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Haris Medunjanin suspended two additional matches
Press Conference / Union

Haris Medunjanin suspended two additional matches

Jim Curtin announced at his weekly press conference that the Bosnian midfielder would miss the team’s next two matches as a result of a referee altercation in Atlanta.

MLS, USL, and NWSL projections through June 17
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MLS, USL, and NWSL projections through June 17

The Union are in a precarious position, fighting with Toronto and D.C. for the last playoff slot in the East. Bethlehem continues to progress in a strong playoff position.

U.S.O.C. In Pictures: Union 2-1 Red Bulls
Photo essays

U.S.O.C. In Pictures: Union 2-1 Red Bulls

PSP photographer Paul Rudderow was on hand Saturday night, as Philadelphia Union advanced in the US Open Cup by defeating New York Red Bulls 2-1.

News Roundup: US Open Cup and World Cup action
Daily news roundups

News Roundup: US Open Cup and World Cup action

One game, two cups.

Cory Burke has a run at goal but gets dragged down by Richmond's keeper.
Union match reports

Match report: Philadelphia Union 2-1 New York Red Bulls

Goals from Haris Medunjanin and Cory Burke powered the Union into the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open Cup, defeating rivals New York Red Bulls 2-1.

Sheanon Williams celebrates an improbable goal against Chicago. (Photo: Paul Rudderow)
Daily news roundups

News roundup: World Cup in full swing, Union prep for NYRB, and Zlatan has a new teammate

Here’s the last roundup of the week.

News roundup: World Cup today, MLS results
Daily news roundups

News roundup: World Cup today, MLS results

All the soccer news that’s fit to print: World Cup schedules, results from Bethlehem Steel and NPSL matches, and more, courtesy of John Osborn.

Q&A: The key questions in the Stewart replacement search
A View from Afar / Union

Q&A: The key questions in the Stewart replacement search

What traits should the Union seek in a new sporting director? Who are some candidates worth considering? What does the next sporting director need to do? PSP’s Dan Walsh takes a stab at the key questions and adds some notes on the Union’s center midfield situation. Updated.

Four things we learned from a home shutout
Analysis / Union

Four things we learned from a home shutout

Missing the core of their midfield, how did the Union fare tactically on Friday night? PSP’s Peter Andrews breaks down the toothless performance against Toronto.

Player Ratings: Philadelphia Union 0 – 2 Toronto FC
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Player Ratings: Philadelphia Union 0 – 2 Toronto FC

How Union players performed in a game that felt strangely like phoning it in.