CHESTER >> It was the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, not the World Cup.
by: Dave ZeitlinContributor — MLS: MLS Insider 9h
CHESTER, Pa. — Alejandro Bedoya has played at a World Cup and in some big leagues in Europe. But for Jim Curtin’s money, the Philadelphia Union midfielder is currently hitting his peak. “I think he’s playing as good as he's ever played in his career,”...
by: John Rossi — SB Nation: Brotherly Game 9h
Bedoya’s goal has the Union within two wins of silverware.
by: Philadelphia Union Communications — MLS: Philadelphia Union 9h
POST-MATCH QUOTES: Philadelphia Union vs. Orlando City SC, 2018 USOC Quarterfinals, 7.18.18 Philadelphia Union Head Coach Jim Curtin Opening statement… To reflect on the ninety minutes, I thought the first forty-five was excellent. I thought we...
by: Mike Servedio — The Philly Soccer Page 10h
The Union used an early Alejandro Bedoya goal to edge Orlando to advance to the semi-finals of the U.S. Open Cup.
by: Jonathan Tannenwald, STAFF WRITER Twitter icon @thegoalkeeper | Mail icon email@example.com — Philly.com 10h
The Union advanced to the semifinals of the U.S. Open Cup for the first time in three years on Wednesday, knocking out Orlando City with a 1-0 win that could easily have been more.
by: Joe Tansey, Pro Soccer USA — Pro Soccer USA 10h
CHESTER, Pa. –The Philadelphia Union advanced to their third U.S. Open Cup semifinal in five years on Wednesday by way of a 1-0 win over Orlando City. Alejandro Bedoya scored the game’s lone goal, while the young Union back line held firm in front of...
by: Matthew DeGeorge firstname.lastname@example.org @sportsdoctormd on Twitter — Delco Times 18 Jul
CHESTER >> Trying to pin down how Orlando City will approach Wednesday’s U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal isn’t an easy task for Union manager Jim Curtin.
by: July 17, 20185:40PM EDT — MLS: Philadelphia Union 18 Jul
by: Jonathan Tannenwald, STAFF WRITER Twitter icon @thegoalkeeper | Mail icon email@example.com — Philly.com 17 Jul
A win Wednesday night at Talen Energy Stadium would put the Union in the Open Cup semifinals for the first time in three years.
by: Steven Whisler — The Philly Soccer Page 17 Jul
A busy week for the Union with the Lions of Orlando City and the Swedish lion of LA on tap.
by: Tim Jones — The Philly Soccer Page 17 Jul
An 18-year-old Cameroonian striker named Paris signed yesterday with Bethlehem Steel FC. Counting from the middle of last January, the Steel have brought in three new strikers total, one of whom has not worked out. The organization is clearly on the...