Philadelphia Union News
Pressing Points | Decision Day
Philadelphia Union return home this weekend for the last time in the 2022 regular season, with a big matchup on Decision Day against Toronto FC. The Union have put themselves in a great spot and have given themselves the chance to close out this incredible campaign with the Eastern Conference regular season title.
Eastern Conference on the line at Subaru Park Sunday afternoon
The biggest question for Jim Curtin’s side following last weekend’s struggle is the health of team captain Ale Bedoya. The veteran midfielder provides the balance and organization that was missing in Charlotte, and his minor injury has coincided with the team’s first sustained attacking issues since the first third of the season.
MLS Decision Day preview: Which matches you should keep track of in the Playoffs race
10 teams have already made it to the post-season ahead of Sunday’s matches, leaving room for two more in each conference.
Sean Nealis signs new Red Bulls contract as Schneider begins to build
The 25-year-old native of Massapequa, Long Island has played every match for the Red Bulls in 2022 save for one missed due to a red card suspension, and has captained the team on multiple occasions when Aaron Long has been absent.
Leagues Cup 2023 dates and structure announced
Major League Soccer and LIGA MX announced today important competition details, including dates, format and hosting process for the first edition of the historic and highly-anticipated 2023 Leagues Cup which will feature every club in the top two leagues in North America.
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