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Le Toux hurt in Union loss

Sebastien Le Toux was carried off the field on a stretcher shortly after scoring late in Philadelphia Union’s 2-1 loss to the New York Red Bulls tonight.

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Preview: Philadelphia Union at New York Red Bulls

The Union and the Red Bulls go at it again tonight, except this time it’s a U.S. Open Cup qualifier. It won’t be on TV, and the Red Bulls will sit some starters. Here’s a preview.

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The Union wrap: 2-1 loss to New York Red Bulls

Same Le Toux + same Seitz + same brain cramp = same result.

Unfortunately for the hundreds of SoBs and other supporters making their way to the gleaming Red Bull Arena for the first leg of the newly minted I-95 derby, this formula was all too apparent.

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Red Bulls 2-1 Union: I-95 derby summary

The Union fell to the Red Bulls 2-1, with two near-misses that could have tied the match late in the day.

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Opposition Report: New York Red Bulls

The Red Bulls should provide a decent test in the first installment of the newest New York – Philadelphia rivalry.

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Preview: Philadelphia Union at New York Red Bulls

An overhyped team named after a bad sports drink playing in a soccer palace in the market Philly loves to hate … Let’s introduce you to Michael “The Meast” Orozco and the Sons of Ben. America’s best new sports rivalry starts Saturday: Philadelphia Union vs. the New York Red Bulls.

All hell’s about to break loose.

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Robert Pires in talks with Union

Former Arsenal star Robert Pires has been in contact with Philadelphia Union, Union manager Peter Nowak confirmed Wednesday. The winger/attacking midfielder could sign with the Union this summer after his contract runs out with Villareal.

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Where does Philly fit in the world of soccer?

Every soccer-playing nation has its style, and some could say that even regions have their own style. So what does Philadelphia soccer look like? New contributor Conor O’Grady ponders.

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Preconceptions busted: The Union reevaluated

The center backs and goalie were supposed to be a strength, but they’ve crapped the bed. The midfield looked faceless, but they’ve played terrifically. All our preconceived notions of Philadelphia Union are getting busted.

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A blow-by-blow of Toronto-Philadelphia

PSP has a blow-by-blow breakdown of the Philadelphia – Toronto game.