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CHESTER PA - SEPTEMBER 04: Jonathan Leathers #25 of the Kansas City Wizards and Danny Mwanga #10 of the Philadelphia Union fight for the ball at PPL Park on September 4 2010 in Chester Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
CHESTER PA - SEPTEMBER 04: Jonathan Leathers #25 of the Kansas City Wizards and Danny Mwanga #10 of the Philadelphia Union fight for the ball at PPL Park on September 4 2010 in Chester Pennsylvania. (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
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The Philly Soccer Page " Preview: Union vs. Sporting Kansas City
Philadelphia Union will host one of Major League Soccer’s hottest teams tonight when Sporting Kansas City comes into town.

Support the Fort! | Union Dues

In solidarity with our brothers and sister of the New England Revolutions supporters groups. "SUPPORT THE FORT" is to be the goal kick chant throughout the MLS this week.

The Philly Soccer Page " Independence trade Megan Rapinoe

The Philadelphia Independence traded midfielder Megan Rapinoe to majicJack on Tuesday for an undisclosed amount of allocation money. Rapinoe joined Philadelphia in the off season after two seasons with the now defunct Chicago Red Stars. She is currently away in Germany with the US Women’s National Team, where she is expected to be a starter in the World Cup.

Flexibility or stability? Union's Nowak on the fence - delcotimes.com

CHESTER — Tuesday afternoon, Peter Nowak spent the better part of his weekly press conference emphasizing the importance of having interchangeable parts to plug into his attack.

The Philly Soccer Page " Independence trade Megan Rapinoe

The Philadelphia Independence traded midfielder Megan Rapinoe to majicJack on Tuesday for an undisclosed amount of allocation money. Rapinoe joined Philadelphia in the off season after two seasons with the now defunct Chicago Red Stars. She is currently away in Germany with the US Women’s National Team, where she is expected to be a starter in the World Cup.

Return of Ruiz might shake up Union lineup | Philadelphia Daily News | 06/22/2011

With Carlos Ruiz fresh off Gold Cup detail for Guatemala, Union manager Peter Nowak has some big decisions to make regarding who plays where starting tonight.

 

Gold-medal goal was life-changer for Carli Lloyd | Philadelphia Daily News | 06/22/2011
THIS IS A DIFFERENT Carli Lloyd. One gold-medal-clinching goal against Brazil at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing can alter things.

Panama is a familiar Gold Cup matchup for USA in semifinals | Philadelphia Daily News | 06/22/2011

They have been the unavoidable steppingstone, the country the United States has had to go through to capture its last two CONCACAF Gold Cups.

U.S. defender Rampone inspires World Cup teammates | Philadelphia Inquirer | 06/22/2011

Second in a series of previews for the Women's World Cup. Nobody on the U.S. Women's World Cup team symbolizes the soccer mom better than Christie Rampone. And there isn't a player who has commanded more respect than the graduate of Point Pleasant Boro High School and Monmouth University.

Ruiz back with Union, quashes lingering Mexico rumors | Philadelphia Union

CHESTER, Pa. — Carlos Ruiz is back from the Gold Cup and says he’s here to stay.Contradicting last week’s report in a Mexican newspaper that sta..

Paunović adjusting quickly with Philadelphia | Philadelphia Union

CHESTER, Pa. – Playing your first professional soccer game in two-and-a-half years may be an overwhelming experience for some.But for Veljko Paunovi...

Scouting Report: After dismal start, Sporting KC unbeaten in five straight | Philadelphia Union

Fresh off a disappointing result against the last place team in the Western Conference, the Philadelphia Union return home on Wednesday to battle the...

Union cautiously confident heading into match with Sporting KC | Philadelphia Union

With a loss to the Vancouver Whitecaps in their rear view mirror, the Union now turn their attention to Sporting Kansas City.Sporting present a very...