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Brotherly Game Daily Links: How much longer does Fontana wait?

No Zlatan at the World Cup, Toronto falls in the CCL Final, and could Shad Khan buy Wembley

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Philadelphia Union News

As the Union's offense struggles, Anthony Fontana waits to provide a spark
Anthony Fontana hasn't played 90 total minutes of soccer in his first team career, never mind one full game. Yet how is it that the Union's only win this year was also Fontana's only start?

MLS News

Houston Dynamo sign Adam Lundqvist
Dynamo sign a Swedish fullback.

NYCFC's Patrick Vieira on coaching in Europe: "I'm ready"
Patrick Vieira is ready.

World Cup 2018: Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not play for Sweden at tournament, says Richt
Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not form part of Sweden's 23-man squad for the World Cup, the head of the country's football association has said.

Federico Higuain signs one-year contract extension with Columbus Crew SC
The Argentinian playmaker remains with Crew SC through the 2019 season.

Sebastian Giovinco, Toronto FC turn heads in Champions League run
Toronto FC failed to claim MLS' first Concacaf Champions League by the finest of margins, but it can be proud of its run to the final. The Reds' star man, Sebastian Giovinco, led the way.

Rest of the World News

Arsene Wenger's last chance at silverware put in peril by mistakes that define Arsenal
For years, Arsenal have been undone by slack defending and an inability to finish. They may have cost Arsene Wenger his last chance at a trophy.

Dimitri Payet pulls strings as Marseille take commanding first-leg advantage vs. Salzburg
Florian Thauvin put Marseille within touching distance of a place in the UEFA Europa League final with a controversial opener as his side beat Red Bull Salzburg 2-0 at the Stade Velodrome.

FA receives offer to buy Wembley; NFL backs Shad Khan as new owner
The Football Association of England has announced it has received an offer to buy Wembley from Fulham and Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shahid Khan.