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Bethlehem announces 2020 roster status

Bethlehem Steel announced initial roster moves for 2020, headlined by the departure of James Chambers.

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Season review: Bethlehem roster evaluation, part two

Tim Jones finishes his commentary on Bethlehem Steel FC’s 2019 players.

Coach Burke at the end of the Nashville match 6/9/19

Assessing Bethlehem’s contract players at mid-season

The mid-year analysis of Bethlehem’s players, begun last Thursday with the first-teamers who come down, continues with those under contract to the Steel.

In pictures: Bethlehem Steel 0-3 Ottawa Fury FC
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In pictures: Bethlehem Steel 0-3 Ottawa Fury FC

PSP photographer Marjorie Elzey was on hand Sunday afternoon as Bethlehem Steel fell to Ottawa Fury FC 0-3.

USL Match report

Match report: Loudon United 3-3 Bethlehem Steel

Bethlehem dropped two points at Audi Field against DC United’s new USL affiliate, conceding an equalizer in the third minute of stoppage time Friday night.

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Steel player analysis after two matches in four days

After playing two matches in just four days, let’s review and analyze some of Bethlehem’s top players.

USL Match report

Match report: Swope Park Rangers 3-4 Bethlehem Steel

On the same day the Union’s nascent youth movement defeated F. C. Dallas’s older one in stoppage time, so its player development side defeated Sporting Kansas City’s making up three goals in the last 25 minutes, including a winner at the death.

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Two goals at Talen!: Player analysis after Pittsburgh

Forcing the Pittsburgh “Lilley-hounds” to come from behind to tie Saturday night surprised many people. PSP runs through the lineup player by player.

Player of the Week

Player of the Week: David Accam

Is the David Accam of old back? It certainly looks like it, after he created two more goals to lead the Union to victory.

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Bethlehem’s teenage internationals

Bethlehem Steel are not the first player development side to implement a thorough-going youth movement. They are the first to rely heavily on teenage international players. They have six such among their total of nine international players.