Archive for August, 2012

Union vs Revolution by Daniel Gajdamowicz
Featured / Union

Preview: Union at Revolution

The Union can play without pressure against New England, but that means they have to show what type of game they are capable of. Can head coach John Hackworth finally get the team to play possession soccer?

PSP roundtable: On Hackworth being named permanent Team Manager
Featured / Local

PSP roundtable: On Hackworth being named permanent Team Manager

The PSP writers share their initial reactions to the news that John Hackworth has been named permanent team manager of the the Union.

Analysis & player ratings: Union 1-2 Crew
Featured / Local / Union

Analysis & player ratings: Union 1-2 Crew

Hackworth is now the Union’s full time manager, but his team is in disarray. Can the Union boss put together a side than can compete for the rest of 2012?

KYW Philly Soccer Show: Jay Heaps
KYW Philly Soccer Show / Podcasts

KYW Philly Soccer Show: Jay Heaps

New England Revolution coach Jay Heaps is the guest on the latest edition of the pod. KYW’s Greg Orlandini and PSP’s Eli Pearlman-Storch also look back on the loss to Columbus, which capped off a tough August for the Union.

Union v Crew
Daily news roundups / Featured

“Why now? Why not.” Reaction to Hackworth deal, Comcast, more news

Hackworth thankful but focused on New England game. Sakiewicz explains why he decided to remove interim tag now.Comcast to have beIN Sport available by Sept. 6. US defeat North Korea in extra time to advance to semis at Women’s U-20 World Cup. More news.

Footy on the Telly: August 31 – September 6
Featured

Footy on the Telly: August 31 – September 6

The weeks live soccer listings for your TV and computer.

Hackworth named Union manager
Featured / Union

Hackworth named Union manager

Union remove interim tag from Hackworth and make him permanent Team Manager. Sakiewicz says Hackworth deserves it and that “John has a plan.”

Union v Crew
Featured / Photo essays

In pictures: Union 1-2 Crew

PSP photographer Daniel Gajdamowicz’s look at Wednesday night’s loss to Columbus Crew