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The Week in Tweets
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The Week in Tweets

Reaction to the draw in DC, Amobi talks African soccer, and comments about the Zusi goal. It’s all in The Week in Tweets.

Preview: Union at Montreal Impact
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Preview: Union at Montreal Impact

The Union can expect to find a desperate team in Montreal, but desperation doesn’t always make things better.

To punch or counterpunch?
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To punch or counterpunch?

The Union went into Saturday’s road game the same way they have gone into every road game this year, and they got the same kind of result. Meanwhile, their playoff competitors got road wins. For the Union to make the playoffs, draws probably won’t be enough in their final two games. PSP lays it out.

Analysis & Player Ratings: Union 1-1 DC United
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Analysis & Player Ratings: Union 1-1 DC United

While their closest opponents both scored precious road victories, the Union failed to bring the required intensity and attacking numbers in DC and were only able to salvage a draw.

Postgame quotes: DC United 1-1 Philadelphia Union
Postgame

Postgame quotes: DC United 1-1 Philadelphia Union

John Hackworth, Jack McInerney, Antoine Hoppenot, and Brian Carroll on the 1-1 draw in DC.

Match Report: Philadelphia Union 1-1 DC United
Match reports

Match Report: Philadelphia Union 1-1 DC United

Jack McInerny ended his goal drought to rescue a point for the Union with a 90th minute header.

The Week in Tweets
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The Week in Tweets

Toronto recap, Antoine makes bold candy claims, Wheeler talks haircuts, and more. It’s all in The Week in Tweets.

Preview: Union at DC United
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Preview: Union at DC United

Can Michael Farfan string together a pair of strong performances? Can John Hackworth make a back four out of three players? These answers and more… will not be answered until Saturday.