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Daily news roundup

The Philadelphia Union will play the New York Red Bulls in their first MLS Play-in match for the US Open Cup. The match will take place on a still to be determined date in April. The Union will have to win three consecutive matches to reach the round of 16. […]

Daily news roundups

Temple product joins Union, other news of the day

Temple University’s J.T. Noone heads to spring training with Philadelphia Union, according to the university. (It’s buried in a story on the Philadelphia Kixx.) Yanks Abroad has a feature on Philadelphia Union’s Amobi Okugo. Could you see Charlies Davies in the World Cup? ESPN’s Ives Galarcep says it’s possible in […]

No rules on soccer-specific stadiums
MLS / Union

No rules on soccer-specific stadiums

When it comes to Major League Soccer stadiums, the rules have changed. No longer must you bring a soccer-specific stadium to the party to get a team. You don’t need grass. You needn’t even control multipurpose revenues from non-soccer events, which was once a precursor to gaining an expansion team […]

MLS / Union

Expansion draft targets for the Union

A former 18-goal scorer, a U.S. national team starter and the MLS Cup’s game winner are among the unprotected players available to Philadelphia Union in Wednesday’s expansion draft. ┬áHere’s a list of the most notable, followed by my predicted picks. Chivas USA: striker Eduardo Lillingston, who led Chivas with eight […]