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Philadelphia Union vs. New England Revolution: Your Running Commentary

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With the postseason chase picking up steam, the Philadelphia Union will be looking for a return to their winning ways when they take on the New England Revolution at PPL Park (8 p.m., Galavision).

Zac MacMath is set to get the start in goal in place of the injured Faryd Mondragon, and the rookie will have to do his part to keep Revs' DP striker Milton Caraglio off the scoreboard in a crucial match for the Union's postseason hopes, which have dwindled a bit during the club's six-game winless stretch.

The last team the Union beat was New England, which is hoping to improve on its 1-7-5 road record while returning to the playing field for the first time in 17 days.

If you will be watching the match, please feel free to share any thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below. Enjoy the action.


  1. The fans who booed had no idea the guy had a concussion. The Revs had been time wasting all night. They thought it was another time waster at first. As time went on it got quiet and the fans eventually clapped when the guy got up. I’m still pretty confused as to why, if the player had a concussion, they didn’t use the stretcher and immobilize his neck. Looked weird. Can’t really blame the fans when the boy cries wolf.


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