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Analysis and Player Ratings: Union 0-1 Fire
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Analysis and Player Ratings: Union 0-1 Fire

The Union’s 1-0 loss was a failure at all levels. Changes must be made to shake the life back into Philadelphia’s 2015 season before things can get worse.

Player ratings & analysis: Union 0-2 FC Dallas
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Player ratings & analysis: Union 0-2 FC Dallas

Philly hung tough against a good Dallas side, but a red card and a blocked clearance gave the visitors all they needed to leave PPL Park with a comfortable win.

Analysis and Player Ratings: Union 3-3 RSL
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Analysis and Player Ratings: Union 3-3 RSL

Despite offering precious little threat in the attacking third, the Union came away with 3 goals at Rio Tinto. In the end, Allen Chapman stole the show, unfairly sending the Union back East with only a point to show for their efforts.

Analysis & Player Ratings: Union 0-0 Rapids
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Analysis & Player Ratings: Union 0-0 Rapids

A 4-4-2 formation helped the Union match Colorado’s chaotic and impotent first half, but a change in shape gave the Union the upper hand in the second forty-five.

Analysis and Player Ratings: Crew 2-1 Union
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Analysis and Player Ratings: Crew 2-1 Union

In an ironic, but not surprising way, the season ended in the same way that it started.

Analysis & Player Ratings: Union 2-1 Sporting KC
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Analysis & Player Ratings: Union 2-1 Sporting KC

With players, coaches and fans all turning their attention to 2015, closing out 2014 with a home win was a small but important victory for Jim Curtin and the Philadelphia Union.

Player ratings & analysis: Union 2-3 Columbus
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Player ratings & analysis: Union 2-3 Columbus

After giving away a two goal lead in two minutes, with the clock ticking down in the biggest game of the season, the Union proved all the doubters right.

Analysis & Player Ratings: Union 1-1 Fire
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Analysis & Player Ratings: Union 1-1 Fire

Despite Chicago being ripe for the picking, even without Le Toux and Casey, the Union failed to get numbers forward and put the kind of pressure on the Fire that would yield a desperately needed result.