BRIDEVIEW, IL - JUNE 05: Wilman Conde #22 of the Chicago Fire and Stefani Miglioranzi #6 of the Philadelphia Union battle for a header in an MLS match on June 5, 2010 at Toyota Park in Brideview, Illinois. The Fire defeated the Union 2-1. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
FC Dallas: A Love Story - Big D Soccer
There's not many women out there who understand our obsession with soccer.
We tend to work in a bubble of Union babble. To find out what the rest of the world thinks of our heroes, The Philly Soccer Page looked up Chicago Fire goalkeeper’s coach Aron Hyde. Beyond his role with the goalies, Aron breaks down copious tape and seems to know the Union as well as we do!
Starting in the back for the Union, Sheanon Williams has been one of the keys to the team’s run to the top half of the Eastern Conference. Although he has been one of the best right backs in MLS, Williams spent the Portland match deputizing for Danny Califf in the middle.
Chicago needs to go down. Here's why, and how.
Philadelphia Union gets the chance to shake off the doldrums as a no-name Chicago Fire team stumbles into town Saturday.
Another fantastic piece by tBG's friend, Brian Straus.
The Canadian Press: Norway's top-flight soccer players begin strike over right to choose boots
OSLO — Nearly 100 of Norway's topflight soccer players went on strike Friday demanding the right to choose their own boots and other equipment.
The Philadelphia Union return to their PPL Park home to take on the Chicago Fire on Saturday evening (8 p.m. ET, Galavision, The Comcast Network). The...
SIX GOALS in nine matches do not make for an easy road being a contender. But despite its offensive woes, the Union has somehow managed to do it.
The Fire look to break a prolonged winless streak in Philadelphia.
As the offensive struggles of the Union become more pronounced, among the main questions is: What has happened to Sebastien Le Toux?
There are factual mistakes littered throughout this article. Ugh.
All we are saying… …is give us a goal… The chants and pleas of the PPL Park faithful sitting there above this sentence and far too often this young season.