The Union have dismissed the last coach remaining from the team’s inaugural 2010 season. (Vartughian, pictured at left)
The axe has fallen. Now what? Some thoughts on where the Union can go from here, both in the managerial search and on the field.
Apathy has kicked in for one PSP fan writer, and it’s time to answer its call.
World Cup: Second Teams
PSP’s series on second World Cup teams you should support continues with Australia, who Chris Luczowiak says is the cool little brother you just might have had.
Daily news roundups
Sakiewicz on why Hackworth was fired and what Curtin brings. Casey, Nogueira, and Okugo are top performers. US and World Cup news. More.
PSP brings together a roundtable chat to talk about Philadelphia Union’s decision to fire manager John Hackworth.
Jim Curtin named as interim head coach after John Hackworth is “relieved of his duties as team manager.”
Were you at Saturday’s wild Union game? PSP’s Dan Walsh was in the stands at PPL Park, and he has some observations to share. (Hint: This is not analysis. Well, most of it isn’t.)