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.
1mThese "highlights" are worth watching for the accent alone. Sebastien Le-twah!
1mEthan White had an own-goal in the 20th minute that ended up being the deciding mark in the Union's 1-0 friendly loss to Crystal Palace.
1mThe Union's current two-week MLS break could be viewed negatively, but manager Jim Curtin sees the vacation as a gift for his club.
1mThey didn't win back-to-back games last week, but the Union did accomplish the next best thing. Dave Zeitlin reviews the week that was and looks ahead in this installment of the Inside Doop.
2mSebastien Le Toux scored on a penalty kick in the 91st minute and the Union came back to tie the Chicago Fire 1-1 on Saturday.
2mEthan White has gone from the bench to starting for the rising Union, who believe it or not, are still in the playoff hunt.
2mPretty good night down in Chester for the Union. Could the win put them right in the playoff hunt?
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