The Goalkeeper Archive: August, 2010

U.S. Soccer president: Bradley's record 'speaks for itself'

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Topping the post with some breaking Union news: The club announced today that it has signed 20-year-old American defender/midfielder Sheanon... Read more

Rank and File: Union at New England Revolution

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A few quick tidbits before we get to your player ratings. First of all, the Union announced yesterday that Wednesday night's game against Chivas... Read more

Bob Bradley gets four more years

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The U.S. Soccer Federation announced this evening that men's national team head coach Bob Bradley has been given a four-year contract extension... Read more

Take Two: Union at New England Revolution

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- Peter Nowak isn't afraid to gamble, and he hit the jackpot Saturday night. All three of the substitutions Nowak made against New England... Read more

Video highlights of the Union's win

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Sebastien Le Toux, Jack McInerney and other Union players celebrate with the Sons (and Daughters) of Ben who traveled to Gillette Stadium... Read more

PPL Park to host U.S. men's national team on Oct. 12

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The news has just broken that PPL Park will host the United States men's national team's friendly against Colombia on October 12. J.P. Dellacamera... Read more

Rank and File: Union at D.C. United

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Before we get to the ratings, a few minor news items. First of all, there was some discussion on Twitter yesterday about the current Major... Read more

Take Two: Union at D.C. United

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A few more thoughts after watching a replay of Sunday's game... - We didn't see as much from Eduardo Coudet as we have in previous games.... Read more

U.S. women's national team to play at PPL Park

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The U.S. Soccer Federation announced Monday afternoon that the women's national team will play China at PPL Park on October 6 at 7 p.m. It... Read more

Union lack 'substance' in bad loss

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WASHINGTON - Peter Nowak wasn't happy, and he shouldn't have been. The Union's 2-0 loss to D.C. United at RFK Stadium was without question... Read more