The Union played a thrilling U.S. Open Cup final with the high-powered Seattle Sounders, but ultimately fell short in the 101st minute to lose, 3-1.
The Union know the challenge Seattle poses in the US Open Cup Final but the club isn't about to let that keep it from hoisting a trophy on Tuesday night.
The Union are calling Tuesday's appearance in the Open Cup final against Seattle the biggest game in franchise history. Here's a look at the wild ride Jim Curtin and the Union took to get to the...
1wThe red-hot Union have turned it around under Jim Curtin, who is making a case to have the "interim" label removed from his job title.
1wConor Casey and Andrew Wenger helped the Union complete the home-and-home sweep of Toronto FC with a 2-0 win Saturday.
1wThe Union hope to increase their postseason chances when they face Toronto FC for the second time in four days on Saturday night.
1wSebastien Le Toux is simply operating at a different level right now.
1wZac MacMath may be listed as the backup goalkeeper for the Union, but that hasn't stopped him from stepping in and helping his club pick up some valuable points in the standings.
1wConor Casey scored the lone goal to help the playoff hopeful Union pull out a 1-0 victory over Toronto FC at PPL Park Wednesday.
1wThe Union are well-rested after having the weekend off from game action, but Jim Curtin's squad is wary of Toronto, who recently fired its manager.
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