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July 26, 2010 | Daily News Staff Report
The Union acquired midfielder Justin Mapp from the Chicago Fire in exchange for allocation money. Mapp, 25, is in his ninth Major League Soccer season, posting 14 goals and 36 assists. He spent his rookie season with D.C. United and has been with Chicago since. He has one assist and two shots on goal this season. Mapp is expected to make his Union debut Saturday against the visiting New England Revolution. He has made eight appearances for the U.S. senior national team and also played for the Under-20 and Under-17 teams in international competition.
SPORTS
August 25, 2011
BEHIND A CORPS of young talent, the Union scored five goals in a 30-minute span as it rallied to defeat its United Soccer Leagues minor league affiliate, the Harrisburg City Islanders, on the road last night, 5-3, at the Skyline Sports Complex. The Islanders scored a pair within the first 20 minutes, but midfielder Justin Mapp opened the floodgates with a Union goal in the 48th minute. A minute later, Mapp provided the assist on the equalizer from former La Salle forward-turned-defender Ryan Richter.
NEWS
July 26, 2010 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Union made their second move within a week to bolster their midfield depth by acquiring Justin Mapp from the Chicago Fire on Monday for allocation money. Last week, the Union signed Eduardo "Chacho" Coudet, the 35-year-old midfielder from Club Athletico Colon in Argentina's First Division. Mapp, 25, is in his ninth Major League Soccer Season. This season he appeared in 10 games for the Fire, with six starts. He had no goals and one assist. Mapp, who hails from Brandon, Miss.
SPORTS
July 27, 2010 | Daily News Staff Report
The Union acquired midfielder Justin Mapp from the Chicago Fire in exchange for allocation money. Mapp, 25, is in his ninth Major League Soccer season. He spent his rookie season with D.C. United and has been with Chicago since, posting 14 goals and 36 assists in 174 games with the Fire. He has one assist and two shots on goal this season. Mapp is expected to make his Union debut Saturday against the visiting New England Revolution. He has made eight appearances for the U.S. senior national team and also played for the Under-20 and Under-17 teams in international competition.
SPORTS
July 27, 2010 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Union made their second move within a week to bolster their midfield depth by acquiring Justin Mapp from the Chicago Fire on Monday for allocation money. Last week, the Union signed Eduardo "Chacho" Coudet, the 35-year-old midfielder from Club Athletico Colon in Argentina's First Division. Mapp, 25, is in his ninth Major League Soccer season. This season, he appeared in 10 games for the Fire, with six starts. He had no goals and one assist. Mapp, who hails from Brandon, Miss.
SPORTS
November 24, 2011
The Montreal Impact made Houston Dynamo forward Brian Ching the first pick in Wednesday's Major League Soccer expansion draft. The Impact became the league's 19th team, and selected 10 players from 272 left unprotected. Among those taken was Union midfielder Justin Mapp . The Union responded by taking 23-year-old midfielder Nizar Khalfan in the MLS waiver draft after he was released by the Vancouver Whitecaps FC, and waiving goalkeeper Thorne Holder and defender Juan Diego González . A native of Mtwara, Tanzania, Khalfan appeared in 22 regular-season matches in 2011, including nine starts.
SPORTS
September 12, 2010 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Union made a change in goal and were rewarded with their first shutout of their inaugural Major League Soccer season. Making only his second start of the season, Brad Knighton produced some good saves and decisions as the Union defeated the Chicago Fire, 1-0, on Saturday before a sellout crowd of 18,563 at PPL Park in Chester. It was the first career MLS shutout for Knighton, who replaced Chris Seitz. After Seitz allowed a savable goal in last week's 1-1 draw with the visiting Kansas City Wizards, Union team manager Peter Nowak decided to make the change, which he says was a game-time decision.
SPORTS
August 30, 2010 | By KERITH GABRIEL, gabrielk@phillynews.com
With the ball - and calls - rolling in its favor, the Union took full advantage. The result was a much needed win that served as a boost of confidence for manager Peter Nowak's young team. And it was a win away from the friendly confines of PPL Park and Lincoln Financial Field. Coming off the bench, midfielder Justin Mapp fueled a 2-1 final over the New England Revolution Saturday night, in what was just the second road victory of the season for the Union. The first was a 3-2 win at Houston on May 29. Mapp, who entered the contest in the 65th minute, scored the winner in stoppage time with a blast from just in side the 18-yard box. Sebastien Le Toux won his own rebound off a shot attempt and laid the ball off for an onrushing Mapp, who one-timed the shot past Revs goalie Bobby Shuttleworth.
SPORTS
August 29, 2010 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - This one was a testament to the Union's reserves. Justin Mapp came off the bench to assist on a goal by fellow reserve Jack McInerney and then scored the winner during second-half stoppage time as the Union stunned the New England Revolution, 2-1, in Saturday night's Major League Soccer match at Gillette Stadium. Both goals were scored with the Union having a man advantage because of a Revolution red card. Inserted in the 77th minute, McInerney scored in the 82d after receiving an outstanding chip from Mapp.
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November 24, 2011
The Montreal Impact made Houston Dynamo forward Brian Ching the first pick in Wednesday's Major League Soccer expansion draft. The Impact became the league's 19th team, and selected 10 players from 272 left unprotected. Among those taken was Union midfielder Justin Mapp . The Union responded by taking 23-year-old midfielder Nizar Khalfan in the MLS waiver draft after he was released by the Vancouver Whitecaps FC, and waiving goalkeeper Thorne Holder and defender Juan Diego González . A native of Mtwara, Tanzania, Khalfan appeared in 22 regular-season matches in 2011, including nine starts.
NEWS
October 15, 2011 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Union admitted that it wasn't the ideal way to move into the postseason, but getting there was always the first goal. And if it took a tie against the team that entered the day having allowed the most goals in Major League Soccer, so be it. In their second season, the Union will be making their first MLS Cup playoffs appearance, following Saturday's 1-1 draw with Toronto before a record crowd of 19,178 at PPL Park in Chester. The tie secured one of the league's 10 playoff berths.
SPORTS
August 25, 2011
BEHIND A CORPS of young talent, the Union scored five goals in a 30-minute span as it rallied to defeat its United Soccer Leagues minor league affiliate, the Harrisburg City Islanders, on the road last night, 5-3, at the Skyline Sports Complex. The Islanders scored a pair within the first 20 minutes, but midfielder Justin Mapp opened the floodgates with a Union goal in the 48th minute. A minute later, Mapp provided the assist on the equalizer from former La Salle forward-turned-defender Ryan Richter.
SPORTS
September 12, 2010 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Union made a change in goal and were rewarded with their first shutout of their inaugural Major League Soccer season. Making only his second start of the season, Brad Knighton produced some good saves and decisions as the Union defeated the Chicago Fire, 1-0, on Saturday before a sellout crowd of 18,563 at PPL Park in Chester. It was the first career MLS shutout for Knighton, who replaced Chris Seitz. After Seitz allowed a savable goal in last week's 1-1 draw with the visiting Kansas City Wizards, Union team manager Peter Nowak decided to make the change, which he says was a game-time decision.
SPORTS
August 30, 2010 | By KERITH GABRIEL, gabrielk@phillynews.com
With the ball - and calls - rolling in its favor, the Union took full advantage. The result was a much needed win that served as a boost of confidence for manager Peter Nowak's young team. And it was a win away from the friendly confines of PPL Park and Lincoln Financial Field. Coming off the bench, midfielder Justin Mapp fueled a 2-1 final over the New England Revolution Saturday night, in what was just the second road victory of the season for the Union. The first was a 3-2 win at Houston on May 29. Mapp, who entered the contest in the 65th minute, scored the winner in stoppage time with a blast from just in side the 18-yard box. Sebastien Le Toux won his own rebound off a shot attempt and laid the ball off for an onrushing Mapp, who one-timed the shot past Revs goalie Bobby Shuttleworth.
SPORTS
August 29, 2010 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - This one was a testament to the Union's reserves. Justin Mapp came off the bench to assist on a goal by fellow reserve Jack McInerney and then scored the winner during second-half stoppage time as the Union stunned the New England Revolution, 2-1, in Saturday night's Major League Soccer match at Gillette Stadium. Both goals were scored with the Union having a man advantage because of a Revolution red card. Inserted in the 77th minute, McInerney scored in the 82d after receiving an outstanding chip from Mapp.
SPORTS
July 27, 2010 | Daily News Staff Report
The Union acquired midfielder Justin Mapp from the Chicago Fire in exchange for allocation money. Mapp, 25, is in his ninth Major League Soccer season. He spent his rookie season with D.C. United and has been with Chicago since, posting 14 goals and 36 assists in 174 games with the Fire. He has one assist and two shots on goal this season. Mapp is expected to make his Union debut Saturday against the visiting New England Revolution. He has made eight appearances for the U.S. senior national team and also played for the Under-20 and Under-17 teams in international competition.
SPORTS
July 27, 2010 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Union made their second move within a week to bolster their midfield depth by acquiring Justin Mapp from the Chicago Fire on Monday for allocation money. Last week, the Union signed Eduardo "Chacho" Coudet, the 35-year-old midfielder from Club Athletico Colon in Argentina's First Division. Mapp, 25, is in his ninth Major League Soccer season. This season, he appeared in 10 games for the Fire, with six starts. He had no goals and one assist. Mapp, who hails from Brandon, Miss.
NEWS
July 26, 2010 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Union made their second move within a week to bolster their midfield depth by acquiring Justin Mapp from the Chicago Fire on Monday for allocation money. Last week, the Union signed Eduardo "Chacho" Coudet, the 35-year-old midfielder from Club Athletico Colon in Argentina's First Division. Mapp, 25, is in his ninth Major League Soccer Season. This season he appeared in 10 games for the Fire, with six starts. He had no goals and one assist. Mapp, who hails from Brandon, Miss.
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