Post Tagged with: "Carlos Valdes"

Coronavirus / Union

PSP’s Seven-a-side Draft: Talent from elsewhere

If you’re looking for the best of PSP’s Seven-a-side squads, look no further than Nick Fishman’s future title winners.

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Fans' View

Fans’ View: Season for summer transfers

A look back at some of the most, and least, successful mid-season arrivals for the Union.

Annual Awards

PSP’s best of 2015

It was a rough year for Philadelphia soccer fans. But there were some bright lights too. PSP runs down the best that was in the year that was.

Daily news roundups

Mbolhi signs with Antalyaspor, recaps and reaction to Union win in Montreal, more

Union sources confirm Mbolhi’s departure. Reaction to win in Montreal. League results. Newly appointed head of FIFA reform committee says soccer in the US is “just an ethnic sport for girls in schools.” More.

Daily news roundups

No more Valdes, Sak says Union-Eagles will bid to host WC qualifier, more news

So endeth the Valdes saga. Sakiewicz says Union and Eagles will bid to host a US World Cup qualifier. Drogba signs with Montreal. More news.

Transfer News

Union, Carlos Valdes, mutually agree to terminate contract

Union and Carlos Valdes mutually agree to terminate his contract with the club.

A View from Afar / Commentary

Salary list, targeted allocation money shine light on Union spending

A pair of recently announced financial developments for MLS reveal a bit more of the picture for Philadelphia Union. PSP’s Dan Walsh explains.

Daily news roundups

That call, what Blake needs, league results, US qualifies for U-17 WC, more

Recaps and reaction to Union’s draw at RSL. League results. US U-17s qualify for WC after PK shootout. More news.


How Carlos Valdes destroyed his Philadelphia Union legacy

Kevin Kinkead explores the seemingly neverending series of loan sagas have tarnished the legacy of Carlos Valdes’ time with the Union.

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A View from Afar / Commentary

Could the Union improve without major moves?

There’s something to be said for consistency. PSP’s Dan Walsh explores the prospect of whether Philadelphia Union could be better in 2015 specifically because they didn’t change much of the team.