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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.

Union II beat Orlando City B in wild second half to end skid

Union II won 3-1 in a match with three reds and six yellows

Another dull Philadelphia Union performance ends in scoreless draw

Kai Wagner looking to get back to winning ways Sunday against New York City FC

The German defender has been one of the Union’s most consistent performers on both sides of the ball, leading the team with 5 assists as well as helping hold opponents to a league-best 11 goals against

Philadelphia Union hope to play their way out of home ties

A look at the positives and negatives behind the Union’s string of draws

Alejandro Bedoya pleas for gun safety action in emotional post-game statement

"The easiest way to put it is some things are bigger than sports." -Alejandro Bedoya

Daniel Gazdag’s play leading the offense for the first-place Union

Gazdag is settled in and playing his best soccer since arriving in Chester last year

Union leave points on the field in 1-1 draw with Montréal

Carranza drew a penalty and converted from the spot but it wasn’t enough

Toronto FC snaps Philadelphia Union streaks with 2-1 win

The Union suffered their first loss of 2022 in Toronto after conceding for the first time in the second half this season

Mikael Urhe floodgates waiting to open

The likelihood of Uhre scoring his first goal in a Union jersey looks promising tonight

Philadelphia Union celebrates ‘legends of soccer,’ raises $290k for foundation at gala

The Union hosted hundreds of business leaders, supporters, media members and influencers at the inaugural Legends of Soccer Gala at the Crystal Tea Room last Wednesday