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Union face Richmond, World Cup squads are finalized, and more in today’s links

MLS: Philadelphia Union at Atlanta United FC Adam Hagy-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

Union host Richmond in Open Cup play
Richmond Kickers have lost two of their past three matches and are 3-6-1 in USL play this year, but they have grinded out results in the U.S. Open Cup and earned a fourth-round matchup against Philadelphia Union at Talen Energy Stadium Tuesday evening.

Borek Dockal Named to MLS Team of the Week
Philadelphia Union midfielder Borek Dockal has been named to the MLS Team of the Week for Week 14 following his performance in a 3-1 win over Chicago Fire last Wednesday.

Union brace for fallout from Alejandro Bedoya red card, Haris Medunjanin spitting charge
Jim Curtin tried as best he could Monday to not say anything more about Alejandro Bedoya and Haris Medunjanin's red cards in Atlanta, but he couldn't help going there anyway.

MLS News

MLS players named to 2018 FIFA World Cup squads
MLS will have 19 players representing six countries at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, following the final cuts to the preliminary rosters for the 32-team tournament.

It’s time for the Sounders and TFC to be worried
Since their MLS Cup rematch on May 9, the Seattle Sounders and Toronto FC have one combined victory and a 1-6-1 record.

Rooney: Marco Silva to let Everton star decide future
New Everton manager Marco Silva says Wayne Rooney will have the final say on whether or not he joins DC United.

First Malaysian to score in Major League Soccer
Wan Kuzain bin Wan Kamal becomes a piece of history after he nets his first ever goal for Sporting KC in an MLS match against Minnesota United.

World Cup News

World Cup squads: Who will be on the plane to Russia?
The 23-man squads for all 32 teams at the 2018 World Cup are confirmed. Find out here who is on the plane to Russia.

US Soccer News

Stuttgart hopeful U.S.'s Julian Green could return to Greuther Furth
Stuttgart are hopeful they can reach an agreement with German second tier club Greuther Furth over the future of U.S. international Julian Green.