Articles written by: Scott Ellis

Scott Ellis is a mobile payments guy by day, dad, men's league soccer player, youth soccer and baseball coach, and 6-year season ticket holder. He believes in craft beer, bbq sauce, the beautiful game, sports movie montages, and that Jimmy Chitwood can take anyone one-on-one. Follow him on Twitter at @ScotteDoop_COYB.

Fans’ View: Channeling my inner Hinkie
Fans' View

Fans’ View: Channeling my inner Hinkie

With the heightened expectations at midseason now tempered, what comes next for fans?

Fans’ View: Open letter to Tranquillo Barnetta
Fans' View

Fans’ View: Open letter to Tranquillo Barnetta

Scott Ellis wants Quillo to stay. Here is his plea to the Union midfielder.

Fans’ View: Reality check
Fans' View

Fans’ View: Reality check

Scott Ellis looks at what what has gone right for the Union, and what has not, as the playoff race heats up.

Fan’s View: Next man up
Fans' View

Fan’s View: Next man up

The departure of fan favorites can be hard. But, as Scott Ellis explains, such departures are also opportunities for other players to step up.

Fans’ View: BC!
Fans' View

Fans’ View: BC!

Scott Ellis has been a fan of Brian Carroll for sometime.

Fans’ View: Yes, we can have nice things
Fans' View

Fans’ View: Yes, we can have nice things

Following last weekend’s disappointing draw against San Jose, Scott Ellis suggests it might be a good idea to simply sit back and enjoy the ride.

Fans’ View: The Fans’ View experience
Fans' View

Fans’ View: The Fans’ View experience

Scott Ellis on being a Fans’ View contributor.

Fans’ View:  Keeping Curtin
Fans' View

Fans’ View: Keeping Curtin

Scott Ellis on why Curtin should remain the Union’s head coach.

Fans’ View:  U-turning toward ambition?
Fans' View

Fans’ View: U-turning toward ambition?

One Philadelphia Union fan finds reason to be optimistic about the club. He believes that they are in fact ambitious enough. Here’s why.

Fan’s View: They’re so Union
Fans' View

Fan’s View: They’re so Union

Last year, it was “WSSM.” This year, it’s “that’s so Union.” One Union fan lays out the players who best represent the “so Union” remark, for better and most certainly for worse.