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Some Union players still have much to fight for
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Some Union players still have much to fight for

Hopes are low for the team finding success with what’s left of the season, but there are still several players with things left to prove by the end of the year.

The Union, the process, and the No. 10
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The Union, the process, and the No. 10

There has been ample time for Philadelphia Union to acquire help at the No. 10. Through two transfer windows, the Union found nobody. PSP’s Adam Cann lays out the problem in depth and takes the front office to task on it.

Doubting the process
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Doubting the process

The Union held a town hall meeting for season ticket-holders but refuse to let anyone else know what happened. PSP’s Adam Schorr thinks he knows why.

You should be happy the Union aren’t signing a No. 10 this summer
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You should be happy the Union aren’t signing a No. 10 this summer

Steve Whisler is relieved the Union passed on Nicolás Martinez.

On miracles and passion
Commentary / Featured

On miracles and passion

Another up and down season has this writer watching the game but not loving it. All it took was a moment of Brazilian brilliance to begin to unlock the love.

A great thing to do on the beach
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The best place for impromptu soccer

Fans’ View writer Rashaad Jorden has played pickup soccer all over the world, but there’s one spot he enjoys most.

A Machiavellian response to USL’s complaining owners
Commentary / USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

A Machiavellian response to USL’s complaining owners

If USL were to expel its player-development sides, NASL could succor them, solve its problems, and make two equal division two leagues in North America a permanent situation.

In defense of Roland Alberg
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In defense of Roland Alberg

The Union have a problem. After a very public confrontation on Wednesday night, Roland Alberg is the most disliked player on the team. With fans, media, and teammates all angered, Nick Fishman comes to Alberg’s defense.

On concussions
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On concussions

The rules for treating concussions properly and the rules governing a soccer game are incompatible, as Derrick Jones’s recent injury may help to illustrate. That incompatibility is, and continues to be, unacceptable.

Fixing the Gold Cup
Commentary / Gold Cup

Fixing the Gold Cup

The Gold Cup is the premier competition for CONCACAF supremacy. It does little to further the US Men’s National Team’s international agenda, however, and getting “results” in the competition have little impact results in subsequent World Cups.