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Notes from Curtin’s presser, USOC dates for Reading and Harrisburg, more
Daily news roundups

Notes from Curtin’s presser, USOC dates for Reading and Harrisburg, more

Curtin on Mbolhi benching, McCarthy starting, injury update, and more. Draws for opening USOC rounds announced. Keller, Schmid, and Meyernick in National Soccer Hall of Fame. More.

The founding of the Eastern Pennsylvania Soccer Association
Philadelphia Soccer History

The founding of the Eastern Pennsylvania Soccer Association

A look at the founding of the EPSA, originally known as the Foot Ball Association of Eastern Pennsylvania and District, in April, 1913, six days after the founding of the United States of America Football Association, known today as the US Soccer Federation.

Nacional says Valdes to sign loan deal, new trialists, Academy commitments, US Open Cup format, more
Daily news roundups

Nacional says Valdes to sign loan deal, new trialists, Academy commitments, US Open Cup format, more

Announcement on Nacional website says Carlos Valdes to sign loan deal on Friday. New trialists in Union camp. Union Academy commitments announced. New US Open Cup format. More news.

A champion’s medal comes home
Local / Philadelphia Soccer History

A champion’s medal comes home

Last Friday, a 103-year-old championship medal won by a Scottish goalkeeper in Philadelphia returned to the city to the Southeastern Pennsylvania Soccer Hall of Fame. Here’s the story of the goalkeeper who won that medal and how it came back from Scotland to Philly.

EPSA Open Cup Final Preview: West Chester United vs. Junior Lone Star
Junior Lone Star FC

EPSA Open Cup Final Preview: West Chester United vs. Junior Lone Star

The Eastern Pennsylvania State Open Cup Final will take place on Sunday in West Chester. Paul Konneh has a preview.

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.

All Three Points podcast: Missed opportunities
All Three Points

All Three Points podcast: Missed opportunities

The Union’s big week didn’t go as hoped, but while moral victories ring hollow, the team still has a lot to play for. With the Open Cup final showing both its promise and weaknesses, the team must regroup for the final push.

Analysis and Player Ratings: Union 1-3 Sounders (AET)
Player ratings

Analysis and Player Ratings: Union 1-3 Sounders (AET)

Despite a raucous, electric atmosphere at PPL Park, the Union could not get the job done, falling to a Sounders team that rode their two attacking superstars to glory in extra time.