Featured

The Ball’s Gotta Move: Chapter Three
Featured

The Ball’s Gotta Move: Chapter Three

Josh Trott’s fictional Philadelphia soccer story continues.

USMNT fans have plenty to be thankful for, post-Klinsmann
A View from Afar / Featured

USMNT fans have plenty to be thankful for, post-Klinsmann

U.S. Soccer has made a conservative but pragmatic choice in turning to Bruce Arena as the new USMNT coach. This and a few more things to give thanks for.

Readers poll: Grading Earnie Stewart’s performance
Featured / Polls

Readers poll: Grading Earnie Stewart’s performance

Philadelphia Union sporting director Earnie Stewart made a definite impact on the club. Was it a good one? If so, how good? Grade him in this poll, and explain why in our Comments section.

Readers poll: Should Jim Curtin return as Union manager?
Featured / Polls

Readers poll: Should Jim Curtin return as Union manager?

In the first of our series of offseason reader polls, we ask PSP readers whether Jim Curtin should return as Union manager.

Match report: Philadelphia Union 2-2 Los Angeles Galaxy
Featured / Union

Match report: Philadelphia Union 2-2 Los Angeles Galaxy

Keegan Rosenberry scored his first MLS goal as the Union came from behind to rescue a point, drawing LA Galaxy 2-2.

Whatever happened to… Jeff Parke and Jeremiah White?
Featured

Whatever happened to… Jeff Parke and Jeremiah White?

Kevin Kinkead talks to Haverford School/FC Delco product Jeremiah White, and former Union defender/Downingtown native, and FC Delco product Jeff Parke.

PSP talks to Georgetown men’s soccer coach Brian Wiese
Featured

PSP talks to Georgetown men’s soccer coach Brian Wiese

Georgetown men’s soccer coach Brian Wiese talks to PSP about Union draft picks Joshua Yaro and Keegan Rosenberry. He says they are versatile, intelligent, and so respected by teammates that they finished above Hermann Trophy finalist Brandon Allen in team MVP voting. And also, a bit about that time Yaro shut down Sergio Aguero …

PSP talks to Jim Curtin: Wingers and width
Featured / Preseason

PSP talks to Jim Curtin: Wingers and width

Philly’s starting wingers were held scoreless until May 30 last season. The Union will look to change how they use wingers and width as they seek to do a better job disrupting defenses in 2016.