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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Union players leading U.S. toward U20 World Cup qualification

Union’s value, why Red Bull is bad, and Claudio Ranieri is back in England

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Philadelphia Union News

Union youngsters leading US U-20s in World Cup Qualifying
With Anthony Fontana, Mark McKenzie, and captain Matthew Real leading the way, the US did the business.

Forbes does not value the Philadelphia Union
The $175 million number places the Union in the bottom six in total MLS team value, ranked 18th of 23 franchises.

MLS News

Forbes MLS Value rankings
There’s a new No. 1 atop Forbes’ annual valuations of the league’s most valuable teams.

Why Red Bull in soccer is bad for business
There is a pervading sentiment in football that Red Bull is a force for bad. Their involvement, from Salzburg and New York to Brazil and Leipzig, is often talked about with a sense of negativity by many the world over.

Red Bulls or Timbers will claim the last Champions League spot
With last year’s change of the Concacaf Champions League to a strictly winter and spring tournament, following intricacies of who qualifies for the 2019 edition has required more than a little guidance for most of us.

US Soccer News

The Future of US soccer is Weston McKennie and Tyler Adams
Back in August, Tyler Adams wanted to give a special shoutout to U.S. international teammate Weston McKennie for his birthday.

Rest of the World News

Caludio Ranieri back in the Premier League with Fulham
Ranieri, 67, led Leicester City to their improbable 2015-16 Premier League title triumph.