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Match analysis: Philadelphia Union 0–1 New England Revolution

Jeremy Lane delves into the data to understand the Union’s confounding form.

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Match analysis: Club América 2–0 Philadelphia Union

So, it turns out Club América are just as good as advertised.

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Match analysis: Philadelphia Union 1–1 Chicago Fire

The Chicago draw brought more of the same listless, uncreative attacking soccer from the Union. However, Jeremy Lane manages to find some straws to cling to.

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Match analyses: Columbus and Chicago

It’s been a busy week in Unionland, with three games packed in. As a result, Jeremy Lane gives you a two-fer today, with analysis of both the home win over Columbus and the road draw against Chicago.

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Match analysis: Philadelphia Union 3–0 Portland Timbers

An undermanned Portland Timbers side came to Subaru Park on Sunday, and were summarily dispatched, 3-0. Here’s how the Union did it.

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Match analysis: Chicago Fire 0–2 Philadelphia Union

On Saturday afternoon, the Union comfortably dispatched with a weak Chicago Fire team, 2–0, without ever hitting high gear.

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Match analysis: Columbus Crew 0–0 Philadelphia Union

It was the first game of the year, but also the third. So, what did we learn?

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Match analysis: LAFC 3-3 Philadelphia Union

One of the most entertaining Union matches of all time saw the visitors steal points in LA. Here’s how they did it.

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Postgame analysis: Philadelphia Union 3-1 Atlanta United FC

PSP’s Shayan Waseh takes a closer look at the Union’s triumph over Atlanta.

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Postgame analysis: Philadelphia Union 3-1 D.C. United

D.C. United is the Union’s favorite punching bag. PSP’s Peter Andrews breaks down the effect of Jim Curtin’s lineup changes and looks ahead to how the club will replace suspended captain Alejandro Bedoya this weekend.