Articles written by: Sean Doyle

Sean writes about Reading United AC, and he apparently did it well enough that, after joining PSP, Reading asked him to take over as the club’s communications coordinator. He remains a PSP contributor and does his best to maintain objectivity and keep the roles separate. Follow him on Twitter @CoachSeanDoyle.

The return of Brendan Burke
Commentary

The return of Brendan Burke

Why is the naming of Brendan Burke as head coach of Bethlehem Steel such a positive for the Philadelphia Union organization? Sean Doyle explains.

Quincy Thomas works to dispossess Antoine Hoppenot. (Photo Credit: Dave Musante/Penn Images)
Reading United: Previews

Preview: Reading United vs. Philadelphia Union

Sean Doyle previews Tuesday night’s match between Reading United and the Union, the sixth in the annual friendlies between the clubs.

John McCarthy: He’s one of us
Featured

John McCarthy: He’s one of us

Sean Doyle on new Union starting goalkeeper John McCarthy.

Andrew Wenger: What he’s done and what he’ll bring
Union

Andrew Wenger: What he’s done and what he’ll bring

PSP contributor Sean Doyle has followed Andrew Wenger since he played two years for Reading United. Here, Doyle weighs in on Wenger’s young career and what he’ll bring to the Union.

Former Union assistant coach Brendan Burke. (Photo: Earl Gardner)
Reading United AC

Brendan Burke’s legacy at Reading United

Sean Doyle talks to Brendan Burke about his legacy at Reading, where he coached for six years before leaving for expanded duties with the Union, where he’s been an assistant coach since 2011. UPDATE: Union announces Burke will not return to the club for 2014 season

SuperDraft preview: The top prospects
MLS

SuperDraft preview: The top prospects

PSP’s Sean Doyle looks at some of the top prospects in Thursday’s SuperDraft and why they might fit with the Union.

SuperDraft Preview: The Reading United standouts
Reading United AC

SuperDraft Preview: The Reading United standouts

Seven former Reading United players were invited to the Combine. Sean Doyle looks at how each of these players could fit in with the Union.

Season review: Ray Gaddis
Season Reviews

Season review: Ray Gaddis

The natural right back improved over the course of the season at left back, a position the Union hope to upgrade in the offseason. But with John Hackworth not expecting him to start regularly at left back next year, could Gaddis be traded?