The Philadelphia Union, specifically midfielder Justin Mapp, are included, today, in one of Cracked.com's "Top" list articles.
Mapp, along with a fallen Danny Mwanga and two DC United players, is shown playing a ball forward in the picture within the article "The 6 Weirdest Free Speech Issues Around The World" on Cracked.com. The segment that utilizes the photo is about France's active efforts in keeping foreign words and definitions out of the French language and vocabulary. The example used by Christina H., the author, involves soccer, which is where a picture of Mapp and the Union comes into play:
And instead of using "corner," sportscasters were expected to use the pithy phrase "coup de pied de coin," by which time the goal would already be scored and everyone would be on the other side of the field.
Earlier this year, the Union's supporters group, the Sons of Ben, were featured on the front page of the Drudge Report without any caption referring to what the picture was of. Instead the Sons of Ben were used atop a headline that read "Age Of America Nears End."