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Sunday Morning Union Freekicks: Snatching A Point Away



The Philly Soccer Page ” Match report: DC United 2-2 Union
With Danny Mwanga in fine form and completely healthy, Peter Nowak made the Mwagic Man his only change to the lineup that lost the first half to Chivas last week.

Union Notes: A fond farewell for Fred –

WASHINGTON – A black banner with silver script was draped across the boards in RFK Stadium’s lower-level seats. The tarp, displayed near midfield, read: "THANKS, FRED!"

The Philly Soccer Page " Union v D.C. United in photos

PSP photographer Daniel Gajdamowicz made the trip to nation’s capital  for the Union v D.C. United game. Here’s a photo essay of all the action.

Video: Union-D.C. United postgame reactions | The Goalkeeper | 07/02/2011

Here’s what Union manager Peter Nowak, forward Carlos Ruiz, defender Sheanon Williams and midfielder Sébastien Le Toux had to say after the Union’s 2-2 draw with D.C. United at RFK Stadium in Washington.

Union tie D.C. United, 2-2 | Philadelphia Inquirer | 07/03/2011

WASHINGTON – For the second game in a row, the Union played a wide-open offensive affair, but, unlike last week’s 3-2 win over visiting Chivas USA, this time they settled for a draw.

Recap: Ruiz strikes late for 2-2 tie in DeRo's DC debut | Philadelphia Union

Washington, D.C. (July 2, 2011) – With hundreds of Union supporters shaking the upper deck of RFK Stadium after the short trip down I-95, Philadelphia…

Union scrap their way to gritty road draw in DC | Philadelphia Union
WASHINGTON – It took exactly half of Philadelphia Union's second season for the club to eclipse their expansion year total of seven road points. With…

MLS players cast their All-Star ballots | Philadelphia Union
Fan balloting for the 2011 AT&T MLS All-Star First XI closes at midnight on Tuesday, July 5, so there are still a few days to stuff the ballot with…

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