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Player ratings & analysis: Union 2-3 Vancouver Whitecaps
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Player ratings & analysis: Union 2-3 Vancouver Whitecaps

The Union midfield is in transition. PSP’s Adam Cann breaks down that transition after the Union’s 3-2 loss to Vancouver, why the Union are now surrendering so many goals, and why the attack is so exciting to watch.

Postgame: Union 2-3 Whitecaps
Postgame

Postgame: Union 2-3 Whitecaps

Transcript and video of Jim Curtin’s postgame press conference. Postgame remarks from Keegan Rosenberry, Josh Yaro, and Andre Blake. More.

Match report: Philadelphia Union 2-3 Vancouver Whitecaps
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Match report: Philadelphia Union 2-3 Vancouver Whitecaps

Philadelphia Union scored first then gave up three straight goals to Vancouver Whitecaps, who left Chester with a 3-2 road victory. It was the Union’s first home loss of 2016.

Preview: Union vs Vancouver Whitecaps
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Preview: Union vs Vancouver Whitecaps

Vancouver can counter effectively but struggle with decision-making in the final third. The Union need to control the tempo of the match from the outset.

Player ratings & analysis: Union 4-3 Chicago Fire
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Player ratings & analysis: Union 4-3 Chicago Fire

Make no mistake: Alberg was the story. His finishing, movement, “dirty running,” and awareness were sublime. But there was a lot more to like about the Union performance than just their hat trick hero.

Postgame video and quotes: Union 4-3 Chicago
Postgame

Postgame video and quotes: Union 4-3 Chicago

Mike and Matthew’s postgame wrap. Video and transcript of Jim Curtin’s postgame press conference. Postgame comments from Roland Alberg, Tranquillo Barnetta, Keegan Rosenberry, and Chris Pontius. More.

Match report: Philadelphia Union 4-3 Chicago Fire
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Match report: Philadelphia Union 4-3 Chicago Fire

Roland Alberg scored the Union’s second ever hat trick as Philadelphia defeated Chicago 4-3.

Preview: Union vs Chicago Fire
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Preview: Union vs Chicago Fire

The Fire should have earned a point against a good Colorado side, but their absentee offense is holding them back. Can the Union rebound after a dull showing against New York City?