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News roundup: Let them play out of the back
Daily news roundups

News roundup: Let them play out of the back

Possible shakeups for the Union, and some information at the local and youth levels

On leadership and Philadelphia Union
A View from Afar

On leadership and Philadelphia Union

The American soccer world sometimes mystifies (and falsifies) what leadership is. PSP’s Dan Walsh looks at the issue through the lens of Philadelphia Union.

Should Bethlehem play in the second or third division?
Commentary / USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

Should Bethlehem play in the second or third division?

PSP explores the question of which division Bethlehem should play in once USL splits into two divisions.

Fans’ View: If only …
Fans' View

Fans’ View: If only …

“If only” could summarize one fan’s feelings about the Union’s season thus far.

Updated MLS, USL, and NWSL SEBA projections through April 16
SEBA Projections

Updated MLS, USL, and NWSL SEBA projections through April 16

Updated MLS, USL, and NWSL SEBA projections through April 16

News roundup: Union U-17s continue receiving praise, controversy in Champions League, more
Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union U-17s continue receiving praise, controversy in Champions League, more

Union U-17s get recognized for Generation adidas Cup performance, Real Madrid and Bayern suffer the fate of poor refereeing, and the rest of the day’s news.

Post-match analysis: Union 0-2 NYC FC
Tactical Analysis

Post-match analysis: Union 0-2 NYC FC

Philadelphia Union made changes in midfield, but still looked reactive and impotent in their second straight home loss.

What else could go wrong? Part 2
Commentary / Featured

What else could go wrong? Part 2

Things are bad. Could they possibly get worse? Peter Andrews calls up his crystal ball guy to get the answers.

Players of the week: Union U17s
Player of the Week / Union Academy

Players of the week: Union U17s

The Union lost in Chester. The Steel lost in Harrisburg. In Frisco, a group of teenagers brought joy to the field, finishing fourth in the Generation Adidas Cup. The Philadelphia Union U17s are PSP’s players of the week.

News roundup: Money talks, Najem debut, no thanks Terry, pro Pugh, more
Daily news roundups

News roundup: Money talks, Najem debut, no thanks Terry, pro Pugh, more

The Union can’t afford to be bad, Najem makes a dream come true, and wunderkind Mallory Pugh is turning pro.