Post Tagged with: "Philadelphia Union v New York Red Bulls"

Match previews

Preview: Union at New York Energy Drinks

The trouble with winning? Every team wants to knock you off. That will be doubly so for the New York Red Bulls, who are looking to put the Union on the other end of their first victory in 2013.

KYW Philly Soccer Show / Podcasts

KYW Philly Soccer Show: Mike Petke

Red Bulls head coach Mike Petke joins the pod ahead of Saturday’s big match. Also discussed: Adu’s departure, Kleberson’s arrival, and the USMNT’s qualifiers against Costa Rica and Mexico.

Daily news roundups

Statement game, Hack on Kleberson, more news

Michael Lahoud calls Saturday’s game against New York “a statement game.” John Hackworth on plans for Kleberson. Is McInerney America’s Chicharito? More news.

Fans' View

Fans’ View: Three-Bloody-Nil

Sure, the season ended on a low note (that was a quarter-step flat to boot), but would it have made sense any other way?

Featured / Photo essays

In pictures: Union 0-3 Red Bulls

PSP photographer Michael Long’s look at the season ending loss against New York Red Bulls.

Featured / Player ratings / Union

Analysis & Player Ratings: Union 0-3 Red Bulls

Will Hackworth be able to progress forward from what has become a predictable and conservative tactical approach?

Featured / MLS / Union / Union match reports

Match Report: Philadelphia Union 0-3 New York Red Bulls

With a 3-0 loss to the visiting Red Bulls, the Union finished 2012 in the same manner with which they began with three straight losses.

Featured / Union

Preview: Union vs Red Bulls

It’s time to reward the fans for sticking with their team through a season with far more downs than ups. Can the Union do it?

Featured / Quick Reference

Union vs Red Bulls quick reference

The Union are 2-4-0 against New York all time. We’ve got all of the match stats, highlights from our match reports and analysis, video highlights, and more.

Featured / Player ratings / Union

Analysis & player ratings: Union 0-2 Red Bulls

A lack of attacking chemistry and the bulldozer that is Kenny Cooper combined to end the Union’s winning streak at three.