The Union fell just shy of a U.S. Open Cup victory, but interim manager still deserves praise for leading the Union through a historic tournament.
The Union didn't walk away with the US Open Cup, but that doesn't mean the club wasn't worthy of the title.
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.
2wZac 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.
2wConor Casey scored the lone goal to help the playoff hopeful Union pull out a 1-0 victory over Toronto FC at PPL Park Wednesday.
2wThe 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.
3wDespite the slow start to the season, Union CEO Nick Sakiewicz sees his organization on the upswing.
3wDespite playing a different position and having trouble breathing on occasion, Andrew Wenger turned in his first two-goal game in MLS during the Union's 4-2 win over the Earthquakes on Sunday night.
3wJoel Embiid served as the honorary captain for the Union on Sunday night and discussed the Sixers' acquisition of Luc Mbah a Moute.
3wAndrew Wenger tallied two goals and Sebastien Le Toux recorded four points as the Union beat the Earthquakes, 4-2, Sunday night.
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