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Whatever happened to… Jeff Parke and Jeremiah White?
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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
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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
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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.

The Fury simmers: History of Philadelphia Fury, Part Two
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The Fury simmers: History of Philadelphia Fury, Part Two

Steve Holroyd’s look at the history of the Philadelphia Fury continues.

Eric Ayuk and the tale of Rainbow FC
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Eric Ayuk and the tale of Rainbow FC

Is Eric Ayuk’s former club exploiting a loophole in FIFA’s ban on third party ownership with Ayuk and other MLS players? PSP’s Dan Walsh lays out the story of a fascinating business operating on soccer’s frontier.

John McCarthy: He’s one of us
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John McCarthy: He’s one of us

Sean Doyle on new Union starting goalkeeper John McCarthy.

Season Reviews: The sillier moments of the year
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Season Reviews: The sillier moments of the year

Chaco’s kids, Mo’s kicks, and a horde of goalkeepers: Peter Andrews on some of 2014’s sillier situations.

Philadelphia Union v Sporting KC by Daniel Gajdamowicz
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Season Review: Antoine Hoppenot’s ups and downs in 2014

Unable to find the back of the net, or even many minutes with the Union, Antoine Hoppenot took his loan opportunity with Harrisburg City Islanders to become a better, more confident player. His next step is to again prove himself in MLS in 2015.