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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A familiar face heads to PPL Park this Saturday, as the Philadelphia Union’s all-time leading scorer comes to town.
Sebastein Le Toux is the guest on this week’s KYW Philly Soccer Show. The Vancouver Whitecaps forward talks candidly about his time in, and departure from, Philadelphia. He also talks about what it’s like playing for the Western Conference-leading Whitecaps.
Listen to Part 1…
The Union are three games into the season and without a win or a point. The team struggled to generate much offense against the speedy Chicago Fire (see game story), and will face the freewheeling, Le Toux-led Whitecaps this Saturday.
The team has been changing lineups and using a new three-man defensive system as they struggle through the start of the season. In part two, we take a look.
Listen to Part 2…
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Next, we turn to the US Men’s Olympic team, which has failed to qualify for this summer’s games in London.
Caleb Porter’s men, which include Union players Freddy Adu, Sheanon Williams, and Amobi Okugo, drew 3-3 with El Salvador, preventing them from advancing to the next qualifying round.
In part three, we ask what the future holds for Porter, who is also the head coach at the University of Akron.
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