Tranquillo Barnetta had a tough debut and the Union fell, 3-1, to the New York Red Bulls on Saturday night at PPL Park.
Struggling to find their footing of late, the Union will look to avoid a three-game losing streak on Saturday when they take on the rival New York Red Bulls at PPL Park.
The Union formally introduced newly acquired World Cup veteran and adept playmaker Tranquillo Barnetta Friday at PPL Park.
2dRay Gaddis will make his 100th start as a pro on Saturday night when the Union take on the New York Red Bulls at PPL Park.
3dThe Union made a splash by signing Swiss playmaker, Tranquillo Barnetta, on Wednesday.
4dMexican national soccer team coach Miguel Herrera has been fired after he allegedly assaulted a reporter in the Philadelphia airport.
4dAfter another disappointing loss against D.C. United, the Union are left to figure out what went wrong ahead of their next match against the New York Red Bulls.
5dThe Union on Monday freed up funds, officially agreeing to a mutual termination with former captain and center back Carlos Valdes.
6dCarli Lloyd, the World Cup final hero for the U.S. women's team, had sharp criticism for her former NWSL team that didn't abate after she scored the game-winner over the weekend.
6dMexico took down Jamaica, 3-1, to win the 2015 Gold Cup at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday, and also setup a playoff match with the U.S. in October.
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