Philadelphia Union’s weekly radio program, “The 90th Minute,” on CBS Sports Radio 610 kicks off its second season on Tuesday, March 12 at Chickie’s and Pete’s in Northeast Philadelphia. The show, hosted by veteran television personality and current Union executive Carl Cherkin, Philadelphiaunion.com editor Kerith Gabriel and Union defender Chris Albright, will be broadcast from Chickie’s and Pete’s on Roosevelt Boulevard for the first seven weeks before rotating to different Chickie’s and Pete’s locations for seven week increments.
On April 30, the show will move to Chickie’s and Pete’s in Drexel Hill for seven shows, Chickie’s and Pete’s in Warrington on July 9 and Chickie’s and Pete’s in South Philly on August 27.
The 90th Minute will also be streamed on CBS Sports Radio 610 via CBSPhilly.com or the Radio.com app for Iphone or Android.
The event is free and open to the public, with on-air broadcasting scheduled from 6:00- 7:00 p.m. and various events such as a Union player meet-and-greet, raffles, prizes and giveaways from 6:00 p.m. -7:30 p.m.
In addition to Cherkin, Gabriel and Albright, each week’s show will include special guests such as Union players and coaches, members of the Union’s broadcast team and other prominent figures in the sports world. Tuesday’s show will feature Philadelphia Union CEO & Operating Partner Nick Sakiewicz. Fans are encouraged to submit questions via Facebook and Twitter, as well as on site at Chickie’s and Pete’s. On site prizes and giveaways include autographed items and authentic Union gear, as well as tickets for an upcoming Union match.
Fans dressed in Union gear will pay just $5 for a plain pizza and $10 for a plain pizza and order of crab fries.