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Opinion writer on all matters concerning the Philadelphia Union. Big fan of many sports. Purveyor of acerbic wit.

Street Soccer USA, Borough of Bound Brook, NJ receive grants from U.S. Soccer Foundation

CEO of Street Soccer USA speaks with Brotherly Game about their plans in North Philly and Kensington.

Match Preview: New England Revolution vs. Philadelphia Union

With three points up for grabs in a tight Eastern Conference race, the Union head up to Foxboro to take on the Revolution.

Match Preview: Philadelphia Union vs. New England Revolution

The Union look to stamp their ticket to a third consecutive Open Cup semi-final from their visit to Boston. The Wednesday match date catches the Union on just two full days of rest, while the Revolution played one day earlier.

Mitchell & Ness unveil apparel collaboration

Mitchell & Ness unveiled their latest line - a collaboration between the Philadelphia Union and Sons of Ben.

Match preview: U.S. Open Cup - Philadelphia Union vs. City Islanders FC

The Philadelphia Union are hoping this is their year to win the US Open Cup, while City Islanders FC hope to exact revenge on their former parent club.

Match Preview: Philadelphia Union vs. Columbus Crew

The Crew come to town as the Union look to continue their undefeated streak.

Match Preview: Philadelphia Union vs. D.C. United

Union will look to keep their undefeated home record intact as they host I-95 rival D.C. United in the "Viernes de Futbol" national game on UniMas.

Game Changers: Canadian Edition

Union battled Eastern-Conference-leading Montreal Impact to a 1-1 draw at Stade Saputo. Here are the major talk-points of Saturday's match, eh.

Fabinho or Gaddis?

Defenders are not usually talked about, except for when they make mistakes and goals are conceded. I delve back into the discussion about Union's left backs, and get to the bottom of whose name should be listed in the starting XI.

United States Soccer will miss the 2016 Olympics

Tuesday night's 2-1 defeat in Frisco, Texas in the second leg sent victorious Colombia into the field in Brazil. This will be the second straight Olympics that the United States Men have not been a part of.