The Galaxy traveled to Philadelphia to take on the Union for a rare weekday night game and it went very well for the visitors.
Last weekend, the Philadelphia Union struggled to do much of anything against the Fire. They, however, were saved by Zac MacMath and a moment of magic between Sebastien Le Toux and Jack McInerney. Here's hoping the Union fare better today.
Just days after scoring a very ugly victory against the Chicago Fire, the Philadelphia Union are now tasked with playing the Los Angeles Galaxy. This may not end well.
His now former teammates took to Twitter after Gabriel Farfan was traded to Chivas USA to wish him the best on his move to California.
The Union acquired allocation money and a first round SuperDraft selection from the L.A. located club.
The Union were reportedly willing to take on around half of Soumare's guaranteed compensation over the next two seasons, but the Fire said no to the deal. Fire Confidential, on its podcast, speculated that the Fire don't have cap space for a trade.
Behind an amazing performance by Zac MacMath and a moment of magic from Jack McInerney, the Philadelphia Union escaped a horrible performance at Toyota Park and managed a 1-0 win on the road.
The Philadelphia Union travel to Toyota Park to take on a Chicago Fire team that has been struggling for the first couple months of the season.
Looking ahead to tomorrow's match versus the Chicago Fire, I exchanged three questions with Ryan Sealock from Hot Time In Old Town. Ryan's answers to my questions can be found below.
A 2-2 tie had incredible bouts of excitement and disappointment for both the Union and Sounders at PPL Park on Saturday.
Four goals, Three reds, multiple yellows and a no call on a hand ball were the story lines of today's 2-2 tie between the Union and Sounders at PPL Park.
Torres has played only 10 minutes in 2013, whereas Stahl managed 41 minutes in his first and only game with the Union and in MLS.
Coming off their most disheartening loss of the season, the Philadelphia Union host a Seattle Sounders squad plagued by bad soccer this season
The Union's CEO and managing partner told Philly Current that other teams in the Philadelphia area will get the third jersey treatment in upcoming years.