It took 92 minutes for the Union and FC Cincinnati to find a shot on target Wednesday night. It took one tremendous play by Andre Blake in the only salvageable
Union play ugly scoreless tie with FC Cincinnati, and lose Alejandro Bedoya to yellow card suspension
by: Jonathan Tannenwald — The Philadelphia Inquirer 9h
The only shot on goal by either team came in the 92nd minute, and Andre Blake making a diving save to stop Cincinnati from scoring. The rest of the night was more roughhousing than good soccer.
by: Sara Griswold — The Philly Soccer Page 20h
The Union's busy schedule continues tonight with a trip to see FC Cincinnati and old friend Haris Medunjanin.
by: Matthew DeGeorge email@example.com @sportsdoctormd on Twitter — Delco Times 23 Sep
The decision at the end of 2019 wasn’t easy. Haris Medunjanin believed he had more left in his playing career. The Union believed the best thing for their high-pressing system
by: September 22, 202012:30PM EDT — MLS: Philadelphia Union 22 Sep
Ahead of the club's midweek road match at FC Cincinnati on Wednesday, Philadelphia Union Head Coach Jim Curtin provided an update on the injury status of the squad. Jack Elliott “It's a shame with Jack because he was playing so well and I was just...
by: The Associated Press — Miami Herald 22 Sep
Philadelphia visits FC Cincinnati after Kacper Przybylko registered two goals against Montreal.
by: Greg Oldfield — SB Nation: Brotherly Game 21 Sep
The Union overcame an early deficit with a brace from Kacper Przybylko and goals from Alejandro Bedoya and Anthony Fontana to win 4-1
by: Matthew Ralph — SB Nation: Brotherly Game 19 Sep
Santos, Ilsinho and Creavalle are back in training but Martinez will be serving a suspension and Wagner and Elliott are still questionable
by: The Associated Press — Miami Herald 19 Sep
Philadelphia faces Montreal on a defensive hot streak after giving up just seven goals over the last 10 games.
by: Matthew DeGeorge firstname.lastname@example.org @sportsdoctormd on Twitter — Delco Times 19 Sep
The thought last year, from the Union’s fans if not its coaching staff, was that Andrew Wooten would be a plug-and-play option. With Sergio Santos struggling through injuries, Cory Burke
by: Sean Griswold — The Philly Soccer Page 18 Sep
The Union hit the road to face the Montreal Impact at Red Bull Arena Sunday night.
by: Joe Lister — SB Nation: Brotherly Game 14 Sep
Three takeaways from the 2-1 game on Saturday night
by: Matthew DeGeorge email@example.com @sportsdoctormd on Twitter — Delco Times 13 Sep
CHESTER — The Union made a bit of organizational history Saturday night, the kind of milestone that would be filed into the annals of club history, if not for Anthony