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Fans’ View: Looking back
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Fans’ View: Looking back

It’s been a tough season but not one without some great moments. For one Union supporter, these include starting the season in the River End.

A reprise; as there has been no reprieve
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A reprise; as there has been no reprieve

The year started, and appears to be ending, in abject failure for the Union but that does not equal (or allow) failure by us fans.

The Sheanomenon. (Photo: Earl Gardner)
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Fans’ View: Thanks for the thrills

What do you do when you have a nightmare that your favorite Union player is leaving the club?

Fans’ view: The traveling circus
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Fans’ view: The traveling circus

One fan talks about the joys of traveling into someone else’s house and giving them hell. He may not make the best house guest, but it’s a recipe for great soccer fandom.

Fans’ View: Relegation realities — It looks so easy on TV
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Fans’ View: Relegation realities — It looks so easy on TV

Relegation looks a whole lot different when you realize it could happen to you.

Fans’ View: Anger, enlightenment and a blood feud
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Fans’ View: Anger, enlightenment and a blood feud

Forget the Red Bulls. Montreal and DC are the rivalries upon which traditions are built.

Fans’ View: The Hackworth magic, fact or fiction?
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Fans’ View: The Hackworth magic, fact or fiction?

The Union have been slipping following their first bounce under John Hackworth. James Scharnitz wonders what happened to the summer hot streak.

Fans’ View: An American in Montreal, finally
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Fans’ View: An American in Montreal, finally

After a rough two-game stretch, Union fan Chris Gibbons looks back on happier times: His trip to Montreal to see the Union play. Forget soccer. Let there be glorious Montreal.

Fans’ View: As the U turns
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Fans’ View: As the U turns

You grow up watching soup operas and you learn certain rules. Seth Finck explores how such rules might apply to being a Union fan.

Fans’ view: The crest on the front or name on the back?
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Fans’ view: The crest on the front or name on the back?

Sebastian Le Toux is a Red Bull. We’ve had some time for that nightmare of a thought sink in and had the opportunity to witness the horror for ourselves. With hundreds of Union Le Toux shirts still floating around our park, where does this turn of events put you in the name on the front/name on the back of the shirt debate?