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by: Stefany Romero — Double G Sports 6h
NYCFC suffered a 2-0 defeat to the Philadelphia Union Saturday night in the city of brotherly love. A different lineup was seen Saturday as Maxime Chanot and Ben Sweat started the match over Sebastian Ibeagha and Ronald Matarrita. The boys in blue...
by: admin — Fast Philly Sports 12h
by: Matthew DeGeorge email@example.com @sportsdoctormd on Twitter — Delco Times 12h
CHESTER >> With great pride, Jim Curtin has praised his team for taking care of business against teams below it in the standings, for winning games that the table objectively said it should win to fulfill its aspirations.
by: Ryan Bright | NBC Sports Philadelphia Contributor — NBC Sports Philadelphia 14h
The Union's 2-0 win Saturday over New York City FC was more than just another August win, it was a major statement to the MLS. By Ryan Bright
by: Matthew Ralph — SB Nation: Brotherly Game 19h
Cory Burke and Ilsinho scored while Auston Trusty and Andre Blake shut down the visitors from the Bronx
by: Adam Cann — MLS: Philadelphia Union 20h
Jim Curtin spoke to the media about his team’s performance after the Union flattened New York City FC 2-0 Saturday evening. Getting the ball back in a hurry “I think the best thing tonight was how quickly we were able to win the ball back when we did...
by: Joe Tansey, Pro Soccer USA — Pro Soccer USA 21h
CHESTER, Pa. — The Philadelphia Union answered their biggest test of the 2018 season to date by dispatching New York City FC, 2-0, at Talen Energy Stadium Saturday night. Cory Burke and Ilsinho produced a goal each to keep the Union (10-11-3) in fifth...
by: Jonathan Tannenwald, STAFF WRITER Twitter icon @thegoalkeeper | Mail icon firstname.lastname@example.org — Philly.com 21h
Here, finally, was the big win over a big team that the Union have craved all year.
by: Dylan ButlerContributor — MLS: MLS Insider 22h
Cory Burke and Ilsinho scored second half goals to lift the Philadelphia Union to a 2-0 win over New York City FC Saturday night at Talen Energy Stadium. Capitalizing on an NYCFC turnover in midfield, the Union (10-11-3) broke the stalemate in the 56th...