We asked PSP writers for reasons that Union fans should either have hope for the team’s future, or why they should despair. Here’s what they said.

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Polls / Season Reviews / Union

Readers poll/PSP panel: Should Jim Curtin return as Union head coach?

Our readers poll asks you whether you think Curtin should return as head coach and why, and PSP’s writers share their views.