Andre Blake and the Union continued to struggle against New England as the Revolution topped the Union, 1-0, on Saturday night.
Sebastien Le Toux will look to remain red-hot when the Union host Charlie Davis and the New England Revolution at PPL Park Saturday night (7 p.m./TCN).
3mThe Union stole a victory from D.C. United behind a Zach Pfeffer goal in stoppage time that secured the 1-0 win Sunday at PPL Park.
3mAfter tying the club record with four consecutive losses, the inept Union hope something clicks at home, as they host formidable D.C. United on Sunday.
3mThe Phillies will stink for a while -- but they have a title in the not-so-distant past. The Union could turn things around more quickly -- but there's no reason to think they will. It's an all-out battle for suckiness supremacy.
3mAfter Rais Mbolhi's bizarre return to the Union last week, head coach Jim Curtin confirmed the goalkeeper would never suit up for the club again.
3mBrian Sylvestre was a bright spot for the Union in last Saturday's game, but still suffered a 3-0 loss to the Vancouver Whitecaps in what seems to be a cursed season.
3mThe Union, down two goalkeepers because of injuries, struggled Saturday in a loss to the Whitecaps, their fourth straight.
3mRais Mbolhi is back with the Union, but he won't be starting Saturday. Neither will John McCarthy or Andre Blake. So who's the goalie?
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