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Toni Stahl saves a would-be goal against Manchester United. (Photo: Paul Rudderow)
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Season review: Toni Stahl

Toni Stahl will go down in history as a starter for the Union’s first opening day game ever. He’ll also be remembered as the guy who got red-carded from that game and then never played again the whole season. Will he add some good things to the record next year? PSP takes a look.

A great Kasey Keller save denied Arrieta's powerful header off a corner kick. (Photo: Daniel Gajdamowicz)
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Season review: Cristian Arrieta

Philadelphia Union defender Cristian Arrieta showed his technical expertise and versatility this year, but he also got beaten on too many goals. Union Manager Peter Nowak has proved to be very unforgiving with defenders, and Arrieta may not be back next year. PSP reviews Arrieta’s season.

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Season review: Chris Seitz

Seitz talks to PSP about what he needs to do in order to rebound and retake the starting job next year. In our latest season review, PSP looks at Seitz’s season, a year in which the curse of the goalkeeper was never so clear: You only get a few chances each match to prove your worth. Seitz earned his share of heat, but there was plenty go around.

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Season review: Stefani Miglioranzi

Even though the veteran had a solid season in the central midfield, Migs could find himself unprotected in the expansion draft again next season as the Union’s youngsters look to increase their playing time.

Season review: Sheanon Williams
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Season review: Sheanon Williams

The Union gave Sheanon Williams a chance to prove his worth in MLS. He has repaid their confidence and looks poised to make the right back job all his own.

Fred dribbles through defenders. (Photo: Daniel Gajdamowicz)
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Season review: Fred

PSP’s next season review focuses on Fred, the Brazilian center attacking midfielder who spent much of this season on the wing for Philadelphia Union because of the team’s lack of wingers. Will Fred be back next year? PSP considers.

J.T. Noone splits two defenders against Celtic. (Photo: Paul Rudderow)
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Season review: J.T. Noone

PSP is running in-depth season reviews for each Philadelphia Union player every weekday for the next five weeks. Each day, a different player will get the spotlight. Local product J.T. Noone is first up.

Union mid-season report card
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Union mid-season report card

With 15 of 30 games in hand, Philadelphia Union has played half a season. That means it’s time to hand out mid-season grades. We have one for every player and the front office, so hop in to check out the better-late-than-never report card.

Le Toux treble gives Union 3-2 victory
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Le Toux treble gives Union 3-2 victory

It was a landmark day for soccer in Philadelphia. A first home game, a first win and a first hat trick of goals for the Union.