2:08 AM EDT, Sat August 29, 2015
Philadelphia Union Rumors & News
philly.com 2 hours ago
When: Saturday, 7 p.m. PPL Park. Records: Revolution (9-9-7, 34 points); Union (7-13-6, 27 points) TV: The Comcast Network.
philly.com 7 hours ago
Revolution at Union When: Saturday, 7 p.m. PPL Park. Records: Revolution (9-9-7, 34 points); Union (7-13-6, 27 points)
philly.com Aug 27, 2015
During his two stints covering five seasons with the Union, midfielder Sebastien Le Toux has shown the ability to score in bunches. And right now, as the Union make a late bid for a postseason berth that still isn't within reasonable reach, Le Toux is again on one of his patented rolls.
philly.com Aug 26, 2015
Blake, the No. 1 pick in last years MLS SuperDraft, will get just his third MLS start against New England on Saturday.
philly.com Aug 26, 2015
It took Union goalkeeper Andre Blake more than a year to earn his second career Major League Soccer start. Barring an unforeseen circumstance, it should take only a week to earn his third.
philly.com Aug 24, 2015
The Union purged themselves of the worst decision in the franchise's six-year history Monday when the team agreed to a mutual termination with goalkeeper Rais Mbolhi.
philly.com Aug 22, 2015
MONTREAL (AP) - Sebastien Le Toux scored in the 78th minute and the Philadelphia Union beat Montreal 1-0 on Saturday night to spoil Didier Drogba's debut for the Impact.
philly.com Aug 20, 2015
The Union have nine regular-season Major League Soccer games remaining, but if they harbor any realistic playoff hopes, an upset win on Saturday in Montreal against the Impact is almost mandatory.
Former Philadelphia Independence owner David Halstead has kept a low public profile since the team and Women’s Professional Soccer as a whole went under in January of 2012. But he hasn’t lost his interest in the sport, and just as importantly, he hasn’t forgotten the experiences he had trying to help the sport become sustainable.
philly.com Aug 18, 2015
The MLS soccer club blew a game it had to win Sunday, as is its six-year history.
philly.com Aug 16, 2015
The Union stared victory in the face and once again settled for a tie. After Sebastien Le Toux had given them a 3-2 lead in the 90th minute, the Chicago Fire's Kennedy Igboananike tapped in a pass from Mike Magee past goalie John McCarthy during the second minute of stoppage time as the teams played to a 3-3 Major League Soccer draw on Sunday at PPL Park.
Sunday at 7 p.m., PPL Park. TV: Fox Sports 1. Fire on the road: 0-7-3. Union at home: 5-5-2. Goals: Fire, 24; Union, 29.
A goal by Sebastien Le Toux lifts Union over Chicago Fire and into title match against Sporting Kansas City.
Coach Jim Curtin refused to take Michael Lahoud out of the game and it was one of the reasons the Union have earned their second straight trip to the U.S. Open Cup final after a 1-0 semifinal win over the Chicago Fire Wednesday at PPL Park.
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