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Brotherly Game Daily Links 3/7/18

Union attendance a problem, MLS Power Rankings, and Champions League results.

MLS: New England Revolution at Philadelphia Union Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

Attendance woes mean Union could be moved out of Chester for $10 million
Current ownership is committed to Chester but what’s to prevent a situation here like the one in Columbus?

MLS News

MLS Power Rankings, Week 1: New York City FC take over the top slot
The Union have moved up three spots with their win over New England.

Beckham soccer stadium going to Miami’s Melreese golf course?
Miami may offer the Melreese golf course as a potential Major League Soccer stadium for David Beckham and his investors.

Rumor: PSV eyeing New York Red Bulls’ Michael Amir Murillo
First of many rumors featuring RBNY’s right back this year, one suspects.

D.C. United to sign Costa Rican defender Joseph Mora, Jamaican forward Dane Kelly
D.C. United had a busy Tuesday training at RFK Stadium as it welcomed two new players to practice.

Rest of the World News

North American 2026 World Cup bid makes leadership changes
Sunil Gulati will no longer hold the title of chairman while the federation presidents of the U.S., Mexico and Canada take on larger roles.

Latest European heartbreak suggests PSG can't buy the Champions League
Having spent €1 billion on stars since 2011 and never reaching a Champions League semifinal, PSG need to find a new approach to conquering Europe.

Liverpool's 5-0 first-leg lead proves insurmountable in 0-0 draw vs. Porto
Liverpool are through to the Champions League quarterfinals for the first time since 2009, beating Porto 5-0 on aggregate in the round of 16.