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Fans' View

Fans’ View: Can’t give them away

Scott Pugh has a simple request for the Union: Just do something to entertain me. Please. Updated with Ticket Exchange Program information.

Notes from Curtin’s presser, Mbolhi speaks, no Pfeffer on US U-20 WC roster, Reading advances to USOC 2nd round
Daily news roundups

Notes from Curtin’s presser, Mbolhi speaks, no Pfeffer on US U-20 WC roster, Reading advances to USOC 2nd round

Lots of news. Lots of it.

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

Transcript and video: Jim Curtin’s weekly press conference

Curtin says Rais Mbolhi was not asked by the Union to return to the club, says the club is working to extend Bruian Syvestre’s loan, discusses Fernando Aristeguieta’s call-up by Venezuela, and more.

The wrath of the soccer gods
A View from Afar

The wrath of the soccer gods

The soccer gods are not pleased with Philadelphia Union and have gleefully unleashed their wrath. PSP’s Dan Walsh regretfully explains.

Building a lineup when shallow on shekels: A primer
Guest Column

Building a lineup when shallow on shekels: A primer

Guest columnist Michael Hikari Cecire has some thoughts on how to maximize the Union’s minimal budget.

Fernando with Venezuela, Sak backs Curtin, Reading in USOC play tonight, more news
Daily news roundups

Fernando with Venezuela, Sak backs Curtin, Reading in USOC play tonight, more news

Aristeguieta makes Venezuela’s preliminary roster for Copa America 2015, will miss DC game. Sakiewicz backs Curtin. Reading in first round US Open Cup play tonight. More.

What else could go wrong?
Commentary

What else could go wrong?

What else could go wrong? Well… a lot of stuff. Peter Andrews takes a look in the crystal ball to see what further horrors await the Union this season.

Player of the Week: Brian Sylvestre
Player of the Week

Player of the Week: Brian Sylvestre

The lead up to his Union debut may not have been what he wanted, but in his performance in Saturday’s loss in Vancouver, Brian Sylvestre was one of few bright spots.