Philly Soccer Show: Union Part Ways With First And Only CEOThe Nick Sakiewicz era is over, and the KYW Philly Soccer Show has the latest for you.
Sources: Nick Sakiewicz Out as Philadelphia Union CEOSources tell CBS 3 that team CEO and Operating Partner Nick Sakiewicz will be removed from his duties on Friday morning.
Union Lose To Sporting KC On Penalties In US Open Cup FinalJordi Quintilla scored the winner in the eighth round of penalty kicks, Tim Melia made two saves in the tiebreaker and Sporting Kansas City beat the Philadelphia Union on Wednesday night for their third U.S. Open Cup title.
Late Union Rally Falls Short In 2-1 Loss To CrewThe Columbus Crew held on to beat the Philadelphia Union 2-1 on Saturday night.
Union Breakdown: Switching Fields And Blown AssignmentsConor Casey snagged a brace in the Union’s 2-1 road win at San Jose on Labor Day weekend. It was Philadelphia’s first win in San Jose since joining Major League Soccer in 2010.
Rally Kicks Off Contract Talks Between Phila. Building Owners And Union WorkersThe two sides are coming to the end of a four year deal that included a signing bonus, a salary increase of 6.7 percent and improved health benefits.
Philly Soccer Show: Playoffs Slipping Away For Union As US Open Cup NearsA postseason berth seems to be slipping away for the Union, but they still have the US Open Cup final at PPL Park this month.
Union's Playoff Hopes Take Hit In 1-0 Loss To RevolutionThe Union missed an opportunity to move into an Eastern Conference playoff position in the loss.
Philly Soccer Show: Union Goalkeeper Back In ActionThe 2014 first overall pick in the MLS Super Draft talks about getting the shutout and victory in Montreal last week.
Le Toux Scores In 78th, Union Beat Impact 1-0Philadelphia ended a five-game winless streak.
Union’s Late Push Not Enough In 0-0 Tie With Orlando CityThe Union played hard late, but had to settle for a scoreless draw Saturday night.
Former Ironworkers' Union Boss Sentenced To 19 Years In PrisonSeventy-three-year-old Joe Dougherty was sentenced to 19 years in prison, after being convicted of conspiracy, arson and extortion.