Lister is back with a final edition of Three Takeaways, in which he provides his own analysis on the Philadelphia Union’s 2017 Major League Soccer campaign. Dear Reader, Sorry for the lack of posts toward the end of the season. I hope to improve on the amount of Three Takeaways […]
In fitting fashion, John and Jason return to “bottle” another episode of We The People Podcast on UnionFanTV. Brought to you by Coca-Cola (joking, not joking), Ep. 9 has everything you, the Fan, need to know about the latest brewing in the Rumor Mill for the Philadelphia Union, proper Greek pronunciations, […]
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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.