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United States National Team roster questions, Wenger IN (for two more years): Brotherly Game Daily Links 5/30/17

Hope everyone had a good Memorial Day, the links are back.

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Philadelphia Union News

RECAP: Atlanta 3, New York City 1
Union face NYCFC next, here's how their last game went.

Century club Fabinho among Union’s most important all-time figures
On Saturday at Rio Tinto Stadium, Union defender Fabinho cemented his name among the Union’s all-time most significant players with his 100th appearance, becoming the seventh all-time member in Philadelphia’s century club.

Vote for Andre Blake for Save of the Week
Let's help bring home the Save of the Week award for Andre Blake.

MLS News

MLS Review: Galaxy top the Earthquakes, Sporting KC beaten
Here are the results from Saturday's MLS action.

MLS Review: Atlanta too good for New York City
And here's Sunday's results.

Report: Portland Timbers Sign Center-back Larrys Mabiala
The Oregonian is reporting that the Timbers have signed center-back Larrys Mabiala from Kayserispor in Turkey.

Sky Sports: Nicholson in US for talks with MNUFC
Talks with the Scottish Winger appear to be advancing.

US Soccer News

In praise of Tab Ramos
Tab Ramos has earned your praise.

Healthy USMNT squad offers questions for June's World Cup qualifiers
Bruce Arena has a healthy and stacked USA squad heading into training camp but will have to find answer to several questions before the June qualifiers.

Rest of the World News

Ernesto Valverde confirmed as new Barcelona coach as Luis Enrique departs
Former Athletic Bilbao boss Ernesto Valverde replaces Luis Enrique and has signed a two-year contract.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has terms on two year contract agreed
Arsene Wenger will attend an Arsenal board meeting on Tuesday having already agreed the terms of a two-year deal in November, sources told ESPN FC.

Huddersfield Town earn Premier League promotion after shootout win
Huddersfield are back in the top flight after 45 years, clinching Premier League football and a £170 million windfall by beating Reading on penalties in the Championship playoff final.