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MLS Playoffs-bound Philadelphia Union, sets new all-time wins record in 2019

The Philadelphia Union, owned by Keystone Sports and Entertainment LLC, has been a member of Major League Soccer since 2008 but hit the field in 2010.

They have qualified for the MLS Playoffs three times prior to this season. 2019 will be their fourth playoff berth.

With 16 wins on the season, the Union have now set a new all-time single-season wins record, surpassing the old mark which was set in 2018 of 15 wins.

Philadelphia’s 10 home wins in 2019, ties their previous total from 2017 for the club record.

With one game to go, next Sunday at home against NY City FC, the Union still have a chance to add to the club-high mark.

Kacper Przybyłko, Polish striker leads Philadelphia Union with 15 goals

Kacper Przybyłko (23) looking to be set up to strike for Philadelphia (photo by Jessica Laicy)

Kacper Przybylko was a big pickup late last season by the Philadelphia Union.

The 26-year-old Polish striker, was signed in September for the remainder of the 2018 season and an option for 2019. Although, he did not play in any games last season, his option was still picked up by the club. That was a great decision because he is one of the reasons, the Union are one of the MLS’s surprise top teams this season and are playoff-bound.

Born in Bielefeld, Germany, the 6’4 scorer, who loves to play a physical game, with a temper, scored his team-leading 15th goal of the season in Philadelphia’s last match on September 25 at San Jose. That tied him for 5th in the MLS and leads the team.

He has now scored the second-most goals in a single-season in club history, passing up Sebastien Le Toux who had 14 in 2014.

The only Union’s player with more is C.J. Sapong, who scored 16 in 2017.

That goal against the Earthquakes was Przybylko’s fourth game-winning goal of the season, a team-high in 2019.

Kacper Przybyłko comes from a sporting family of Polish origin. His twin brother, Jakub, is also a footballer. His older brother Masteusz Przybylko, is a High Jumper representing Germany in international competitions.

MLS announces fine of Portland Timbers owner Merritt Paulson


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NEW YORK (Friday, Sept. 27, 2019) – Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber announced today that Portland Timbers Owner Merritt Paulson has been fined $100,000 for misconduct directed at match officials on the field following the Timbers’ match against the New England Revolution on Sept. 25.



MLS announces Disciplinary Committee Decisions

NEW YORK (Friday, Sept. 27, 2019) – The MLS Disciplinary Committee has found the Portland Timbers in violation of the mass confrontation policy following their match against the New England Revolution on Sept. 25. Portland has violated the mass confrontation policy for a third time this season, and the organization and head coach Giovanni Savarese have been issued undisclosed fines for their actions (VIDEO ).

The MLS Disciplinary Committee has issued an undisclosed fine to San Jose Earthquakes forward Cristian Espinoza for violent conduct in the 34th minute of San Jose’s match against Atlanta United on Sept. 21 (VIDEO).

The MLS Disciplinary Committee has also issued an additional undisclosed fine to Espinoza for failure to leave the field in a timely manner after receiving his red card in the 34th minute against Atlanta United on Sept. 21 (VIDEO).


2019 MLS Expansion Draft: Inter Miami CF, Nashville SC can select up to five players


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2019 MLS Expansion Draft on Nov. 19

2019 MLS Expansion Priority Draft set for Oct. 6 during’s “Matchday Central: Decision Day presented by AT&T Pregame Show”
NEW YORK (September 19, 2019) – The momentum continues for Major League Soccer’s 2020 expansion clubs Inter Miami CF and Nashville SC, as MLS today announced that the 2019 MLS Expansion Draft will take place on Nov. 19. In addition, the 2019 MLS Expansion Priority Draft on Oct. 6 will kick off an intense final day of the regular season during’s “Matchday Central: Decision Day presented by AT&T Pregame Show.”

The Expansion Draft provides an opportunity for Miami and Nashville to strengthen their MLS rosters by selecting up to five current players from other MLS teams. Each current MLS team may protect up to 12 rostered players (previously 11 in years past) from inclusion on the eligible players list.

The complete list of players eligible for selection in the 2019 MLS Expansion Draft will be released on Saturday, November 16.

Exempt clubs with players selected by FC Cincinnati in the 2018 Expansion Draft are D.C. United, Vancouver Whitecaps FC, FC Dallas, the Houston Dynamo, and the New York Red Bulls.

Notable former Expansion Draft picks include a pair of LAFC’s 2017 selections: Latif Blessing and Tyler Miller. Blessing has six goals and five assists alongside Miller’s nine shutouts for the top-ranked club in league standings. FC Cincinnati selected Darren Mattocks and Roland Lamah in 2018, and both became regular contributors for the club this season.

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As a prelude to the Expansion Draft, live from midtown Manhattan on Oct. 6 at 3 p.m. ET, Inter Miami CF Managing Owner & CEO Jorge Mas with Sporting Director Paul McDonough will be front and center alongside Nashville SC CEO Ian Ayre and General Manager Mike Jacobs for the 2019 MLS Expansion Priority Draft.

The event will lead into an exciting day of MLS coverage during the “Matchday Central: Decision Day presented by AT&T Pregame Show,” which will stream live on, and through the MLS appTwitterFacebook, and YouTube.

An opening coin toss for the Expansion Priority Draft will determine which club receives the first pick among the five available player-acquisition methods. Following the first pick, teams will alternate through subsequent selections until all roster-building mechanisms have been chosen.

MLS Expansion Priority Draft

  1. No.1 pick in 2019 MLS Expansion Draft
  2. No.1 pick in 2020 MLS SuperDraft presented by adidas
  3. No.1 position in Allocation Ranking Order
  4. Penultimate position in MLS Re-Entry and End-of-Year Waiver Order
  5. Penultimate position in Discovery Player Ranking


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