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Rapids Recap Dec 6-12...

Here’s what has transpired with the Rapids this past week.

Dec 9 – Rapids re-sign Sean St. Ledger – Good decision by the Rapids front office on the re-signing of St. 117 more words

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Rapids Finish Season In Last Place After 4-1 Loss To Portland

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – Three weeks ago, Portland was out of sync, at a loss for answers, and slipping out of the playoff picture.

Now, the Timbers have a three-game winning streak, a home game in the playoffs and look like one of the hottest teams heading into the postseason. 509 more words


Preseason: Rapids drop points to Sporting, 2-2 draw...

I know it’s only preseason, but if this were the regular season, the Rapids who lead for a majority of the game holding 3 points in their grasp. 160 more words

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Rapids add keeper Zac MacMath on loan from Union...

Another intra-league loan, oh joy! The Philadelphia Union loan keeper Zac MacMath to the Rapids for the 2015 season. MacMath, 23 was selected 5th overall in the 2011 Super Draft. 132 more words

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MacMath Loan Highlights Union Goalkeeping Shakeup

By Kevin Kinkead

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Union had been trying to move Zac MacMath for the better part of six months.

But with no clubs willing to make a serious offer for the fifth-year goalkeeper, the Union will instead settle for a loan deal and send MacMath to the Colorado Rapids in exchange for a draft pick. 213 more words


Why Did The Philadelphia Union Expose Its Goalkeepers?

By Kevin Kinkead

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — When the Philadelphia Union’s expansion draft protected list came out on Monday night, it was probably a surprise to see the omission of both Zac MacMath and Rais Mbolhi. 565 more words


Captain Clint fires Seattle Sounders to US Open Cup crown in 3-1 extra time win over Philadelphia

Clint Dempsey – who else – provided the game-winner with 18 minutes to go in extra time as Seattle Sounders won an exciting back-and-forth affair at PPL Park by a 3-1 score over a creative yet ultimately wasteful Philadelphia Union. 602 more words

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