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Sunday Afternoon Union Freekicks: Le Toux, Union Look To Extend Unbeaten Streak

CHESTER, PA- JUNE 25: Zarek Valentin #20 of Chivas USA tries to work the ball past Danny Mwanga #10 of the Philadelphia Union at PPL Park on June 25, 2011 in Chester, Pennsylvania. The Union won 3-2. (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
CHESTER, PA- JUNE 25: Zarek Valentin #20 of Chivas USA tries to work the ball past Danny Mwanga #10 of the Philadelphia Union at PPL Park on June 25, 2011 in Chester, Pennsylvania. The Union won 3-2. (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
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The Philly Soccer Page " Match Preview: Union at Chivas USA
"You never know what’s going to happen, but I think that it’s a bit late for us," Chivas forward Juan Pablo Ángel said. "The only thing that we can do is control what we do on the field."

Adu versus Torres | Union Dues

Despite all of the praise that Freddy Adu has been receiving online, especially on Twitter, I feel he played terribly last night against DC United.

The Philly Soccer Page " No Union in SportsWeek

Yo, SportsWeek! It’s spelled "Zac," not "Zach." And the Union are playing Chivas USA on Sunday. Chivas is a team, but they play in Mexico.

Playoff seeding on line as Union visit Chivas | CSN Philly

CHESTER, Pa. -- Earning three result points on Thursday with a late, one-goal win over DC United was a crucial step in the Union’s quest for a top-three playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.

The Philly Soccer Page " Union 3-2 DC United: Player ratings and analysis

When asked what the difference in Le Toux was from the beginning of the season to how the striker is playing now, Nowak said, "He joined the twitter." Whatever it takes for the Frenchman to keep scoring. #theflashmobdancewassweettoo

Union's Le Toux hopes to keep streak going - delcotimes.com

The other night, Sebastien Le Toux scored two goals while a quarter of PPL Park’s occupants were still in line, waiting for their hot dogs.

Union set on avoiding DC hangover against Chivas | Philadelphia Union

CHESTER, Pa. – There were smiles throughout the Union locker room following Thursday’s 3-2 victory over rival D.C. United at PPL Park. But it wasn't what you'd call a celebration.