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The 2019 Union broadcast schedule: Why no national love?

Why aren’t the Union on national TV?

Preseason / Union

PSP’s Design-a-kit contest: The entries

Ready for the Union’s new away kit? Vote for some fan designs before the team’s launch party tomorrow.

Preseason / Union match reports

Preseason match report: Philadelphia Union 1-2 D.C. United

The Union fell 2-1 to D.C. United in the opener of the Suncoast Invitational, but the individual battles for positions were just as important as the result.

Preseason / Union

Springtime in January

Spring offers hope for what’s to come. At an open practice in January, Spring came a little early.

Preseason / Union

Stock rising/falling: Union-Impact 2-2

Who helped their case for the season opener, who looks bench-bound following the Union’s 2-2 draw with Montreal?

Preseason / Union

Stock rising/falling: Union 1-0 Rowdies

Haris Medunjanin, Adam Najem and Ray Gaddis really stood out, but who hurt themselves in the Union’s Saturday friendly? New PSP writer Jim O’Leary breaks it down.

Preseason

PSP talks to Jim Curtin: Strength in the center

The Union will be a different team without Cristian Maidana in 2016. Will Tranquillo Barnetta help add spine to a team that was far too easy to break down last year?

Featured / Preseason

PSP talks to Jim Curtin: Wingers and width

Philly’s starting wingers were held scoreless until May 30 last season. The Union will look to change how they use wingers and width as they seek to do a better job disrupting defenses in 2016.

Preseason / Tactics Talk

PSP talks to Jim Curtin: ‘Defense first’ is more than just a mantra

The Union allowed 55 goals last season. To bring that number down the club drafted for defense, and Jim Curtin is looking to implement a top-to-bottom press that takes advantage of the team’s athletic back line in 2016.

Analysis / Preseason

PSP talks tactics with Jim Curtin: A cohesive plan starting from the back

PSP spoke with Jim Curtin about the Union’s tactics. This piece is the first of a series that will build on Curtin’s comments to examine how the Union can find more consistency and success in 2016.

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