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Match previews / Union / Union match reports

Match preview: Philadelphia Union vs. Houston Dynamo

Everything you need to know about the Union’s match against the Houston Dynamo. PSP’s Will Boehmer previews Sunday’s home game.

Featured / Match stats / Statistics / Union

Statistical analysis of Union at Houston

We look at the Union’s stats from the final playoff game in Houston with a focus on the numbers for passing, crossing, attempts on goal and the impact of the substitutions.

Featured / Local / MLS / Union

Player ratings & analysis: Dynamo 1-0 Union (3-1 agg.)

The Union’s final match of the season showed off their skills and exposed their flaws: A strong defense and a young offense could not overcome a disciplined Dynamo.

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Featured / Local / MLS / Union

A look in the mirror

They picked the right players this season, and the players did their part. For the Union to take the next step, something else is required. PSP lays it out — briefly, since we still have the postgame hangover too.

Daily news roundups / Featured

Tweets, That call, Quotes, Looking forward, more morning news

Tweets and quotes from Houston. That call. Post-game quotes. Match report roundup. More morning news.

Featured / Union / Union match reports

Match report: Dynamo 1-0 Union (3-1 agg)

After ten months, the Union ended their season where it began. In their wake they leave every reasonable expectation, and in the city they represent they will find nothing but love.

KYW Philly Soccer Show / Podcasts

KYW Philly Soccer Show: Dominic Kinnear

Houston Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear is the guest on the latest Philly Soccer Show podcast, hosted by KYW’s Greg Orlandini and PSP’s Eli Pearlman-Storch. In part two of the pod, PSP writer Adam Cann joins Greg and Eli to debate what formation the Union should use in Thursday night’s game.

Daily news roundups / Featured

“We know we can beat them,” more playoff news

Mondragon, Le Toux and Califf say Union can beat Houston, and so does Bluto. News from Houston. Colorado and Seattle are out. Congratulations to Brad Knighton. More news.