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Vermes signs extension, Chicago and DC looking to Europe for big name strikers, and one last look at this weekend’s action

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Philadelphia Union News

Sébastien Le Toux will be first Philadelphia Union player in Ring of Honor
Le Toux is officially retiring as a member of the blue and gold tomorrow, but will be inducted into new Ring of Honor on June 23.

JP Dellacamera on the craft of the play-by-play announcer, how he got into soccer and the three greatest games he’s called
SoccerAmerica talks to the Philadelphia Union play-by-play man, who will be part of World Cup coverage in Russia.

MLS News

Sporting Kansas City signs Delran, N.J. native Peter Vermes to contract extension
Vermes: "When you’re in a place where you’re extremely happy to go to work everyday, I don’t know what else I would be searching and hoping for when it’s right here."

D.C. United transfer rumors: Fernando Torres, Balotelli, Tevez, & more
The Black-and-Red are being linked with several big-name strikers, with El Niño perhaps leading the way.

Chicago Fire to have Fernando Torres talks in Madrid
Representatives of the Chicago Fire are in Madrid in the hope that they can land current Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres, sources say.

Blowouts, Barco, ball kids: What you might've missed in MLS Week 10
Didn't catch every minute of MLS Week 10? Here are some crib notes.

Local News

Reading United, Broken Chair Brewery announce collaboration
Local brewery is releasing a Reading United-inspired beer.

Ocean City Nor’easters kick off 2018 U.S. Open Cup Run in Michigan
A preview of the Nor’easters first game of 2018 against AFC Ann Arbor.

Junior Lone Star II win third straight to start UPSL campaign
The Stars beat First Touch Elite in Pennsauken to improve to 3-0-0.