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Greg Oldfield is a teacher, coach, and writer from the Philadelphia area. His fiction and nonfiction stories have been published in Hobart, Barrelhouse, Carve, Porcupine Literary, and Maudlin House, among others. He also covers the Florida Cup and rambles about the Union and Manchester United on Twitter under @GregOldfield21. www.gregoldfield.com

Eastern Conference Final Preview: Reworked lineup means different match-ups vs NYCFC

The Union will have at least six starters available, but beyond that there are a lot of question marks with 11 players in Covid-19 health and safety protocols

Philadelphia Union vs New York City FC: Keys to the Game

Union host NYCFC in the Eastern Conference Final on Sunday, December 5th

Jakob Glesnes and Andre Blake rising to legendary status for Philadelphia Union

Glesnes and Blake are a big reason why the Union are still alive in the MLS playoffs

Previewing the Philadelphia Union playoffs and their chances to hoist an MLS Cup

The Union have a lot going for them heading into the postseason

Union draw 1-1 with New York City FC, secure second seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs

The Union settled for their ninth road draw of the season after going up a man in the 21st minute on the final day of the regular season

Philadelphia Union defeat FC Cincinnati in easy 2-0 win

The boys in blue head into decision day in second place.

Union Face Montréal FC Ahead of Playoff Push

Just 8 points that separate the 2nd and 8th place eastern conference teams

Philadelphia soccer community mourns the loss of Alex Ely

Ely was a member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame and a local legend of the game

Carli Lloyd’s final hometown game a bittersweet send-off for a legend during a trying time for the game

My daughter and the thousands of other girls in attendance experienced more than a legend playing for the last time

VE defeats UGH 2-1 to advance in local qualifying for 2022 U.S. Open Cup

Kevin Smolyn and Derek Antonini staked VE to a 2-0 first half lead and Finn Reese’s penalty wasn’t enough in the second half for UGH