Philadelphia Union Trips Into Playoffs With 2-0 Loss to Red Bulls

The Philadelphia Union fell 2-0 to the New York Red Bulls on Sunday and find themselves limping into their MLS Cup knockout round game against Toronto FC.
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Red Bulls Finish First, Unbeaten In 20

(HARRISON, NJ) The New York Red Bulls finished out the regular season in style with a 2-0 win over Philadelphia Union. For NY, it...
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Philadelphia Union Shut Out at Home Against Orlando City

The Philadelphia Union have not made it to the playoffs since 2011. Their five year playoff drought is the longest in the MLS currently....
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This Weekend’s MLS Playoff Clinch Scenarios

(Editorial) - This weekend will see some major moves in the MLS Playoff picture. With spots up for grabs across both conferences, keeing track...

What Happened to the Philadelphia Union Dominance?

In June of the 2016 season, the Philadelphia Union had everything to look forward to. They were first place in the Eastern Conference. They...

Red Bulls Unbeaten Streak Extends To 14 With Win Over Union

Red Bulls Unbeaten Streak Extends To 14 With Win Over Union HARRISON, NJ (October 1, 2016) - The New York Red Bulls have struggled to...

Darren Mattocks Assists the Timbers to Victory Over Union

Playing in the friendly confines of Providence Park, the Portland Timbers were able to hammer out a 2-1 victory over the Philadelphia Union. A couple of Darren...

Philadelphia Union draw with Montreal Impact to drop points

CHESTER, PA (September 10, 2016) - Tonight was a must win night for the Philadelphia Union. Coming off a 3-0 loss away to Chicago...

Last Word SC Lost Episode: 2016 MLS SuperDraft And January Camp

(September 8, 2016) - On this final edition (hopefully) of Last Word SC Radio's Lost Episode series, Matt and Alec review the 2016 MLS...

Last Word SC Lost Episode: Austin Berry and Earnie Stewart

(August 28, 2016) - What's up peeps! You're probably wondering what we're doing publishing a podcasts on a Monday instead of a Thursday. Last Word...