The Philly Soccer Page " Match report: Union 2-1 Fire
Last year it was the shutout. This year it was two goals in a game.
It was a tale of two Farfans…"he was the best of wingers, he was the worst of wing backs…". That was terrible and hackey, and I don’t really care because…
Any other team, any other coach, I file this under tough loss and shake it off but the script is too familiar and CDLC teams can't seem to write a new ending. If new endings don't start getting written soon, I'm sure the front office will be writing an ending to Carlos de los Cobos' cannon mentioned above.
PSP photographer Daniel Gajdamowicz was on the sidelines for Saturday’s match between Philadelphia Union and the Chicago Fire.
The Union took down two birds with one stone tonight against the Chicago Fire thanks to veteran goalscorer, El Pescadito. Two goals were scored by the Union in a game for the first time this season and the dreaded three game winless streak is now officially over. Much to the Philadelphia faithful's delight.
CHESTER — He walked out of the equipment room after hanging up the boots that produced the game-winning goal. And even if Carlos Ruiz had an idea where the ball was headed after it left his left foot, he had nothing to be embarrassed about.
Because of the constraints of print, I wasn't able to get everything into the story that I wanted to in the story I wrote for the Inquirer. So here's an expanded version.
Ruiz's goal tops Fire, ends Union's winless streak
With the game tied at one in the 75th minute, after the Union and Chicago Fire traded goals late in the second half, Union leading scorer Carlos Ruiz pulled a rabbit out of his hat.
CHESTER, Pa. – For a split-second, Danny Califf was getting ready to scream at teammate Carlos Ruiz for a muffed free kick."And then he pulls out...
They knew it was just a matter of time. They knew if they kept executing the gameplan, the goals would come. On Saturday, that’s exac...
At the 2011 MLS Superdraft in Baltimore, Union manager Peter Nowak called second round pick Michael Farfan a "versatile" player, expressing his su...
Post-match reactions following the Union's 2-1 win at PPL Park
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