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Nick Sakiewicz, the Union's CEO and chief operating partner, is expected to be relieved of his duties on Friday.
Video: Marc Narducci and Jonathan Tannenwald discuss what's next for the Union after losing in the final.
John Smallwood: Jim Curtn's goalkeeper switch for the penalty shootout worked, but the Union didn't win.
For the second straight year, the Union saw their run at the franchise's first trophy in its six-year existence end in frustrating fashion.
Teams are spending much more money than ever before, but that spending isn't spread evenly.
The Union are hoping for the same electricity as last year with one exception - a different final result.
Besides the glory of a trophy, winning a U.S. Open Cup brings financial and other benefits.
Mike Jensen: Temple is emerging this fall as a local power after winning just two games in 2014.
The Union visit New England with one eye focused on Wednesday's U.S. Open Cup final.
New midfielder Tranquillo Barnetta is making $661,500, the team's second-highest salary.
John Smallwood: Union fans' almost universal dislike and mistrust of Nick Sakiewicz cannot be ignored.