Post Tagged with: "San Jose Earthquakes"

A View from Afar / Commentary

Conor Casey rages against the dying of the light

The tide of age stops for no one. But Conor Casey will not go gentle into that good night. PSP’s Dan Walsh offers this appreciation.

Match previews

Preview: Union at San Jose Earthquakes

San Jose went undefeated in August despite not playing particularly well. They will be missing a slew of key players Saturday, including important holding midfielder Anibal Godoy.

Photo essays

In Pictures: Union 4-2 Earthquakes

Daniel Gajdamowicz shares his look at SUnday’s win over San Jose.

Philadelphia Soccer History

The day Philadelphia used the No. 1 overall pick to select a goalkeeper

Andre Blake is the first goalkeeper in MLS history to be drafted with the No. 1 overall pick. The last goalkeeper to be selected No. 1 overall was Bob Rigby.

Photo essays

In Photos: Earthquakes 1-0 Union

PSP photographer Paul Rudderow traveled to San Jose on Sunday night as the Philadelphia Union dropped a winnable game to the Earthquakes in a 1-0 loss.

Player ratings

Analysis & Player Ratings: Union 0-1 Earthquakes

San Jose crushed the Union on the flanks for the first half hour and then hung on for the win.

Union match reports

Match Report: Philadelphia Union 0-1 San Jose Earthquakes

San Jose were the better team, but Rafael Baca’s red card gave the Union the chance they needed to steal a road point. In the end they were unable to beat Jon Busch, falling 1-0.

Philadelphia Soccer History

So what happened next? A Philadelphia Atoms denouement

Our series commemorating the Philadelphia Atoms’ historic 1973 NASL title concludes with a look at what happened to the team after the championship and the team’s impact on American soccer.

Analysis / MLS / Union

Philadelphia Union and life as a small market team

Despite the big city, Philadelphia Union operate as a small market team. Here’s where they fall into the grand scheme of things in MLS, along with evaluations of every other MLS club as well and how this status affects everything the team does. After readers’ requests for this post, here you go.

Featured / MLS / Union

It’s time to start Danny Mwanga again

It’s an all too common sight: An opposing defender outrunning Philadelphia Union striker Lionard Pajoy (pictured). PSP makes the case for Danny Mwanga’s return to the starting lineup in place of Pajoy.