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McCAFFERY: Friendlies offer Union a glimpse at greatness -

I... I don't even... Ugh.

The Philly Soccer Page " Match report: Union 1-0 Everton
Everton FC traveled all the way from Liverpool to sleepwalk through a friendly against the Philadelphia Union Wednesday night. Union academy player Christian Hernandez lashed home a loose ball in the box in the 88th minute to give Philadelphia a deserved victory over Everton on a muggy night at PPL Park.

The Philly Soccer Page " Philly and the international friendly, part 2

Part one left off at the start the Second World War. Part two picks up with the first friendly in Philadelphia after the war, beginning with Liverpool’s tour of the States in 1946.

The Philly Soccer Page " KYW Philly Soccer Show: Talking Union, USWNT

In the latest Philly Soccer Show podcast, KYW’s Greg Orlandini and the PSP’s Adam Cann are talking Union and USWNT.

Youth prevails in a Premier showdown for Union -

CHESTER — In a corner of the winning locker room, 18-year-old Great Valley product Jimmy McLaughlin took a timeout from the celebration to ask his teammates a question.

Union's young stars shine in friendly vs. Everton | CSN Philly

CHESTER, Pa. – Why is it that, in the middle of a seven-month regular season, the Philadelphia Union have stopped playing games that count for a 12-day span?

Union ekes out 1-0 win over Everton in exhibition | Philadelphia Daily News | 07/21/2011

Promising, extremely promising. Really the only way to describe the Union's 1-0 win over Everton FC at PPL Park last night. While the game lacked serious end-to-end excitement, it did show the Union has a young corps of talent yet to be fully unleashed.

Union beats Everton, 1-0, in friendly | Philadelphia Inquirer | 07/21/2011

It was a chance for young players to gain some experience and for veterans to get a breather in this long season for the Union, and

Video: Union-Everton highlights and postgame reactions | The Goalkeeper | 07/20/2011

After the Union's 1-0 win over Everton at PPL Park, I talked with Zach Pfeffer, Roger Torres (who played all 90 minutes, by the way), Ryan Richter and Danny Mwanga. You can see what they had to say below.

Wealth of young players lead charge for Union vs. Everton | Philadelphia Union

CHESTER, Pa. — Amobi Okugo looked around and got a weird feeling late in the Philadelphia Union’s international exhibition against Everton FC...

Everton praise Union, PPL Park atmosphere | Philadelphia Union

Chester, Pa. — The score line didn’t count towards the standings, but the words spoken by Everton manager David Moyes and captain...

Union keep home unbeaten streak alive against Everton | Philadelphia Union

Chester, Pa. — The Union were not going to be intimidated by Everton — not in their own house.Philadelphia found a late game-winner from...

Game-winner vs. Everton "felt like a dream" for Hernandez | Philadelphia Union

CHESTER, Pa. – Christian Hernandez took a break from signing autographs in the tunnel adjacent to the Union’s locker room. There was a smile...