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Brotherly Game Daily Links 5/16/16

Happy Monday everyone. It's Rivalry Week as the Union face DC United this Friday, but before that we have some links to get to.

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Philadelphia Union News

Armchair Analyst: Union's Keegan Rosenberry is already a defensive monster
MLS ran an article stating what we already, which is Keegan Rosenberry will be rock in the back line for years to come.

Backup GK Worra becomes unsung hero for D.C. United
DC's number one choice goalkeeper Bill Hamid hasn't seen action yet this year, but backup Travis Worra has done well enough to make people forget he was originally the third choice goalkeeper at the beginning of the year. He'll be a key for Friday's game.

MLS News

MLS: Whitecaps win seven-goal thriller, Rapids held
Here's a recap of this weekend's action that you may have missed watching the Union game.

The 10 Worst Signings in MLS History
New York Daily News put together a top ten list of the worst signings in MLS history. Unfortunately the Union made the list with the Rais M'Bolhi debacle. Luckily Andre Blake is helping us forget about him.

MLS: Whitecaps win seven-goal thriller, Rapids held
Here's a recap of Saturday's action that you may have missed watching the Union game.

Orlando City vs. Sporting Kansas City: Final Score 2-1 as Lions Yield 34 Shots in Poor Outing
Sunday's early game saw Kansas City defeat Orlando City 2-1.

US Soccer News

U.S. striker Bobby Wood signs for Hamburg on four-year contract
It's official now as Bobby Wood has put the pen to paper to join Hamburg.

Altidore's latest hamstring injury puts Copa America in doubt
Jozy Altidore suffered a hamstring injury in Toronto FC's match against Vancouver on Saturday, putting his Copa America in jeopardy.

Rest of the World News

Euro 2016: Leicester's N'Golo Kante in France squad
The final 23-man French squad for Euro 2016 was announced last week.

Hull City take 3-0 first-leg lead over Derby County in playoff
Hull City scored three huge away goals as they are in the driver's seat advance to The Championship final at Wembley.

Manchester United bomb scare caused by 'training device'
Bizarre scenes in Manchester yesterday as the Manchester United-Bournemouth game was postponed until Tuesday due to a bomb scare inside the stadium. Luckily it all turned out to be a mistake as the device found was a training device that had been accidentally left out.