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Philadelphia Union v Sporting KC by Daniel Gajdamowicz
Analysis / Union

It’s over. Now what? (2013 edition)

The off-season has begun for Philadelphia Union. PSP’s Dan Walsh looks at the major issues facing the Union this off-season, assesses the team’s needs, and evaluates which players will likely stay or depart.

Philadelphia Union v Sporting KC by Daniel Gajdamowicz
Analysis / Union

A coda: Union, 2013

Somehow, that seemed how it was supposed to end for Philadelphia Union. But that game sure was exciting. PSP’s Dan Walsh offers a coda for the Union’s 2013 season.

Ike Opara and Conor Casey will go at it again this year. (Photo: Daniel Gajdamowicz)
Player ratings

Player ratings & analysis: Union 1-2 SKC

John Hackworth’s decision to bench Jack McInerney and play a new formation in the season finale failed to produce the desired result in the Union’s season-ending loss. PSP has analysis and player ratings.

Postgame video and quotes: Union 1-2 Sporting KC
Postgame

Postgame video and quotes: Union 1-2 Sporting KC

Video of John Hackworth’s postgame press conference and locker room interviews with Amobi Okugo, Jack McInerney, and Brian Carroll. Also, postgame quote sheet.

Philadelphia Union v Sporting KC by Daniel Gajdamowicz
Match reports

Match report: Philadelphia Union 1-2 Sporting Kansas City

Jack McInerney pulled one back at the end of regular time, but it was not enough as Sporting Kansas City found the winner in stoppage time and ended the Union’s season.

The Week in Tweets
Union / Week in Tweets

The Week in Tweets

Montreal reaction, bowling with @MikeLahoud, crunch berries, and Gatsby. It’s all in The Week in Tweets.

Preview: Union vs Sporting Kansas City
Match previews

Preview: Union vs Sporting Kansas City

The Union have done just enough this year to make fans think they are capable of something special. Can they do it in Saturday’s must-win game at PPL Park?

They are who we thought they were
Union

They are who we thought they were

The Union have fallen out of the playoff picture because they failed to beat the four teams they needed to beat. Yet somehow, they still have a playoff shot. PSP’s Dan Walsh breaks it down.