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April 19, 2015
"WE HAVE TO REGROUP"
Union moving on from Sunday's loss

CHESTER, Pa. – It appeared as if the Philadelphia Union had started to trend upward. Following three consecutive losses, they responded with a win and a draw against New York City FC. But the Union (1-4-3) couldn’t continue adding points and suffered a maddening 2-1 defeat to the New England Revolution (3-2-2) before a crowd of 18,106 Sunday at PPL Park.


April 19, 2015
ANOTHER LEAD EVAPORATES
Union fall to New England 2-1

CHESTER, Pa. – Holding leads has been issue throughout the brief history of the Philadelphia Union.

It has especially been a problem this season.

The Union (1-4-3) were unable to protect a 1-0 halftime lead and fell 2-1 to the New England Revolution (3-2-2) before a crowd of 18,106 Sunday at PPL Park.


April 18, 2015
BOOKENDS
Union looking to end busy stretch as they started it - with a win

The Philadelphia Union began a difficult three-match, nine-day stretch on April 11 with a 2-1 win over New York City FC.
They’ll try to end the stretch the same way – with another three points.


April 17, 2015
SERVING HIS COUNTRY
Zach Pfeffer's off to Austria with U.S. U-20s

Union forward Zach Pfeffer has been called up to the U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team for a foreign training camp which will take place from April 18-26 in Linz, Austria.


April 17, 2015
STAYING FOCUSED
Sapong ends scoring drought with equalizer against NYC

BRONX, NY--C.J. Sapong was simply happy to contribute.


April 16, 2015
BATTLING BACK
Union rally to 1-1 road draw with NYC

BRONX, NY--C.J. Sapong’s goal in the 86th minute helped the Philadelphia Union secure a huge road point in a 1-1 draw against New York City FC Thursday night at Yankee Stadium.


April 15, 2015
ONE MORE TIME
Union set for rematch against NYCFC

In their sixth regular season match, the Philadelphia Union finally wound up with three points after a 2-1 victory over New York City FC. The goal now is to do it again.


April 11, 2015
JUST WHAT THEY NEEDED
Union post first win of season, 2-1 over NYC

CHESTER, Pa. – Cristian Maidana was standing at midfield as the third Philadelphia Union substitute. Maidana was scheduled to come in for Vincent Nogueira around the 80th minute. But Union head coach Jim Curtin noticed Zach Pfeffer was beginning to cramp and changed his mind on the sub. Good thing.


April 11, 2015
STOPPING THE SKID
Union snatch 2-1 stoppage time win over NYC

CHESTER, Pa. – Vincent Nogueira’s goal in the first minute of stoppage time lifted the Philadelphia Union to a much-needed 2-1 victory over New York City FC Saturday afternoon at PPL Park.


April 9, 2015
NEW LOOK FOR NYC
McCarthy will make MLS debut in goal for Union on Saturday

The first five matches were rather ugly. When that happens, changes usually occur. And occur they have for the Philadelphia Union. Rookie goalkeeper John McCarthy will make his Major League Soccer debut Saturday afternoon when the Union host NYCFC (1-1-2) at PPL Park (4:00 pm, 6abc).


April 8, 2015
BANISHED
Curtin sends M'Bolhi packing, at least for a while

It seems the last time a Philadelphia-area soccer franchise had a clear cut goalkeeping situation was back when Bob Rigby was in net for the Philadelphia Atoms.


April 8, 2015
EXPANSION IN NAME ONLY
Curtin, Carroll comment on NYC FC

New York City FC might be an expansion team, but to some the new kids on the block are a first-year team in name only. To the Philadelphia Union, the Major League Soccer club is a viable and dangerous side.


April 6, 2015
DON'T STOP BELIEVING
Union keep positive outlook despite disappointing start

Despite a five-match winless streak to open the 2015 season, the Philadelphia Union remain positive. They believe wins will come.


April 5, 2015
UNION BUSTERS
Sporting KC scores twice in stoppage time for 3-2 win

KANSAS CITY, Kan.--For 90 minutes, the Philadelphia Union played well enough to win. They held a 2-1 lead at Sporting Kansas City and looked primed to earn their first victory in five tries this season. But six minutes of stoppage time proved to be heartbreaking.


April 3, 2015
SHORTHANDED
Union bench thin for Sunday's match against Sporting Kansas City

Injuries and suspensions are piling up, leaving the Union thin as a toothpick. And the schedule doesn’t lighten up with a trip looming at Sporting Kansas City Sunday night (7:00 pm. Fox Sports 1).


March 31, 2015
FRED SEES RED
Second Union player with 2-game suspension

The MLS Disciplinary Committee has suspended Union midfielder Fred one additional game (2 games total)


March 30, 2015
PFEFFER JOINS U-23s
Available for game in Denmark

Union forward Zach Pfeffer has been called up to the U.S. Under-23 Men’s National Team for its match against Denmark on Tuesday, March 31 in Copenhagen.


March 29, 2015
NOT HAPPY
Loss to Chicago leaves Curtin fuming

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill--Another match, another frustrating result. For the second consecutive match, the Philadelphia Union drew a red card and finished with 10 men.


March 29, 2015
RED ALERT
Union suffer second straight shorthanded loss, 1-0 to Chicago

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill--Another match, another frustrating result.
For the second consecutive match, the Philadelphia Union drew a red card and finished with 10 men. For the second consecutive match, it proved costly.


March 28, 2015
NO GUARANTEES
Shorthanded Union face winless Chicago on Sunday

The Philadelphia Union don’t just need a road victory. They simply need a victory. Even against a winless club in the Chicago Fire (0-3-0), nothing is guaranteed. Especially since the Union (0-1-2) have yet to pick up three points this season.


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