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Brotherly Game Daily Links 2/10/18

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Union news, moves around the MLS, and the US Soccer election gets underway with a dark cloud over the proceedings

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Philadelphia Union News

Jason Kelce's 'No One Likes Us' chant at Eagles parade comes from soccer
Have the "No One Likes Us" chant stuck in your head after Eagles' Jason Kelce sang it during his Super Bowl parade speech? Hear more of it at Union games!

Union making most of preseason minutes
Head Coach Jim Curtin was pleased with the team's clean sheet against the Fire and was proud of the way the back line performed.

MLS News

Man Utd exit door open, but talk of LA Galaxy move for Swedish striker has got 'nowhere'
Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not be kept at Manchester United against his will, but a mooted move to the LA Galaxy has got “nowhere” as yet.

Official: Timbers sign striker Samuel Armenteros
Barely a week after reports of the club’s interest in Swedish striker Samuel Armenteros first surfaced, the Portland Timbers have their man.

TFC linked with Club America forward
The Reds are apparently interested in Darwin Quintero. It’s a little hard to believe, though.

US Soccer News

Geoff Cameron slams U.S. Soccer for 'poisonous divide' between players
Geoff Cameron has blamed U.S. Soccer for creating a "poisonous divide" between players, while also expanding on his criticism of Bruce Arena.

U.S. Soccer's last contested election, 1998, was nothing like 2018
Dr. Bob Contiguglia won the last contested U.S. Soccer presidential election. He says that campaign was "respectful." He calls the 2018 election discourse “discouraging” and “embarrassing.”

U.S. Soccer Is Set to Pick a President. Then Comes the Hard Part.
Resolving the conflicts and lawsuits that U.S. Soccer faces will be the first task of its new president. Winning back fans may take a little longer.