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Brotherly Game Daily Links 2/14/18

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Union practice with Orlando, MLS streaming moves to ESPN, the USMNT GM candidates begin to emerge, and the UEFA Champions League is back

MLS: Orlando City SC at Philadelphia Union Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

Union hold joint training session on Feb. 14 with Orlando City
Starting at noon, the clubs will train in two, 75-minute sessions. The session will be closed to the public and will not be live streamed.

MLS News

MLS to move streaming service to ESPN+, report says
MLS's streaming service will become a part of ESPN+ when the new over-the-top product launches this year, according to a report by Bloomberg.

Report: FC Dallas and Bayern Munich sign talent development deal
FCD continues to look to be the standard in youth development in MLS.

Following deal with Atlanta United, D.C. United signs Yamil Asad on loan from Velez Sarsfield
United’s rich midfield just got richer, as one of the best at his position in MLS has joined the Black-and-Red.

RSL partners with KSL TV, for match streaming
The move opens up a free streaming option for fans in Utah.

Sporting KC signs former Sounders defender Brad Evans
Sporting KC has agreed to terms on a contract with MLS veteran Brad Evans, a league source told The Star on Tuesday. The deal must still be approved by the league office.

Official: Toronto FC add fullback Auro on loan
The defender can apparently play either side.

Owundi Joins MNUFC
Minnesota United has acquired Cameroon international defender Bertrand Owundi Eko’o on a free transfer from Rainbow FC.

USA Soccer News

First candidate for USMNT GM emerges
Will it come from MLS?

Rest of the World News

Juventus, Tottenham play out classic full of excitement and errors
Spurs were forced to answer big questions against genuine European heavyweights and, after struggling early, they did not come up short.

Man City outclass Basel with Kevin De Bruyne again showing he's among the best
Man City were too much for Basel in every way, as again Kevin De Bruyne showed he belongs in the company of the world's best, writes Jonathan Smith.