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Offseason Issues: Right back
Offseason Issues

Offseason Issues: Right back

The Union have a nice problem: too many good right backs. Who to choose?

Union notes: Curtin announcement on Friday, City Islanders partnership, homegrowns, and more
Union Notes

Union notes: Curtin announcement on Friday, City Islanders partnership, homegrowns, and more

Kevin Kinkead with info on Jim Curtin’s status, concerns about the Union’s partnership with Harrisburg, possible homegrown player cuts, and more.

Major Union announcement on Friday, important offseason dates, more
Daily news roundups

Major Union announcement on Friday, important offseason dates, more

Union to make major announcemnt on Friday, expected to be Curtin as head coach. MLS releases offseason calendar. More news.

Offseason Issues: Vincent Nogueira
Offseason Issues

Offseason Issues: Vincent Nogueira

Vincent Nogueira might be the best player in Union history. Can the Union keep him in the fold this winter?

Union Academy leads the news, local HS soccer state tournament results, students protest Blatter, more
Daily news roundups

Union Academy leads the news, local HS soccer state tournament results, students protest Blatter, more

Bloomberg calls Rich Graham “Unionā€™s second-largest stakeholder behind Jay Sugarman.” Local PIAA tournament results. Students protest Blatter lecture. More.

Offseason Issues: Edu and Okugo
Offseason Issues

Offseason Issues: Edu and Okugo

Unless Maurice Edu makes a permanent switch to the back line, Philadelphia has four starting caliber central midfielders and only three spots in the lineup to fill. What are the best and most likely options, and why can’t they be the same?

Newsie news bits for a slow Tuesday
Daily news roundups

Newsie news bits for a slow Tuesday

Union bits. MLS bits. USMNT bits. International bits. Bits.

Offseason issues: The manager
Offseason Issues

Offseason issues: The manager

PSP’s series on Philadelphia Union’s offseason issues kicks off with a look at what the Union can and should do about the Union’s manager position. PSP’s Dan Walsh examines the issue and argues for a managerial hire you may not expect.

PSP readers’ 2014 Union MVP: Vincent Nogueira
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PSP readers’ 2014 Union MVP: Vincent Nogueira

Vincent Nogueira beat out fellow Frenchman Sebastien Le Toux in a poll of PSP readers for their Union MVP.

Union bits, playoff results, Blazer wore a wire, more news
Daily news roundups

Union bits, playoff results, Blazer wore a wire, more news

Wenger working on fitness, Edu on analysis. New England and New York win, draws in the West. Report says disgraced FIFA/CONCACAF official Chuck Blazer wore a wire for FBI and IRS. More.