New York Red Bulls Vs. Philadelphia Union Preview: Revenge Is In The Air – Once A Metro
The New York Red Bulls will look to get back on track after two successive draws as they visit the Eastern Conference leading Philadelphia Union on Saturday night.
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I am not sure where I start with this one. I mean the one thing we can all agree upon is "WeAllHateRedBull", right? We do, I mean at least I do, but maybe not for all the same reasons as everyone else. Before I really get into some deep deep thought (its now 05:21 and I am working after being up all day with the family), lets look at what we need from the next two matches and why.
Game #4 Preview: Philadelphia Union vs. New York | American Soccer News
The I-95 derby looms and Union fans are ravenous for a rivalry win. A little over 100 miles separate the two teams and in less than two years, even if the on the field product hasn't matched it yet, the supporters have fueled a rivalry that will deepen and intensify as the years progress. The Union are coming off a tough midweek loss that saw potential starters put in 120 minutes of work and now, in regular season play, look to jumpstart their offense before the Red Bulls figure out how to jumpstart theirs.
NOT A CONCERN Nowak says offense will start to click | Philly Soccer News
On paper, the Philadelphia Union has one of the strongest offensive combinations in Major League Soccer in Sebastien Le Toux and Carlos Ruiz. On the scoreboard so far this season, that’s another issue, as the pair have combined for only one goal, in the team’s home opening win against Vancouver.
Red Bulls need more offense – NorthJersey.com
Step away from the hype for a moment and deal with reality.
Dwayne De Rosario, New York Red Bulls in Philadelphia to face Union, preview – MLS News | FOX Sports on MSN
Preview of Saturdays game between the New York Red Bulls and Philadelphia Union.