The Union’s eight-game unbeaten streak ended with a heartbreaking loss to Nashville SC in the teams’ first time facing each other. Here’s what you need to know about the game:Read more »
On Saint Patrick’s day at Talen Energy Stadium, the Son’s of Ben were gifted with a start from the new Philadelphia Union number 10, Borek Dockal in a 0-0 draw with the Columbus Crew.
Replacing Anthony Fontana, Dockal looked like he needed time to settle in in the early going. But while that happened the Union defense held firm and kept the fast-starting Crew off of the scoreboard. In their second game together, the pairing of Auston Trusty and Jack Elliott looked more assured and were able to keep Zardes at bay.
Embed from Getty Images Fresh off of a bye week, the Philadelphia Union will welcome the red-hot Columbus Crew to town….Read more »
The expectations of the season rest on Borek Dockal producing. Photo Credit Philadelphia Union Communications During the history of the…Read more »
Wednesday’s news of Borek Dockal signing with the Philadelphia Union provided a sigh of relief for Union fans everywhere. The long-awaited attacking midfielder not only provides a solution for a position of need, but allows the rest of the offensive weapons on this squad to thrive at their positions. While the attacking core of this Union team is far from the most potent on paper across Major League Soccer, there are blue chip pieces on this squad that can wreak havoc should they gel in the ways expected by head coach Jim Curtin. Here’s your preview of who’s getting the minutes and what to expect from the Union attack this seasoRead more »