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by: Adam Cann — MLS: Philadelphia Union 9 Nov
Perhaps it's fitting that Derrick Jones ended up in Philly. Like Rocky, the famous and unfortunately fictional boxer from the City of Brotherly Love, Jones doesn't dodge contact. The powerful midfielder has a tendency to draw in defenders, but instead of.
by: Dan Walsh — The Philly Soccer Page 8 Nov
PSP's Season Review series kicks off today and will run for the next two weeks: For Philadelphia Union, it's nine years and counting without a playoff win, but those Union fans got an exciting season with often beautiful soccer that could provide the...
by: Jeff Green — Philly Sports Network 7 Nov
The 2018 season is in the rear view mirror. Which essential players should be retained and which ones are we OK parting with next season?
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by: Dan Walsh — The Philly Soccer Page 5 Nov
The Union were one of MLS's best teams from May 10 until they stepped on the Yankee Stadium pitch. PSP's Dan Walsh breaks down what went wrong at the end and notes that, on the whole this year, Jim Curtin deserves more credit than blame.
by: Larry Henry Jr. — SBI Soccer 3 Nov
Not every team is going to be happy come the end of the 2018 MLS Cup Playoffs, that is just the nature of sports. The goal though is to take the positives learned from the season and try to expand …
by: Jonathan Tannenwald — Philly.com 3 Nov
No matter what the Union had done Wednesday, or in the playoffs overall, new sporting director Ernst Tanner had plans well before then to engineer major changes to the team's playing style. What sorts of moves might he make? Here are a few guesses.
by: Dave ZeitlinContributor — MLS: MLS Insider 2 Nov
In the end, Jim Curtin’s fate will rest in the hands of Philadelphia Union sporting director Ernst Tanner. But for some of the team’s most important players, bringing Curtin back as head coach in 2019 should be an easy call. One of the longest-tenured...
Philadelphia Union leaders express praise for Jim Curtin as uncertainty lingers around manager’s future
by: Joe Tansey, Pro Soccer USA — Pro Soccer USA 2 Nov
Changes are going to occur within the Philadelphia Union over the offseason with sporting director Ernst Tanner at the helm. To what degree changes are made is yet to be known, and the biggest question hovering around the franchise is whether head coach..
by: Matthew DeGeorge email@example.com @sportsdoctormd on Twitter — Delco Times 2 Nov
NEW YORK – As the Union set most of the franchise single-season records worth having in 2018, perhaps no accomplishment was as poignant as enshrining an identity under coach Jim
by: Peter Andrews — The Philly Soccer Page 1 Nov
After another big-game failure, Jim Curtin shouldn't escape the heat. Peter Andrews on why the offseason must start with the search for a new manager.