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CHESTER, PA - JUNE 11: Goalkeeper Faryd Mondragon #1 of the Philadelphia Union argues a call during a game against Real Salt Lake at PPL Park on June 11, 2011 in Chester, Pennsylvania. The game ended 1-1. (Photo by Hunter Martin/Getty Images)
CHESTER, PA - JUNE 11: Goalkeeper Faryd Mondragon #1 of the Philadelphia Union argues a call during a game against Real Salt Lake at PPL Park on June 11, 2011 in Chester, Pennsylvania. The game ended 1-1. (Photo by Hunter Martin/Getty Images)
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All-Star Game First XI: A look at the fan vote so far | MLSsoccer.com
Oh, hey, look... no Union players! Oh well.

Vancouver Preview | Union Dues
Next stop the Great White North, to pick up three more points from some douche named Hassli and his gang. Seriously, the Union have a score to settle with the Whitecaps, Hassli especially. I can’t see Valdes and Califf playing so nice this time.

The Philly Soccer Page " KYW Philly Soccer Show: Jordan Harvey

KYW’s Greg Orlandini and the PSP’s writer Adam Cann talk with Philadelphia Union fullback Jordan Harvey in this week’s edition of the Philly Soccer Show. Harvey is among the team leaders in minutes played, and has been a defensive stalwart since joining the team in its first season last year.  

June YSA Report Podcast | Union Dues

The second edition of the podcast.

The Philly Soccer Page " Shat chat: Union v RSL
Why didn’t the Union earn three points at home against Real Salt Lake? Peter Nowak told reporters after the game that "We talked in the locker room about pushing for a second goal. That was my point to the guys…We gave [Real Salt Lake] a chance to come back and in one shot, that’s it, the game is over." And, according to the numbers, Nowak is right: by the end full time, RSL managed to record just one shot on goal and that was enough to secure a draw.

The Philly Soccer Page " City Islanders advance, Reading & Phoenix out of USOC

Three area teams featured in Tuesday night’s the first round of the 2011 US Open Cup. In Harrisburg, the USL PRO side City Islanders were host to fellow Philadelphia Union affiliate Reading United of the PDL. USASA amateur side Phoenix SC traveled to Rochester to face USL PRO side Rochester Rhinos. Harrisburg will advance to the second round.

Paunović hopes to make "great comeback" with Union | Philadelphia Union

CHESTER, Pa. — For the past two-and-a-half years, Serbian striker Veljko Paunović has been retired from professional soccer. But that didn’t mean...

Union look to continue road unbeaten streak in Vancouver | Philadelphia Union
Last season, the opposition had to prepare mentally for their first trip to PPL Park. They knew little coming in other than this: an unfamiliar...

Inaugural "Passback Day" a hit with Chester youth | Philadelphia Union
For one day, the students became the teachers. On Sunday, YSC Sports and the Union youth academy came together to host the inaugural "Union Juniors...

Gold Cup: US get job done despite trouble finishing | Philadelphia Union
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — The United States advanced to the Gold Cup quarterfinals on Tuesday night, but they did so with a grain of salt. The Americans...