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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Tanner and Curtin to speak Monday

MLS unlikely to head to South America, USMNT loses 3-0, and more in today’s links

Matt Ralph

Philadelphia Union News

Ernst Tanner & Jim Curtin season-ending press conference set
Philadelphia Union Sporting Director Ernst Tanner will conduct his first end-of-year press conference with members of the media inside Talen Energy Stadium on Monday, November 19. Though Jim Curtin is also mentioned in the media advisory so he’ll be there too.

MLS News

MLS unlikely to participate in Copa Libertadores
Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber said he has enough work to do evolving the league’s schedule without including the Copa Libertadores, South America’s prestigious club competition.

Potential St. Louis expansion would see owners pay for stadium
MLS expansion candidates St. Louis have made a pledge to their city and to the league, saying they plan on privately funding a new $250 million, 20,000 seat downtown stadium.

More rumors on Tata Martino signing with Mexico
Reports emerged from the Spanish-language press on Thursday that the Mexican national team have an agreement in place with outgoing Atlanta United manager Gerardo “Tata” Martino.

U.S. Soccer News

England thumps USA 3-0
Goals two minutes apart from Jesse Lingard and Trent Alexander-Arnold put the home side 2-0 up at halftime.

How MLS is courting Hispanic fans in the USA
Regardless of majority viewership and how brands can connect with the Hispanic/Latino fan’s purchasing power, it’s also important for clubs and the U.S. soccer market as a whole to understand the culture of this community.