Philly Soccer Show: Union Fights Its Way Back
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The KYW Philly Soccer Show this week comes on the heels of an exciting match at PPL Park.
KYW’s Greg Orlandini and Philly Soccer Page writer Eli Pearlman-Storch are at the helm this week.
The Union, facing a 4-1 deficit at halftime, rallied to earn a 4-4 draw against the New England Revolution. The Philadelphia team was powered by two goals from Sebastian Le Toux, who has three tallies in the last two games.
In part one, Greg and Eli break down the game with James Clark (right), soccer writer for the Press of Atlantic City.
While the Union earned a point in the draw, they are still winless since mid-July. The Union have two upcoming home games (Portland Timbers and Columbus Crew), and can gain ground in the Eastern Conference with wins in both.
Listen to Part 1…
In part two, Greg and Eli look at the US Men’s National team. The US is winless so far in three friendly games under new coach Jurgen Klinnsmen.
Klinnsmen has been experimenting with new players and formations since taking over, trying to find the right fit as the team prepares for World Cup qualifications next year.
Listen to Part 2…
Reported by Greg Orlandini, KYW Newsradio 1060