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Brotherly Game Daily Links 9/16/17

Union News, MLS Week 28 preview and more in today's links.

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Philadelphia Union News

Earnie Stewart focused on Philadelphia Union's long-term success as playoff hopes fade
Earnie Stewart promised big changes at Philadelphia Union, but he was smart enough not to box himself inside too specific a timeline.

Onyewu suspension provides opportunity for centerbacks
Oguchi Onyewu will be forced to miss the Union's upcoming match at New York Red Bull due to yellow card accumulation, as the centerback earned his sixth yellow card of the season against Minnesota United FC.

Union original Alejandro Moreno reflects on current team's struggles
The Venezuela native still has a fondness for Philadelphia and his old team.

MLS News

MLS Talking Points: Surging Whitecaps look to stay on top of the West
The surprising Western Conference leaders face an in-form Columbus Crew side, while struggling FC Dallas take on Seattle in the headliners of Week 28

Atlanta United set to break MLS single-game attendance record on Saturday
Atlanta United is set to break the single-game MLS attendance record in Saturday's game against the Orlando City.

The Top 5 Targeted Allocation Money signings of 2017
Everybody loves a little MLS alphabet soup, and no acronym is more de rigueur these days than TAM.

Chris Wondolowski, One-on-one: His Cinderella story, USMNT future and that miss vs. Belgium
He's risen from unknown reserve to one of the greatest goalscorers MLS has ever seen, and he's not done yet.

US Soccer News

U.S. World Cup qualifier at Trinidad to be played in smaller-than-usual stadium
The United States' final game in regional World Cup qualifying against Trinidad and Tobago will be played at 10,000-seat Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva rather than 27,000-capacity Hasely Crawford Stadium in the capital of Port-of-Spain.