WHAT WE ARE, WHO WE ARE, AND WHAT WE STAND FOR
Philly Football Daily is an independent news site that provides daily coverage of the Beautiful Game across the Philadelphia region and beyond.
Our coverage, which is provided by independent local reporters, includes High School, College, and the Philadelphia Union of Major League Soccer. In the offseason, we also provide coverage of the English Premier League and soccer from elsewhere around the world.
Formerly, this site was known as UnionFanTV, which began as a solo podcast that was launched in Jan. of 2017. Philly Football Daily aims to grow the sport of soccer across the Philadelphia region in addition to growing the confidence, competence, and reputations of our team, which is comprised of reporters, artists, filmmakers, and more.
MEET THE TEAM — OUR XI
Jason Hannigan — Founder, Editor-in-Chief of Philly Football Daily; Co-Host of We The People Podcast
Jason is the Founder and current Editor-in-Chief of Philly Football Daily, as well as the Co-Host of We The People Podcast on UnionFanTV.
Jason currently resides in Upstate, New York, where he studies Journalism at Ithaca College. In past Summers, Jason has served coconut shrimp to the current Speaker of the House, and an ice cream sundae to the former Vice President. Now, he simply spends his free time dishing out daily soccer news across the Philadelphia area.
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John Comonitski — Host of We The People Podcast
John hosts We The People Podcast on UnionFanTV.
A graduate from Wissahickon High School, John currently attends The Pennsylvania State University, where he studies Computer Science and German.
Growing up, John played soccer for Whitpain Township. Sadly, his club career came to an end during his freshman year of high school following two knee surgeries.
An avid Philadelphia Union fan, John has been a proud supporter and season ticket holder since 2011.
John enjoys spending his free time over on r/PhillyUnion and r/mls. He can also be found on YouTube under the alias of JohnyJ25, an account that has amassed for him quite a respectable following …
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Chuck Booth — Reporter
Chuck joined Philly Football Daily in July 2017, after previously serving as the Editor-in-Chief of Section 215 — a Philadelphia sports news and opinions site powered by the FanSided Network.
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James “Cal” Dymowski — Contributor, Cal’s Corner
The Coach joined Philly Football Daily in Oct. 2017.
Cal Dymowski is a junior Journalism major at Ithaca College with a concentration in sports broadcasting. In addition to his work with his school newspaper, The Ithacan, Cal is heavily involved in on-air and production work for TV and radio stations. A huge fan of Liverpool FC, he is excited to be able to share his thoughts on the English Premier League, and engage in discussions with you, the Fan.
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Paul Catrino — Contributor
Paul is a slacker.
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Jonathan Molik — Contributor
Jonathan, a native of Buffalo, New York, has been a Philadelphia Union fan since the very beginning.
He annually attends Union Away Days in Toronto, and he hopes to make more games in Philadelphia soon.
While Jonathan has been blogging about football for several years now, he is excited to now be a part of a platform that covers the Union extensively. Expect some fun things from Jonathan Molik soon.
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Kyle Dutch — Contributor
Kyle is a graduate from Interboro Senior High School.
He currently attends St. Bonaventure University, where he studies Journalism and Mass Communications. The Lester, PA native is also a midfielder on the Mens’ Soccer team (Go Bonnies!).
Kyle intends on pursuing a career in writing upon graduation, and he hopes to couple his passion for writing with his love for Philly sports, especially the Philadelphia Union.
Joe Lister — Contributor
Joe, the youngest contributor on the site, joined Philly Football Daily as a contributor in Spring 2017.
He has been a Philadelphia Union season ticket holder since 2010. More often than not, Joe finds that his team may cause him to feel a little frustrated. Nevertheless, as any true supporter would, Joe has stuck with his team through thick and thin, and in doing so, he has shown that he is certainly Ad Finem Fidelis.
Check out Joe’s Union segment, Lister’s Three Takeaways.