Aug 9, 2012; London, United Kingdom; USA poses for a photo with their gold medals after defeating Japan in the gold medal match during the London 2012 Olympic Games at Wembley Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
Thanks to phillyhoosfan for the link. It seems like another womans soccer league is sprouting up in the North America. Currently 8 teams are going to be apart of the league, but only four have finalized the deal. I wonder if philly is one?
The Nelson Rivas headbutt left Hoppenot with a broken nose. He says that he is still ready to play this weekend.
PSP looks at previous games between The Union and Chicago.
PSP also takes a look at the I-95 rivalry, and how each team plays without a true playmaking center midfielder.
Nelson Rivas is suspended two additional games on top of his red card suspension. He will miss the next three games.
After a busy schedule in july, Hackworth gave the Union much needed time off. They picked up practice again on Wednesday.
Click the jump for more soccer links.The Throw-In: What MLS can do in fostering women's game
The MLS can help Women's soccer thrive by teaming up with W-league teams to share resources, facilities and youth programs.
Philly Union talk look at who could play for the USMNT in upcoming friendlies with European soccer season just around the corner.
Sporting KC end Seattle's USOC dominance with a PK win during Wedensday USOC Final
The U.S. got revenge on Thursday with a 2-1 win against Japan to take home the Olympic Gold medal.
New Tiebreakers will begin immediatley for the MLS. Instead of Goal differential being the number one tiebreaker, they changed it to Most goals scored.
Decisions that are rules, but rarely made are looked at after the controvercial PK during the USOC Final.
Neymar plays in his first important final for Brazil, and he will approach it no differently then any other game.