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C.J. Sapong is a key player for the Union entering the 2016 season. (Photo: Daniel Studio)
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Notes from Curtin’s presser, Street Soccer USA building two futsal courts in North Philly and Kensington, more

Notes from Jim Curtin’s weekly press conference and other Union news. Futsal courts coming to North Philly and Kensington. More.

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

Transcript and video: Jim Curtin’s weekly press conference

Curtin talks about Bedoya’s calming presence, provides injury updates on Sapong, Carroll, and Edu, expands on the challenges of trying to contain Giovinco, and more.

KYW Philly Soccer Show: Alejandro Bedoya
KYW Philly Soccer Show

KYW Philly Soccer Show: Alejandro Bedoya

Greg and Mike are joined by Alejandro Bedoya, who talks about adjusting to a new team and league, and how he landed in Philly. After that, the guys preview Saturday’s big game against Toronto.

Fans’ View: It’s working
Fans' View

Fans’ View: It’s working

Scott Pugh on how Saturday’s win over New England demonstrated how everything we hoped to see with the addition of Ernie Stewart is starting to happen.

Why did Bethlehem and Philadelphia loan a top player for nothing?
Commentary

Why did Bethlehem and Philadelphia loan a top player for nothing?

Bethlehem Steel’s playoff chances may have ended once they loaned former USL all-star center back Mickey Daly to the Carolina RailHawks, seemingly for nothing. So why were Bethlehem and parent club Philadelphia Union so charitable? Tim Jones has a theory.

Curtin hopeful Sapong available for Saturday, more news
Daily news roundups

Curtin hopeful Sapong available for Saturday, more news

WIll CJ Sapong be available for Tuesday’s game against Toronto? More news.

The Union just had one of their best weeks ever
A View from Afar

The Union just had one of their best weeks ever

They signed their highest paid player ever — and he looks to deserve it — and their first truly homegrown player, and they returned to form and showed they are a legitimate MLS Cup contender. PSP’s Dan Walsh lays it out.

Player of the Week: Fabinho
Player of the Week

Player of the Week: Fabinho

Peter Andrews has a mea culpa: maybe Fabinho doesn’t deserve to be fired into the sun after all. At the very least, he’s PSP’s Player of the Week.