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Union match reports

Match report: Chicago Fire 2-0 Philadelphia Union

Union fall to the Fire 2-0, despite the man advantage for a full half.

Postgame / Video

PSP Postgame Show: Union 3-0 Chicago Fire

Video of players in the media scrum, Jim Curtin’s press conference, Post-Game Fan Interviews and PSP’s Post-Match Wrap-Up Show. You do not want to miss this!

Union match reports

Match recap: Chicago Fire 1–1 Philadelphia Union

Missing Maidana and feeling the grind of their third game in eight days, the Union stole a point at the death from the Chicago Fire.

Featured / Match stats / Statistics

Offensive struggles

The Union offense has so far been a non starter. We look at some of the numbers.

Featured / Player ratings / Union

Analysis & player ratings: Fire 1-0 Union

It was another case of new formation, new tactics, same result for the slumping Union, who return home to face the Le Toux-led Whitecaps without a point to their name after three matches.

Daily news roundups

Post loss quotes, further reaction, more news

Nowak sees improvement, wants team to be more opportunistic. Le Toux looking forward to PPL Park return. Must-win for U-23s against El Salvador tonight. More news.

Daily news roundups

Califf doubts, Williams has faith, Adu’s “whoa” goal, more

Will Danny Califf travel to Chicago? Freddy Adu scores a cracker in USA 6-0 win over Cuba in Olympic qualifiers. Sheanon Williams on late call-up and his faith that the Union will turn things around. More news.

Featured / MLS / Quick Reference

Union vs Chicago quick reference

Can’t remember how the Union has fared against the Fire? We’ve got match stats, highlights from our match reports and analysis, video highlights, and more.


Fire v Union live chat

Join PSP for a live chat on Saturday from 8:15pm as the Union travel to Chicago in search of their first win of 2012.

Featured / Match stats / Statistics

Stat chat: Union at Chicago

The Union managed just one shot on goal against Chicage. Fortunately, it went in. A look at the match stats in Chicago and the connection between the team’s shots on goal percentage and match results. Also, the Danny Mwanga slump.