Thursday Morning Union Freekicks: Twins Talk, Stats, Interviews And An Englishman

CHESTER, PA - SEPTEMBER 10: Head coach Peter Nowak of the Philadelphia Union shouts in a play against the Portland Timbers during the second half of an MLS soccer game, September 10, 2011 at PPL Stadium in Chester, Pennsylvania. The teams tied at 0-0. (Photo by Chris Gardner/Getty Images)

The Philly Soccer Page " KYW Philly Soccer Show: Sheanon Williams
This week’s Philly Soccer Show podcast with KYW’s Greg Orlandini and PSP’s Eli Pearlman-Storch features Philadelphia Union defender Sheanon Williams.

Tait added to Union's defensive corps, future (With Video) -

CHESTER — The doors to PPL Park have been busy lately, with one player coming, another going and a third whose immediate status remains uncertain.

The Philly Soccer Page " Stat chat: the winless streak

In the past two home games, the Philadelphia Union recorded 42 attempts on goal—including 13 shots on goal, 18 shots off target and 11 blocked shots. They also had 12 corner kicks, 46 open play crosses, a duels won percentage of 52.5, completed 691 of 892 passes for a passing accuracy of 77.5 percent, and averaged 61.3 percent of possession.

Ref Refs | Union Dues

Every single match I go to I hear someone complain about the referee

The Philly Soccer Page " Make the left side twice as Farfantastic

Two brothers, both playing well in their first season in MLS. Why can’t they play together?

LIVE CHAT: Michael and Gabriel Farfan | Philadelphia Union

The second set of twins to play in Major League Soccer and the first to ever play as teammates, Michael and Gabriel Farfan are living their childhood... 1:30 pm EST today.

Eager to snap winless run, Union turn gaze inward | Philadelphia Union

CHESTER, Pa. — While there isn’t exactly a feeling of utopia in the locker room, the Union remain upbeat. Yes, it has been nearly two months...

Englishman Tait joins defensive ranks with Philadelphia | Philadelphia Union
CHESTER, Pa. – When things weren’t working out in his soccer career the way he had hoped, Joe Tait did something about it: He packed his bags, lef...

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