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Union / Union match reports

Match report: Atlanta United 1-1 Philadelphia Union

Brenden Aaronson scored a goal in his Union debut, but Ezequiel Barco’s response ensured that Philadelphia left Atlanta with just one point.

For Pete's Sake

The gulf

Should Union fans be proud of their team after two straight losses to start the season? Peter Andrews on what Jim Curtin’s postgame comments reveal about the club and its supporters.

Analysis

Postgame analysis: Union 0-2 Sporting KC

A missed penalty, a straight red, and an own goal; Sunday’s matchup looked like the Union was playing against itself, and losing. Like any of the recent seasons with the Union, there is a lot to be skeptical about and some things to be hopeful about. 

Player ratings

Player ratings: Sporting Kansas City 2-0 Philadelphia Union

PSP hands out grades after a frustrating, unlucky performance on the road.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union lose, Steel win, and USWNT asks for their fair share (again)

Plus: Diego Chara finds a new way to earn a card, Pulisic is doing fine, and a “shocking” development around the Qatar World Cup.

Analysis / For Pete's Sake

Postgame analysis: Union 1-3 Toronto FC

Lineup choices, the end of the right-side tilt, the 3-5-2, and the foibles of Haris Medunjanin. PSP’s Peter Andrews breaks down the good and the bad from a disappointing loss in the season opener.

Player ratings / Union

Player ratings: Philadelphia Union 1 – 3 Toronto FC

With a scoreline like that, there were obviously significant problems. But it wasn’t all bad news as far as individual performances go.

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A View from Afar / Season Previews

The Negadelphian’s Guide to the Union in 2019

Have the Union traded one European GM’s tactical dogmatism for another’s? Can their fullbacks pull off a 4-4-2 diamond? Where do Picault, Accam and Ilsinho fit in? And what’s with the guys from Germanic lower divisions? PSP’s Dan Walsh poses eight key questions, plus a theory about how the Union ripped off Chicago in the Sapong trade.

Season Previews / Union

Is the Union’s back line as young as we think?

They’re short on years, but with the experience under their belts they can be held to a higher standard.

For Pete's Sake / Season Previews

Grading Ernst Tanner’s offseason moves

Ernst Tanner’s first offseason in Philadelphia is complete. PSP’s Peter Andrews issues a report card for the German’s major transactions.