Unable to find the back of the net, or even many minutes with the Union, Antoine Hoppenot took his loan opportunity with Harrisburg City Islanders to become a better, more confident player. His next step is to again prove himself in MLS in 2015.
Sébastien Le Toux became a star in Philly. Then he went away and his star faded. Then he came back, but his star was just flickering. In 2014, it burst back into life.
PSP reevaluates those early assumptions about the things we thought we knew about Philadelphia Union in early 2014 and how they played out over time.
What do we know about Jim Curtin as a manager? The truth is: It’s hard to tell.
PSP’s look back at the 2014 Union season moves on to a reevaluation of John Hackworth’s firing and considers the factors that led to it.
The McInerney-Wenger trade of 2014 was one of those rare beasts: a swap where both teams came out ahead.
Every team gives up late goals once in a while, but in 2014 the Union made it an art form. What needs to change?