8:53 AM EDT, Wed August 27, 2014
Philadelphia Union Rumors & News
In the course of my travels this summer, a lot of people across Major League Soccer asked me whether I think interim Union manager Jim Curtin will get the job full-time. My answer on each occasion was the same as it is now: I don't know.
The Premier League announces kickoff times on a rolling basis in the second half of the season, and NBC follows suit with its broadcast schedule.
philly.com Aug 25, 2014
Wenger scores twice in victory
philly.com Aug 24, 2014
The Union debut of two-time Algerian World Cup goalie Rais Mbolhi was upstaged Sunday night by the offensive brilliance of Sebastian Le Toux.
San Jose Mercury News Aug 24, 2014
The San Jose Earthquakes battle back to tie the match against the Philadelphia Union only to lose.
philly.com Aug 22, 2014
With Rais M'Bolhi still getting acclimated, Zac MacMath is preparing as the Union's goalkeeper.
philly.com Aug 21, 2014
Union defender Carlos Valdes is beginning to get his legs back, but he concedes there is still some progress to be made.
philly.com Aug 20, 2014
The Union signed Algerian World Cup goalkeeper Rais Mbolhi on July 30 and said he would be the starter as soon as he was ready.
It seems like a situation only Philadelphia Union would put themselves in. You have two good, young goalkeepers, and you need help at left back and left midfield. Naturally, your solution is to sign another goalkeeper. So much for logic.
philly.com Aug 20, 2014
When the Philadelphia Union officially announced its multimillion-dollar deal with a jersey sponsor on Tuesday, there wasn't a bimbo in sight - but Bimbo was everywhere.
philly.com Aug 16, 2014
At the end of a busy week, the Union chose to break up the lineup that had produced their best soccer of the season.
In an interview on the Philadelphia Union website on Jan. 3, Philadelphia Union CEO Nick Sakiewicz said building a practice facility was "a top priority" for the team. That priority is about to be realized.
Philadelphia teams, both amateur and professional, have a long history of appearances in the final of America's oldest soccer competition, winning the U.S. Open Cup ten times. The last Philadelphia team to do so was the Ukrainian Nationals in 1966. At PPL Park on Sept. 16 at 7:30 pm, the Philadelphia Union will look to restart that winning tradition.
philly.com Aug 14, 2014
With their third game in seven days, the Union are banking on the adrenaline that has come from playing their best soccer of the season.
I'll keep this post updated as new schedules are released.