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Curtin’s Press Conference, MLS Weekend Preview, and could the World Cups be played every two years now?



Philadelphia Union News

Pressing Points | Players Pushing for More Minutes
The Philadelphia Union head down to Washington, D.C. on Sunday night to take on D.C. United. In the middle of an 8-day gap between games, Head Coach Jim Curtin spoke to the media to give updates.

Union’s Kacper Przybylko tries a new position: attacking midfielder
The team’s top striker isn’t a natural fit for the deeper role, but he likes it so far.

MLS News

Weekend cheat sheet: Your guide to the key Week 6 storylines
We’re somewhere around 3/17ths or 7/34ths of the way done with the season and it feels we’re just getting through the heart of the early season narratives and moving into more well-informed, nuanced opinions.

San Jose Earthquakes legend Chris Wondolowski has been guiding Cade Cowell, 17, for years; now the teen is shining in MLS
Cowell adds that the biggest aspect he has picked up from Wondolowski is mentality. No matter how mundane the drill, no matter who is on the field, Wondolowski absolutely hates to lose. 

Rest of the World News

FIFA backs Saudi Arabia-led study for World Cups every two years
FIFA will carry out a feasibility study on holding the World Cup and the women’s World Cup every two years after backing a proposal at its annual congress on Friday.

Hello Union fans! My name is Alex and I've been doing the daily links post for Brotherly Game since the 2016 season. You'll find me on here with all the biggest news stories in MLS and around the world. I also live tweet many of the Union games, and I'm a season ticket hold in section 102. Stop by and say hi!

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