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Brotherly Game Daily Links 5/3/16

Back from vacation, the Daily Links have returned.

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Philadelphia Union News

LA Galaxy draw Sporting Kansas City 1-1
As we usually do after the weekend comes to a close, we look ahead to the Union's next opponent, who will be the Los Angeles Galaxy. Remember, the Union will be off this weekend as their next game will be next Wednesday, May 11th.

Pontius scores again in draw with San Jose
One of the biggest, and riskiest, moves the Union made this offseason was the acquisition of DC United forward Chris Pontius. However that gamble has paid off for the Union as he scored his fourth goal for the Union this past Saturday.

MLS News

Armchair Analyst: The 4 changes I'd make to the US Copa America roster looks at some of the snubs and roster changes that they would make to the recently announced US Copa America team. Matt Doyle argues that CJ Sapong should have made the 40-man squad.

Villa leads New York City, Impact held
In case you missed last weekend's action, here is a recap of all the games.

Collin confident he, Red Bulls will make perfect match
FourFourTwo has analysis of the trade between New York Red Bulls and Orlando City this weekend as well as the DC United's Steve Birnbaum drawing interests from European teams.


Jordan Morris, Christian Pulisic join vets on USMNT's preliminary roster for Copa America
Jurgen Klinsmann named his preliminary 40-man roster for the Copa America this summer. The U.S. has until May 20th to name their final tournament roster.

Report: Hamburg eyes Bobby Wood
One of those players on the preliminary list for the USMNT--Bobby Wood--could soon be making his move to the Bundesliga. Hamburg is reportedly interested in the Union Berlin forward.

Rest of the World News

Leicester City win Premier League title after Spurs fail to beat Chelsea
Leicester City offically won the English Premier League title yesterday as their closest challengers, Tottenham Hotspur, drew 2-2 with Chelsea yesterday. The result officially ends Tottenham's title bid and extends their top-league title drought to 55 years. Leicester are now the sixth team to lift the Premier League trophy in its 24-year history.

Burnley 1-0 Queens Park Rangers
Sam Vokes scores the only goal as Burnley secure promotion to the Premier League with a home victory over QPR.