The Philadelphia Union are looking to bounce back from last year's disappointing season as they get set to open 2014 against Portland.
How will the Union's newest players mesh with the vets? Who will surprise? Who will disappoint? Dave Zeitlin and Ryan Bright break down the 2014 Union -- and make some key predictions.
2dThe Union unveiled new primary kits for the 2014 season Tuesday, which they will wear Saturday for the team's home opener against New England.
3dThe Union are back from Florida, and training at home this week before shipping out to Portland for Saturday’s season opener (10:30 p.m. – Comcast SportsNet). Soccer-heads and non-soccer-heads alike should get excited by this promo (above) provided by our friends at...
1wThe Union? They aren't ready. The chemistry just isn't there yet, John Hackworth admits, but they've got time to get it straightened out.
1wBoth the Union and Toronto FC had big offseasons, but as Wednesday's scoreless draw showed, both clubs have yet to see the payoff.
1wThe Union filled a key defensive hole Monday, acquiring center back Austin Berry from the Chicago Fire in exchange for allocation money.
1wOver his team's final three preseason games, Union manager John Hackworth would like to see his improving club work on eliminating the lapses that lead to counter-attack goals.
2wLincoln Financial Field is set to host A.S. Roma and Inter Milan as part of the Guinness International Champions Cup.
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