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Alejandro Bedoya, for club and country
Commentary

Alejandro Bedoya, for club and country

After Alejandro Bedoya’s 75-minute appearance for the United States in their demolition of Honduras on Friday night, Peter Andrews discusses the differences in his game when with the national team and with the Union. Plus, Pulisic!

Where the Union stand
Commentary / Union

Where the Union stand

We are three weeks into the MLS season. What fate lays in store for the Philadelphia Union?

What Atlanta United’s early success means for the Union
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What Atlanta United’s early success means for the Union

Atlanta United’s big start poses a stark comparison for Philadelphia Union. PSP’s Rob Elder breaks it out.

Bad luck, or something more?
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Bad luck, or something more?

Was the Union’s draw on Saturday a case of pure bad luck? Or is something deeper at work in Chester? Peter Andrews takes a look at where the Union stand after two matches.

Fabinho is casual returning to the defensive line, but Jones covered the passing lane into the channel.
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Against odds, a good start for the Union

Everything pointed to a loss until, suddenly, it didn’t. Peter Andrews provides his perspective from Vancouver on the Union’s season-opening draw.

On openers: Memory and possibility
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On openers: Memory and possibility

With the Union’s season opener looming on Sunday, Peter Andrews ponders his relationship with season openers.

Loving Jim: Apologizing for Curtin in 2017
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Loving Jim: Apologizing for Curtin in 2017

Jim Curtin has a lot to prove in 2017. How Union fans measure that improvement is up for debate.

The Medunjanin manifesto
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The Medunjanin manifesto

It was just one game, but Union fans can now dream about what Haris Medunjanin will mean to the team. PSP’s Peter Andrews spotlights what the Bosnian showed in Saturday’s preseason match.

No Yaro, no problem?
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No Yaro, no problem?

Josh Yaro’s injury opens the way for someone else to claim a starting center back spot for Philadelphia Union next to Richie Marquez. Who will step up? PSP’s Peter Andrews looks at the candidates.

The Union are a veteran team built to win now
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The Union are a veteran team built to win now

PSP’s Dan Walsh looks at how Earnie Stewart quickly turned a young team with a smattering of veterans into a veteran team with a smattering of youth.