Sheanon Williams is our guest as the Philadelphia Union heads for Boston to take on the struggling New England Revolution. Meanwhile, the UEFA Champions League may be headed for an all-German final.
Chris discusses Mitt Romney’s relationship with Donald Trump and how it is being portrayed in the media. He talks to Ed Conard, a partner of Romney’s at Bain Capital, about is new book Unintended Consequences, to Phillies Television Play-by-Play Announcer Tom McCarthy about where the Phillies stand heading into June, and to Tom McGrath from the Philly Post about an article Chris wrote about President Obama’s college transcripts.
Real Madrid and Celtic FC will play a soccer match at Lincoln Financial Field.
Barcelona’s soccer players are the best-compensated in all of sports, with an average weekly pay of $166,934. The Phillies rank 9th.
Union are coming off a pair of international friendlies against Everton (1-0 win) and Real Madrid (2-1 loss). Overall, Philadelphia has 31 points and they are tied with Columbus Crew for the top spot in MLS Eastern Conference.
It will be a busy day down at the sports complex with three events taking place.
The Philadelphia Union is set to go head to head with Real Madrid at Lincoln Financial Field in triple digit heat. The field just announced new measures that could help fans stay cool during the game.
In this week’s edition, KYW’s Greg Orlandini and Philly Soccer Page writer Adam Cann tackle some of the big soccer topics on the local and national scene.
It’s a big day for soccer fans, as tickets go on sale today for the July 23rd match-up between international power Real Madrid and the Philadelphia Union.
The Philadelphia Union will host international soccer power Real Madrid in a friendly match at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday, July 23rd.