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Philadelphia Union News

The easy part of the Union’s schedule is over after just one game
The Union will play six games this month, as many as seven next month, and up to 10 in May. Those demands are why the team built up depth so much in the offseason.

MLS News

MLS Power Rankings: St. Louis CITY soar, Toronto FC tumble after Matchday 1
Union hold on to the top spot in the latest MLS Power Rankings thanks to their big win over Columbus

James Sands returns to NYCFC, signs new four-year contract
Other European opportunities were reportedly available, but the homegrown player has rejoined NYCFC after his loan to Rangers ended early.

LA Galaxy fill last Designated Player slot with Riqui Puig
But with Puig dominating after his arrival from Spain last season, making him a DP makes sense on two levels. He’s one of the biggest names on the team, yes, but he’s also one of the best players in the league, potentially an MLS MVP candidate this season and he will be counted on to be a key player for the Galaxy this season, perhaps the key player.

Facundo Torres signs new deal with Orlando City
Orlando City star winger Facundo Torres signed a new contract extension with the club, according to reports from Fabrizio Romano and Tom Bogert. Torres is reportedly signed through 2027 and Romano reported the deal includes a $30 million release clause.


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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