KEON DANIEL'S tenure with the Union officially ended yesterday, as the club announced it released the midfielder early in his fourth season in Philadelphia.
Since joining the Union in March 2011, Daniel made 64 appearances, including 46 starts, but had yet to play this season.
Officially, Daniel's departure came via "a contract termination by mutual consent," according to a statement released by the club. With the Union, the 27-year-old from Trinidad and Tobago scored two goals and recorded four assists while logging 4,126 minutes.
"We think this move is the best decision for both Keon's career and our club," Union manager John Hackworth said in the release. "We wish him luck and thank him for his contributions to the Union."