The Union did just enough on Sunday night to claim a crucial second victory of the season at home over DC United
After another second half let down, the entire team, not specific individuals need to raise their hand and accept a share of the blame for Sunday’s 2-1 loss to the Revolution.
On Thursday night at Yankee Stadium, it looked as if NYCFC would control the match wire to wire, but the Union’s late game adjustments saw them snatch a late equalizer and an important road point.
The field at the Alamodome in San Antonio stole the show in a choppy, frenetic match, but the US continued their dominance of Mexico on home soil, running out 2-0 winners. PSP recaps the game and offers some analysis.
The Union’s 1-0 loss was a failure at all levels. Changes must be made to shake the life back into Philadelphia’s 2015 season before things can get worse.
As MLS endures a start to the 2015 season marred by controversial refereeing decisions, PSP’s Eli Pearlman-Storch looks at 3 ways the refereeing and broadcasting of rugby could provide insight into fixing soccer’s ongoing officiating problem.
Despite offering precious little threat in the attacking third, the Union came away with 3 goals at Rio Tinto. In the end, Allen Chapman stole the show, unfairly sending the Union back East with only a point to show for their efforts.
With only a day left until the season opener, PSP writers Eli Pearlman-Storch and Adam Cann have a conversation about the Union’s options with regards to formation and personnel.