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Miami franchise close and using the crowd to design LAFC; Brotherly Game Daily Links 11/10/16

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Derik Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

Roland Alberg reflects on first Union season
Speaking with reporters for the final time this year, Roland Alberg claimed that he was having a child on December 14th.

QUARTERFINAL 1: Player of the Year
Brian Carroll defeated Alejandro Bedoya in the knockout round and now he's taking on Keegan Rosenberry.

MLS News

Montreal Impact, Toronto FC re-igniting Canada's best sports rivalry
The Montreal-Toronto sports rivalry has historically taken place on the ice and the gridiron. But thanks to the Impact and TFC, its newest and most heated iteration will play out on the soccer pitch.

Jeff Cassar given new contract at Real Salt Lake, terms undisclosed
Real Salt Lake will retain coach Jeff Cassar for 2017, according to a club-issued press release, with undisclosed terms.

Sounders tap Tanzanian club for potential trialists
Defender Hassan Isihaka and goalkeeper Rostand Youthe could be in Seattle soon.

How LAFC supporters' groups are influencing the team's new stadium design
As LAFC has built from complete scratch, they’ve involved supporters in every aspect from day one.

Miami MLS franchise 'really, really close'
The intense rivalry between Toronto FC and the Montreal Impact has Tim Leiweke "anxious" to help David Beckham bring MLS to Miami.

US Soccer News

Why Michael Bradley at the No. 6 has been key for the US national team
US national team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has done little to quiet that debate during his tenure, playing the captain as a box-to-box midfielder, an attacking midfielder and as a defensive midfielder at various times.

Das American: Christian Pulisic's Spectacular Rise
America may be the world's sole superpower, and the nation that put a man on the moon, yet despite its population of 330 million, it has never produced a single world-class footballer.