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Philadelphia Union trade for Justin Mapp

The Union trade allocation money for the left winger, a former all-star who’s been marginalized in Chicago the last two years.

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Ralston retires, no DP for Union

Irish boycott Red Bulls? Le Toux is POTW, Nery Castillo joins Fire, Villareal looking to sell Altidore, and more in the Round Up!

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Le Toux an all-star, Chicago inks a DP, other news

Le Toux tipped to be an all-star, Chicago signs a designated player, Bob Bradley may not make the cut at Fulham, and other news.

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US WC coverage, Onyewu talk, Biden going to SA and more

Remember 1950? You should. North Korean supporters remember 1966 fondly. Chicago Fire respond to Novak’s criticisms while the American media courts criticisms of its World Cup coverage. Kljestan not waffling on move to Belgium. You hate puns? Put it in the comments.

Featured / Match previews / MLS / Union

Opposition Report: New York Red Bulls

The Red Bulls should provide a decent test in the first installment of the newest New York – Philadelphia rivalry.

Featured / Union

Union release Dave Myrie

Philadelphia Union have released Costa Rican right back Dave Myrie, potentially clearing the way for the signing of Puerto Rico Islanders right back Cristian Arrieta, who is on trial this week with the Union.

Match previews / Union

Opposition Report: Seattle Sounders 2010

A quick look at what to expect from Seattle tonight

Daily news roundups / Featured

Union hire stadium manager, other morning news

PPL Park gets a stadium manager, the Union still have open roster spots, a top MLS goalkeeper suddenly becomes available, and other soccer news of the day.

MLS strike = disaster for Union?
CBA Negotiations / MLS / Union

MLS strike = disaster for Union?

If Major League Soccer players strike, it could be a disaster for Philadelphia Union. An expansion franchise needs momentum from the get-go. Right now, the Union have it. Opening day is a month away. Their stadium in Chester is progressing. Philadelphia’s going to host the final World Cup tune-up for […]

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The U.S. soccer team may play El Salvador in a friendly on Feb. 24. U.S. international Stuart Holden will follow Owen Coyle to Bolton for a trial there after the former Burnley coach switches teams, according to Soccer by Ives. University of Akron forward Teal Bunbury wins the Hermann Trophy, annually given to […]