HARRISON, NJ - JULY 27: Faryd Mondragon #1 of the MLS All-Stars looks on while playing against the Manchester United during the MLS All-Star Game at Red Bull Arena on July 27, 2011 in Harrison, New Jersey. Manchester United won 4-0. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images for the New York Red Bulls)
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PSP photographer Daniel Gajdamowicz was on hand to capture the action of 2011 MLS All-Star game at Red Bull Arena.
(Article is in Spanish) "Thirteen of the teams are now in bankruptcy," said Diego Gutierrez, head of recruiting and developing players in the Philadelphia Union, the American newspaper The Oregonian . "They are losing much of its assets-the players, because they can not afford to pay people."
PHILADELPHIA – It didn’t take long for the Union fans to start sweating.
Union goalkeeper Faryd Mondragón talked with The Inquirer's Marc Narducci after playing in the Major League Soccer All-Star Game.
Midfielder Vero Boquete scored in the 83d minute to give the Independence a 1-0 victory over the Boston Breakers in a Women's Professional Soccer game at Harvard Stadium on Wednesday night.
While the Union focused on a good showing against English Premier League side Everton and Spanish La Liga team Real Madrid in friendly action during the past week, the debate raged about whether MLS teams benefit more than just financially from playing exhibitions of this caliber in the middle of their season.
The Union's Faryd Mondragon has had a franchise-altering season that resulted in his selection to Wednesday's Major League Soccer All-Star Game. Along every step, the 40-year-old multilingual goalkeeper has gone out of his way to show his appreciation to people working at all levels of the organization.
IT TOOK LESS than 6 months for Faryd Mondragon to become an MLS All-Star. The Colombian international has only been in MLS since February but his Union teammates use words like "leader," "general" and "security blanket" when referring to him.
HARRISON, N.J. - Faryd Mondragon didn't get by with any help from his MLS All-Star friends last night, allowing a pair of goals in his first-half start en route to a 4-0 defeat to Manchester United.
Union's Mondragon, MLS all-stars roughed up by Manchester United, 4-0 | Philadelphia Inquirer | 07/28/2011
HARRISON, N.J. - Union goalkeeper Faryd Mondragon and the rest of his all-star teammates got a firsthand look at the explosiveness of Manchester United in the Major League Soccer All-Star Game on Wednesday night. Playing the first half for the MLS all-stars, Mondragon allowed two goals in a 4-0 loss before a sellout crowd of 26,760 at Red Bull Arena.
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