The Philly Soccer Page " KYW Philly Soccer Show: Union fight back
This week’s KYW Philly Soccer Show podcast comes on the heels of Wednesday’s 4–4 comeback thriller at PPL Park. The Union, facing a 4–1 deficit at halftime, rallied to earn a 4–4 draw against the New England Revolution. The Philadelphia team was powered by two goals from Sebastian Le Toux, who has three tallies in the last two games.
Poll: Union vs. New England- What was that? | Philly Union Talk
Alot of draws feel like something other than a draw- like the draws against huge opponents whom everyone was sure would streamroll your team, or the draws that just barely secure your team’s spot in a playoff or tournament. Those feel like wins, the euphoria comparable to or better than an actual victory.
The Curse of Ruiz | Union Dues
I am still recovering from this one folks. I an pretty sure my heart stopped on at least 3 occasions. I am not exactly sure what happened so I will break down the entire experience.
What the hell just happened? And,…. what happens next? " Unholy Union – The fan blog for Phi. Union
4-4. That’s how the boxscore of Union vs New England Revolution reads.
One Fan’s Perspective on the 2011 Season – Off the Field Edition " Union City Blue
The Philadelphia Union played their Hurricane Irene rescheduled game against the New England Revolution on Wednesday night.
Rally to tie Revs only masked Union's defensive woes | Philadelphia Inquirer | 09/09/2011
For optimists, some positives could be found in the Union's 4-4 Major League Soccer draw Wednesday with the visiting New England Revolution. But they don't override the negative concerning a defense that has continued a recent pattern of sloppy play.
The world of kids and soccer pressure | Philadelphia Daily News | 09/09/2011
IT WAS supposed to be a fun, carefree soccer game, but Katie's dad was sapping the enjoyment right out of it.
Union have reason for optimism after big comeback | CSN Philly
It was an up-and-down contest of the most extreme variety on Wednesday, but the high-scoring draw against the New England Revolution, albeit disappointing, managed to hand the struggling Union multiple reasons to be optimistic.
Adu's first Union goal comes at perfect time | Philadelphia Union
CHESTER, Pa. — Freddy Adu’s goal in the 54th minute Wednesday night was his first in MLS in about four years. For the Union, it couldn't have...
Adu-Mwanga duo shows glimpse of big potential | Philadelphia Union
CHESTER, Pa. — The Philadelphia Union have a healthy stable of young, talented offensive talents, but it’s probably fair to say no two players hav...