Welcome back to another edition of Three Takeaways, a segment where I dive in after each Philadelphia Union match, revisit and take a closer look at what went well and what ultimately did not.
In their very first encounter with Major League Soccer’s new boys, Atlanta United, the Philadelphia Union drew 2-2 at home, in what was the last home match of Summer.
Down, but still (somehow) not out, the Philadelphia Union have returned home after a demoralizing road trip. Jim Curtin’s side are set to square off against visiting Atlanta United at Talen Energy Stadium on Saturday.
Hey folks. Thanks for joining us for another Story Stream on UnionFanTV. On the road again is the Philadelphia Union, who has traveled North of the Border to take on Supporters’ Shield leader Toronto Football Club tonight, at BMO Field. Here you’ll find the latest updates, player injury reports, […]
Missed what was said at the podium? On the Power Training Grounds? Don’t sweat it, UnionFanTV has you covered. Read up on the quick hits from Jim Curtin’s Weekly Presser. Curtin is scheduled to take the podium at 12:30 today. 12:32 PM — Curtin is now at the podium addressing the […]
John and Jason chime in after the Philadelphia Union’s resounding 3-1 victory over FC Dallas. Listen to the voices of We The People Podcast heap praise on several Union players, sound off on the club’s current road woes, and deliver a not-so pleasant final verdict on the Union’s playoff hopes. […]