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A View from Afar

What the latest Valdes transfer rumors reveal

Dan Walsh looks at the latest transfer rumors around Carlos Valdes and considers what they say about the Union roster under new manager Jim Curtin.

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Daily news roundups

Report says Meulensteen to be named “a consultant,” FIFA clears Qatar and Russia, more

Report says Rene Meulensteen will be named “a consultant ‘to assist with the sporting director structure’ of the Union. FIFA clears Qatar and Russia of corruption allegations in WC bids. More.


Assessing the Curtin hire

Great move? Or unambitious and cheap? PSP’s Dan Walsh assesses Philadelphia Union’s decision to hire Jim Curtin as manager.


“Winter is coming”: Philadelphia Union faced with a long list of offseason issues

Kevin Kinkead reviews a laundry list of issues facing the Union in the offseason.

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Is Jim Curtin the right man for the Union job?

As the Union’s search for a permanent head coach continues, is the team’s performance under interim manager Jim Curtin making the decision for the Front Office? Earl Reed explores.

Breaking News

New Nowak lawsuit claims MLS ordered his firing

Former Philadelphia Union manager Peter Nowak claims that MLS ordered the Union to fire him. UPDATED with response from MLS league office.

US World Cup History

The US and the 2010 World Cup

Our series on the US at the World Cup continues with a look at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

Reading United AC

Brendan Burke’s legacy at Reading United

Sean Doyle talks to Brendan Burke about his legacy at Reading, where he coached for six years before leaving for expanded duties with the Union, where he’s been an assistant coach since 2011. UPDATE: Union announces Burke will not return to the club for 2014 season

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Season Reviews / Union

Hackworth after one year: An assessment

John Hackworth replaced Peter Nowak as head coach of the Union one year ago. PSP takes a big picture look at the job he has done since then.

US Open Cup

USOC: The rivalry maker

What is it about US Open Cup matches that spark such intense rivalries? Adam Cann explores.