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Breaking News / Roster News

Breaking: Union sign Marco Fabian

The Union found the impact midfielder they’ve been searching for, announcing the transfer signing of Mexico international Marco Fabian from Eintracht Frankfurt.

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Footy on the Telly – 2/8 to 2/15

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Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union sign Wagner and confirm negotiations with Fabian, two preseason victories and a Beckham statue

Plus, Cardiff City’s Emiliano Sala’s body was identified from the plane crash and UEFA might do away with the away goal rule.

KYW Philly Soccer Show / Podcasts

Philly Soccer Show: Union jerseys, behind the scenes action and listener questions

The Union’s SVP of Marketing and Communications joins Greg.

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.

Breaking News / Roster News

Union sign left back Kai Wagner

Kai Wagner, a 21-year-old left back, joins the Union from Germany’s third division.

Analysis / For Pete's Sake

In Marco Fabian, Union on the verge of the biggest signing in club history

The Union looks set to make the sort of splash their fans have been craving. PSP’s Peter Andrews breaks down the reported signing of Mexican attacker Marco Fabian.

Commentary / Local Women's Soccer / Union

The slow rise of women’s soccer and how the Union could bring it to Philly

MLS-backed women’s teams could continue to grow the game even more, and Philadelphia is currently without an NWSL team.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union may sign Mexican MNT player, West Chester United vs. Chester County, Pulisic ends goal drought

Plus: Union “reject” kit ideas, more MLS signings, and Temple men’s spring matches.

Analysis / Local

Is the end of pro soccer in the Lehigh Valley at hand?

With anemic attendance likely for Bethlehem Steel in Chester this year, PSP’s Dan Walsh explores the problems with the team playing in Chester and options for the club’s future in the Lehigh Valley.

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