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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Stewart backs under-pressure Curtin

A preview of the Union’s next opponent, MLS Power Rankings, and Liverpool roll Roma in their first leg matchup

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

Philadelphia Union News

Union sporting director Earnie Stewart backs manager Jim Curtin after bad loss at FC Dallas "What we're asking of players, the data that we get back and the numbers that we have, are for a lot of parts, pretty darn good," Stewart said.

D.C. United pick up first win of 2018 with 1-0 win over Columbus Crew
It's been a while since the Union's next opponent, D.C. United, had a game, but let's see how that went.

MLS News

MLS Power Rankings: Atlanta United take top spot for first time
Nowhere to go but up for the Union in this week's Power Rankings.

Minnesota United's Ethan Finlay out for season with ACL tear
Minnesota United winger Ethan Finlay will undergo surgery to repair a torn ACL in his right knee and is expected to miss the remainder of the 2018 MLS season, according to a statement released by the club Tuesday

With contract up in 2019, Sebastian Giovinco states desire to stay with TFC
Added Giovinco: "I already said I want to stay here forever … If not, I have to think about other options.”

Patrick Vieira refuses to address Arsenal rumours as Arsene Wenger heads for the exits
New York City boss Patrick Vieira was in no mood to comment on speculation linking him with former club Arsenal ahead of Arsene Wenger's departure.

Rest of the World News

Liverpool score five but late goals give Roma glimmer of hope
Jurgen Klopp's side were 5-0 ahead after overcoming an uncertain start but the visitors kept going and were rewarded when Edin Dzeko thumped home in the 81st minute and Diego Perotti struck from the spot with five minutes left.