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Brotherly Game Daily Links: The Le Toux Story

Union to face Orlando in US Upen Cup, MLS moves, and more in today’s links

MLS: Vancouver Whitecaps FC at Philadelphia Union Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

A Union Between Club and Player: Sebastien Le Toux in Philadelphia
The Union nabbed Sebastien Le Toux from Seattle in the expansion draft, but few expected him to play a significant role with veteran striker Alejandro Moreno and number one overall SuperDraft pick Danny Mwanga on the roster.

Union To Host Orlando City SC in Quarterfinals of U.S. Open Cup
The Quarterfinal contest takes place at Talen Energy Stadium on Wednesday, July 18 and is set to kick off at 7:00 p.m.

MLS News

Report: Minnesota United eyeing Ecuadorian winger Romario Ibarra
Minnesota United already have one Ibarra on their roster – could they be set to add another one in the upcoming summer transfer window?

Columbus Crew SC’s Zack Steffen out vs. Los Angeles FC with knee injury
Crew SC’s goalkeeper is going to miss at least one more game, this time due to injury.

Orlando City Signs Center Back Shane O’Neill
Former Colorado Rapids Homegrown Player joins the Lions.

Jack Rodwell set for Sunderland exit amid MLS interest
Jack Rodwell could leave Sunderland as early as next week, owner Stewart Donald has revealed.

World Cup News

World Cup schedule: Brazil-Costa Rica, Nigeria-Iceland, Serbia-Switzerland
Brazil star Neymar suffered an ankle injury in Tuesday's practice, but is expected to be fit to play against Costa Rica.

Lionel Messi appears helpless as Argentina's World Cup dream fades
So much was expected, but when the game came, Lionel Messi had nothing. As Argentina crumbled around him, their star man could do little.

Kylian Mbappe announces himself on the World Cup stage
France's teenage star scored the winner versus Peru in a display that showcased his outstanding talent. But he must deal better with criticism.

Eriksen dazzles for Danes, VAR keeps Aussies alive in topsy-turvy Group C draw
Christian Eriksen's superb opener looked to be sending Australia home but a VAR-referred penalty converted by Mile Jedinak kept the Socceroos alive.