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Philadelphia Union striker Mikael Uhre named MLS Player of the Matchday
Uhre recorded his first career MLS hat trick during the club’s 4-2 victory over Toronto FC on Saturday, April 22. Through nine games, Uhre leads the Union with five goals and trails only Seattle’s Jordan Morris (eight), LAFC’s Dénis Bouanga (seven), and San Jose’s Cristian Espinoza (six) in the MLS Golden Boot.
MLS News

Sporting KC’s sad state, Chicago’s Shaqiri problem & more from Matchday 9
A bounce-back weekend for Cincy and the Sounders, the Galaxy finally woke up, Sporting stayed asleep and everything else from Matchday 9 to come.

MLS Team of the Matchday: Roman Bürki, Riqui Puig among Matchday 9’s best
Along with Mikael Uhre making the starting XI for the MLS Team of the Matchday, Kai Wagner makes the bench.

Rest of the World News

Chelsea in advanced talks with Mauricio Pochettino for manager role
Pochettino, 51, has been out of work since leaving Paris Saint-Germain at the end of last season, but the former Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur manager has now emerged as the favoured candidate to take charge at Chelsea.

Tottenham sack interim boss Cristian Stellini after 6-1 thrashing at Newcastle; Ryan Mason to take charge
Spurs were 5-0 down within 21 minutes at St. James’ Park on Sunday in a humbling defeat that further derailed their bid for Champions League qualification next season.

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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