Sunday, February 14, 2016

Video: Analysis of the Union's win over Toronto

It took a long time for the raucous din at PPL Park to finally die down Saturday night after Kléberson's magificent game-winning free kick.

Video: Analysis of the Union's win over Toronto


It took a long time for the raucous din at PPL Park to finally die down on Saturday after Kléberson's magificent game-winning free kick.

From the River End to press row - and maybe, just maybe, to that white-lined box near the Union's bench - everyone in the building knew just how big a moment it was.

At the end of the night, I got together with the Inquirer's Marc Narducci to talk about what the goal meant, what the win meant, and where the Union can go from here. Watch the video above.

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(And by the way, just a few moments before I put up this post, John Hackworth became the longest-tenured professional team coach in Philadelphia sports. How about that.)

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