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THe Union have announced the signing of Algerian national team goalkeeper Rais M’Bolhi. Backup goalkeeper Brian Holt has been waived.Read more...
The Union have drafted two goalkeepers with top five picks in the last four SuperDrafts and now reportedly are poised to buy one. Earl Reed considers.Read more...
Sheanon Williams joins Greg and Eli to talk about Friday’s big game in Kansas City. After that, Greg and Eli talk about the possible Rais M’Bolhi signing.Read more...
An Ethan White own goal was all that separated the Crystal Palace and the Union, though Andre Blake’s heroics kept the scoreline from being far more lopsided.
Video and transcript of Jim Curtins’s postgame press conference and locker room interviews with Danny Cruz, Pedro Ribeiro, and Brian Browm. Also, postgame quote sheet.
If Valdes comes back to Philadelphia, how will the Union’s formation change? Kevin Kinkead explores some of the possibilities.
The Union have drafted two goalkeepers with top five picks in the last four SuperDrafts and now reportedly are poised to buy one. Earl Reed considers.
Union widely expected to announce Rais M’Bolhi signing. Pedro Ribeiro named to USL PRO Team of the Week. Temple/Reading United’s Robert Sagel a PDL standout. More.
The most deadly ebola virus outbreak in history is currently ravaging West Africa. Just before his Sierra Leone call-up for an African Cup of Nations qualifier, Michael Lahoud spoke to PSP about the struggle to educate people about the deadly virus and how Union fans can help out.
MacMath-M’Bolhi speculation, H-burg’s Bauque called up by Mozambique, Reading’s Bono named to All-Conference XI, more
Speculation about MacMath’s future amid reports of Union’s interest in M’Bolhi. Harrisburg’s Baque called up by Mozambique. Reading United GK Alex Bono named to Eastern Conference XI. More news.
After the Union fell 1-0 to Crystal Palace in Friday night’s friendly at PPL Park, we look at the individual performances that stood out, and those that fell short.