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GAME THREAD: Toronto FC vs. Philadelphia Union

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The Union took three points from Toronto Wednesday night at home. Now they seek to get three more points in Ontario's Queen City.

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UNION GAME #27
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BMO Field, Toronto, ON
September 6, 2014
2:00 PM ET
TCN - JP Dellacamera and Peter Pappas
Know Thy Enemy: Waking The Red
Starting XI
Luke Moore, Gilberto Forward Conor Casey
Dwayne De Rosario, Collen Warner, Michael Bradley, Dominic Oduro Midfield

Andrew Wenger, Cristian Maidana, Sebastien Le Toux

Amobi Okugo, Vincent Nogueira

Nick Hagglund, Bradley Orr, Doneil Henry, Mark Bloom Defense Ray Gaddis, Maurice Edu, Ethan White, Sheanon Williams
Joe Bendik Goalkeeper Zac MacMath
Chris Konopka, Ryan Richter, Kyle Bekker, Warren Creavalle, Jackson, Daniel Lovitz, Andrew Wiedeman Bench Andre Blake, Fabinho, Brian Carroll, Danny Cruz, Fred, Pedro Ribeiro, Brian Brown
Game Officials
Referee: Alan Kelly
Assistant: Jeff Muschik
Assistant: Gianni Facchini
Fourth: Mark Kadlecik

A draw could be acceptable today, but a win would be absolute magnificence. Not only would a win propel the Union firmly into Eastern Conference playoff contender status, but it would send Toronto further into their downward spiral. The past few months have been the greatest in Union franchise history. Let's hope it continues this afternoon. Go Union! DOOP!