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United States roster cuts, MLS moves: Brotherly Game Daily Links 1/28/17

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Philadelphia Union News

Rosenberry cut from United States roster ahead of Serbia friendly
Philadelphia’s Keegan Rosenberry one of five players trimmed from Bruce Arena’s roster.

At some point, Union goalkeeper Andre Blake was the subject of European interest
Earlier this offseason, a Twitter rumor popped up linking Andre Blake to a trial in Belgium or the Netherlands.

After lost 2016, Union captain Maurice Edu eager to get back on field
Two major injuries resulted in a lost 2016 season for Union captain Maurice Edu, who is progressing and eager to get back on the field.

MLS News

'I'd have been a ball boy' - Giovinco reveals why he rejected Barcelona
Italian striker Sebastian Giovinco has revealed that he turned down a loan move to Barcelona last season because he did not want to be a 'ball boy' for their attackers.

Orlando City Acquires Goalkeeper Josh Saunders from New York City FC
Orlando City sends a fourth-round selection in 2019 to 2015 expansion rival in exchange for veteran goalkeeper.

New St. Paul Stadium to Feature Safe Standing Supporter Section
The 3,000 seat(less) section will be the steepest in MLS.

NYCFC announces signing of Numancia defender Alexander Callens
The Peru international arrives from CD Numancia on a free transfer.

Official: RSL signs Luis Silva after Tigres contract termination
Silva joins having played for Liga MX giants Tigres for 2016.

OFFICIAL: Revolution Add Angoua On Loan From French Club EA Guingamp
The Revs unveiled their second defender of the week, Ivory Coast international Benjamin Angoua.

US Soccer News

Bruce Arena cuts USMNT roster to 23
Some interesting cuts made.

Mailbag: USMNT under Arena, Trump's impact on 2026 World Cup
Grant Wahl answers your questions on all things soccer, including changes Bruce Arena will make to the U.S. men's national team.