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Brotherly Game Daily Links 7/14/16

More exciting than Crystal Palace playing the Union, here are today's links.

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Philadelphia Union News

Union, Crystal Palace Battle To Scoreless Draw In Friendly
The Union drew with Crystal Place, here are the stats.

Crystal Palace players talk Union, MLS, American sports
PhillyVoice caught up with Jason Puncheon and Joel Ward of Crystal Palaca before the game last night and spoke with them about Philadelphia, their preseason tour of America, and their thoughts on MLS.

MLS News

Crew SC draw depleted Toronto at home, 1-1
Injuries hold Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore out, Dilly Duka debuts while Harrison Afful scores, but offensive adjustments can't quite send Columbus to a victory.

Orlando City vs. New York Red Bulls: Final Score 2-0 as Lions Blanked for Third Straight Game
Orlando City fell on the road to the New York Red Bulls, 2-0, behind goals from Connor Lade and Felipe and failed to score a goal for the third consecutive match.

Weathered The Storm: Fire beat SKC 1-0 - Hot Time In Old Town
The Chicago Fire outlasted a rain delay off the pitch and a storm of pressure on the pitch to get a massive 1-0 victory over Sporting Kansas City and move out of the Eastern Conference basement.

Portland Timbers Frustrated by Montreal Impact in 1-1 Draw
The Portland Timbers got on the board first in tonight’s 1-1 draw against the Montreal Impact, but they could not make the result stick.

Sounders show no mercy in 5-0 win over FC Dallas
5 goals, 2 red cards and a whole lot of action for a team that desperately needed it.

RSL lose in Vancouver amidst busy schedule, 2-0
And finally Real Salt Lake lost at home to Vancouver 2-0.

Reports in Peru link D.C. United to Millonarios attacker
An outlet in Peru is linking United to Peruvian national teamer Andy Polo

Mexico striker Enrique Esqueda arrives in Vancouver
Enrique Esqueda, the Pachuca striker on loan to Veracruz, is in Vancouver and expected to train with the Whitecaps and discuss a move to MLS.

Commissioner Don Garber reacts to NY Times Magazine supporters article
On Tuesday I included an article from the New York Times that was critical of some aspects of the American Soccer culture. MLS Commissioner Don Garber was not happy with it.

US Soccer News

Mexico US dual nationals limited by new Liga MX rule
Mexico's Liga MX begins this weekend, and their new 10/8 rule, which limits the number of foreign-born players allowed in each matchday squad to 10, has irked a few Mexican Americans playing soccer in Mexico.