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Daily news roundups

News roundup: World Cup in full swing, Union prep for NYRB, and Zlatan has a new teammate

Here’s the last roundup of the week.

Union match reports

Match report: New York Red Bulls 0-0 Philadelphia Union

Despite a missed penalty from C.J. Sapong, the Union secured a tough road point against a streaking Red Bulls side on Saturday night.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union to play Kickers, Philly could host World Cup QF, and a new MLS team

It’s a loaded roundup to wrap up the week.

Press Conference / Union

The Union and Jim Curtin remain quiet on the Earnie Stewart rumors

The Union remain quiet on the Earnie rumors, but Jim Curtin offered at least a little something. Here’s that and some other tidbits from the coach’s weekly press conference.

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The MLS report: the best week*

It was almost the best week in MLS history. Instead, we got confirmation of the undisputed best team in league history. We take a look at Toronto’s success and the Red Bulls failure.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: previewing Orlando, rumor mongering, and World Cup expansion

Here’s the last roundup of the week.

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Player ratings

Stock rising, stock falling: New York Red Bulls 1 (5)-1 (3) Philadelphia Union

PSP takes a look at who is rising and who is falling after a wild affair in Harrison, N.J.

Tactical Analysis

Tactical analysis: Union 0-2 New York Red Bulls

The Union were never on the front foot, but still had two big chances to take points against a New York team that was disjointed in attack.

Match previews

Match preview: Philadelphia Union vs. New York Red Bulls

The Union are looking to take another three points from the Red Bulls. After Sapong’s hat trick helped secure a 3-0 win in the last meeting, PSP gets you primed for what to expect on Sunday. Nick Fishman with the match preview.

Commentary / Union

Where the Union stand

We are three weeks into the MLS season. What fate lays in store for the Philadelphia Union?