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PROVING GROUND
Andre Blake gets a chance to impress against Crystal Palace
Union reserve goalkeeper Andre Blake finished with six saves in Fridayís 1-0 friendly loss to Crystal Palace at PPL Park.
Union reserve goalkeeper Andre Blake finished with six saves in Fridayís 1-0 friendly loss to Crystal Palace at PPL Park.
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CHESTER, Pa. Ė All season long, Andre Blake has been sitting on the Philadelphia Union bench waiting for an opportunity to show his stuff. Besides a couple of starts in U.S. Open Cup games and appearances in exhibition contests, the former number one pick hasnít been able to show all he can do between the pipes. He got a chance in Fridayís international friendly with Crystal Palace, and came up big with six saves. Complete story
US YOUTH SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIPS
YMS Premier Xplosion, Lehigh Valley United advance
GERMANTOWN, Pa.---Two Eastern Pennsylvania teams advanced to the finals of the US Youth Soccer Championship with semi-final wins at the Maryland SoccerPlex on Saturday. Complete story

BOUNCED OUT
Reading's playoff trip is short
READING, Penn.--- CFC Azul knocked Reading United AC out of the Premier Development League playoffs with a three goal barrage at Gurski Stadium Tuesday night. Complete story
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Narrow wins for Roma, ManU

LANDOVER, Md.óManchester United converted all five of their penalty kicks to take a 5-4 tiebreaker win over Inter Milan after a scoreless 90 minutes Tuesday at FedEx Field.

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DON'T BLAME IT ON RIO (DAY 18)
When eating (sleeping and exercising) is a luxury
SAO PAULO, Brazil -- When you have gone to enough World Cups as I have, you learn from experience, sometimes bad experiences. But you learn.
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Threads in soccerís colorful tapestry
Phil Stephens never met Nancy Osserman. Itís too bad. They would have gotten along famously, if for no other reason than each provided a rather long thread in the colorful tapestry that is American soccer.
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BEATING THE HEAT
Graham Zusi talks hydration

Graham Zusi has had to play under various conditions that make it difficult to stay hydrated. Over the past several months, U.S. National team and Sporting Kansas City midfielder Graham Zusi has had to play in places like Azteca Stadium in Mexico City and R.F.K. Stadium on a sweltering June day, as well as at elevation in places like Denver and Salt Lake City, so he's become somewhat of an expert on hydration.

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