Doug Plank

Soul One Win From ArenaBowlIt is the biggest game of the season for the Philadelphia Soul tonight as they host the Jacksonville Sharks in the Arena Football League's American Conference Championship Game.
Soul Open Playoffs Saturday Vs. VooDooIt's playoff time in the Arena Football League and the Philadelphia Soul open things up on Saturday night as they host the New Orleans VooDoo in the first round.
Soul Wrap Up Regular Season Sunday Vs. UtahComing off a bye week, the Philadelphia Union wrap up the regular season on Sunday evening at the Center as they host Utah.
Soul Look For Revenge Against SpokaneJust two games left in the regular season for the Arena League's Philadelphia Soul. One of them is Sunday night as they host Spokane.
Soul Looking to Stay Sharp With Division ClinchedSitting at 11-3, the Philadelphia Soul have clinched the Arena Football League's Eastern Division and home field advantage throughout the American Conference playoffs.
Soul Visit Milwaukee in Search of Third Straight Win
Soul Hope to Avoid Letdown Vs. OrlandoOn Saturday, the Soul will try to avoid a let down as they host a 1-9 Orlando Predator team.
Philadelphia Soul Visit Cleveland Sunday For Key GameIt's a critical Eastern Division showdown for the Philadelphia Soul on Sunday as they visit the Cleveland Gladiators.
6-2 Soul Host Jacksonville SaturdayThe Philadelphia Soul on Saturday night will try to bounce back from last week's heartbreaking one-point loss to Milwaukee when they host Jacksonville.
Undefeated Soul Host Cleveland Sunday in Home OpenerAfter opening the 2012 Arena Football League season with road wins in New Orleans and Pittsburgh, the Philadelphia Soul play their home opener on Sunday evening at the Center against the Cleveland Gladiators.
Arena Football: Philadelphia Soul Looking For Talent in Open TryoutOn Saturday, at the Eagles' NovaCare complex in South Philadelphia, the Soul will hold an open player tryout.
Arena Football: Doug Plank Eager To Get Started With Philadelphia SoulPlank replaces Mike Hohensee, who resigned at the end of the 2010 season (6-12).