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Sunday Night Union Freekicks: Union Offense Finally Booms, Not Busts



The Philly Soccer Page " Match report: Toronto FC 2-6 Union

With Houston yet to play today, Philadelphia Union suddenly have the second most prolific offense in the East (tied for second most in all of MLS).

Union's offense explodes in 6-2 rout of Toronto FC | The Goalkeeper | 05/28/2011

After scoring three goals in the first half – including two in the first 11 minutes – the Union gave up two goals early in the second half, then scored two more in the last half hour in a 5-2 win over Toronto FC.

Union routs Toronto FC, 6-2 | Philadelphia Inquirer | 05/29/2011

TORONTO – When the halftime whistle blew at BMO Field, the Union appeared to be on the way toward by far their most impressive win of the season.

CHRIS AGORSOR – THE COMEBACK KID | Union Sound | Philadelphia Union
Thursday, April 28 Jordan Harvey Jordan Harvey returns to the studio to talk about Philadelphia’s bye week, the Seattle tie, new experience in t…

Attacking outburst shows Philadelphia's depth, potential | Philadelphia Union

Philadelphia Union players, coaches and fans all knew the goals would start to come for a club that’s been offensively lifeless for much of the 2010…

Union make statement with dominant 6-2 victory in Toronto | Philadelphia Union

In only their second season, the Union continue to make major strides.This was their most forceful statement yet.   Last Saturday, the club showe…

Recap: Union find goal-scoring touch in rout of Toronto | Philadelphia Union

Toronto, ON (May 28, 2011) – The Philadelphia Union (6-3-2) were struggling offensively in 2011, but a week after scoring multiple goals for th… 

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