Sunday, July 5, 2015

Video: Kerith Gabriel and Marc Narducci break down the Philadelphia Union's 3-2 loss to the New York Red Bulls

There was a lot to talk about in the Union's 3-2 loss to the New York Red Bulls at PPL Park on Sunday. But the major talking point came afterwards.

Video: Kerith Gabriel and Marc Narducci break down the Philadelphia Union's 3-2 loss to the New York Red Bulls

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There was a lot to talk about in the Union's 3-2 loss to the New York Red Bulls at PPL Park on Sunday - especially the controversial second yellow card that got Freddy Adu sent off late in the first half.

But the major talking point came afterwards.

Union captain Danny Califf is on the trading block, and as Kerith reports below, a move of the stalwart defender "looks pretty imminent." Peter Nowak confirmed after Sunday's game has received at least one offer for Califf's services, although the club in question has not been confirmed.

Nowak also said that the Union "did not look to make this happen," and that Califf "is still with us."

That has not stopped a torrent of speculation on Twitter, though, about where Califf could be headed. Although I'm sure you'd like me to say something about the matter, I'm not going to give credence to the unsourced rumors you've read.

Then again, Kerith Gabriel of the Daily News just so happens to mention the name of the club to which Califf may be headed in the video below.

Have a look, and have your say about the matter in the comments.

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