By Greg Orlandini

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (CBS) — He’s become a mainstay in the Philadelphia Union midfield and he’s in the studio this week on the KYW Philly Soccer Show. Michael Lahoud sits down with KYW’s Greg Orlandini and Philly Soccer Page writer Eli Pearlman-Storch. The Sierra Leone-native talks about his evolution on the team, from a squad player to a player who has found himself more and more in the starting lineup. He talked about the mood of the team coming off an embarrassing loss against the Red Bulls in New York and as they prepare for the last game of the MLS season at PPL Park against Orlando City.

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Greg and Eli then discuss the Union’s pending offseason. The team is slated to hire a sporting director to oversee player acquisition, which likely means a lot of changes on the field. They talk about who will stay and who may go.

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