Recent Posts

Pictured in the first row, from left: Danny McDonald, Tommy Rosenbaum, Pat Clark, Sean Heggan, Matt Brown, Ryan O'Neill, and Tyler Celline. Second row:  (left) Chris Sugden, Dan Trodden, Dan Knott, Nick Wolf, Jack Hilferty, Jake McMonagle, CJ Serratore. Last row: Coach Steve Friend, Coach Hugh Kelly, AJ Karl, Brendan Marshall, Steve Smith, Bobby McNichol, KJ Woodring, Pat Friend, and Coach Joe Krantz.
High School Soccer

Philadelphia Catholic League 2015 season preview

Josh Trott previews the 2015 Catholic League boys soccer season.

No playoffs talk and other notes from Curtin’s presser, more news
Daily news roundups

No playoffs talk and other notes from Curtin’s presser, more news

Notes from Jim Curtin’s weekly press conference. Chicago defeats NYRB, now one point behind Union. Copa America Centenario may not be staged in the US. More news.

Transcript and video: Jim Curtin’s weekly press conference
Press Conference

Transcript and video: Jim Curtin’s weekly press conference

Curtin talks about Andre Blake’s performance against Montreal, the importance of the Carroll-Lahoud partnership, gives an injury update, and says he won’t talk about a playoff chase until the team is above the red line.

KYW Philly Soccer Show: Andre Blake
KYW Philly Soccer Show

KYW Philly Soccer Show: Andre Blake

Andre Blake joins Greg and Eli after getting a shutout victory against Montreal in his first start of 2015. The guys then talk about this weekend’s opponent, New England Revolution.

Union bits, more news
Daily news roundups

Union bits, more news

Union bits and more news to start your day.

Mbolhi is finally gone
A View from Afar / Commentary

Mbolhi is finally gone

Finally, he’s gone. Now the roster repair work can really begin. PSP explains.

Rais Mbolhi's reaction after surrendering the game-tying goal against Chicago says it all. (Photo: Earl Gardner)
Daily news roundups

A few Mbolhi details, Union finances, new US Soccer rules for youth game, more

A few details on Mbolhi’s departure. A look at Sugarman’s finances. US soccer announces birth-year registration, small-sided field changes. More news.

Player ratings and analysis: Montreal Impact 0-1 Philadelphia Union
Player ratings

Player ratings and analysis: Montreal Impact 0-1 Philadelphia Union

Philadelphia Union conceded possession but not goals, and in doing so they broke a five match winless streak.