The New York Red Bulls have joined the ever-growing list of MLS teams that have sent a young player to Europe, meaning that the race is on to see which academy can boast the most talent.
The best goalkeeper in North America has committed his future to the Union–Andre Blake has signed a contract extension with the Boys In Blue.
Union sporting director Ernst Tanner has agreed to extend his contract with the club.
The fans are back, and so is the Union’s MLS form. Here’s everything you missed from the Union’s victory over Columbus Crew:
SoccerWire just named the Union’s academy the best development program in the nation for young soccer players. Here’s what that means for their young players going forward:
The Union have the potential to become a training ground for Europe’s next young American superstars—but should they be trying to keep them in the U.S. or ship them off when Europe comes calling?
The Philadelphia Union are one of MLS’ rising stars, and have proven that they’re no flash in the pan. After 11 years, their city needs to include them when referring to the FIVE major sports teams.
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