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The Philadelphia Union is in the full swing of training camp, and the KYW Philly Soccer Show gets an inside look at how it’s going.
With two players coming into the Philadelphia Union via the MLS Superdraft, and Freddy Adu apparently leaving, the KYW Philly Soccer Show is here to make sense of it for you.
The MLS Superdraft is set for Thursday, January 17th, and the KYW Philly Soccer Show gets you ready for it.
He is the Philadelphia Union’s all-time leader in every offensive category, was the face of the franchise, and won the hearts of fans before his trade to the Vancouver White Caps this past January.
The Philadelphia Union have a new assistant coach, and the team gets set for the MLS Re-entry Draft.
Coach John Hackworth gives some candid answers about several topics affecting the team.
Nearly a year later, journalist Leander Schaerlaeckens tells the story that lead up to former Montreal Impact player David Testo’s decision to come out as gay.
One of the Philadelphia Union’s young guns is our guest in studio this week on the “KYW Philly Soccer Show.”
The Union will try to right the ship this weekend as they visit the equally struggling New England Revolution.
Cruz, 22, comes to the Union from DC United, in exchange for Lionard Pajoy.
A new member of the Philadelphia Union joins the KYW Philly Soccer show this week while the team says goodbye to another big name.
We’ve got two major guests this week on the KYW Philly Soccer Show as the Philadelphia Union gear up for a big match against the Chicago Fire.
The Philadelphia Union is riding a three-game league winning streak as it heads to New York Red Bulls’ territory for a game on Saturday.
The US Open Cup dream has ended abruptly for the Philadelphia Union, but the team won’t have time to dwell on the loss to Sporting KC as the Montreal Impact rolls into town.
The resurgent Philadelphia Union get a tough test this weekend as they head down to Houston to face the Dynamo. The KYW Philly Soccer Show gets you ready for this Eastern Conference clash.