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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Union head into a well-deserved break

Curtin speaks, MLS Review, and more in today’s links

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Philadelphia Union News

Curtin: "Overall couldn't be happier with the way our guys have performed"
After his team drew 2-2 with Orlando City to end a stretch of three matches in eight days, Union head coach Jim Curtin said he was still proud of all the work his players put in to get into a playoff position heading into the final stretch of the season.

Media’s Auston Trusty cemented as back-line staple for Union
The 20-year-old center back is the only Union player to appear in every minute so far this season.

MLS News

MLS Review: Sounders set record, Galaxy smashed by RSL
The Seattle Sounders ran their winning streak to an MLS record eight games.

Friedel frustrated with Revolution: 'We'll have winners here'
New England Revolution head coach Brad Friedel expressed his disatisfcation with his team's current form after its 1-1 tie to Portland.

US Soccer News

Dave Sarachan Brings 24-Player Roster to Begin Kickoff Series Against Brazil and Mexico
Emerging Faces Once Again on Display as MNT Embarks on Next Phase of the Journey; Training Camp Begins Sunday

Rest of the World News

Arsenal overcome familiar defensive calamities to win at Cardiff
Arsenal's notorious road form almost led to another poor result at Cardiff until Alexandre Lacazette's late goal gave the Gunners a 3-2 win.

Watford maintain perfect start with stunning comeback win vs. Spurs
Tottenham looked on course to wrap up their fourth straight win to open the season but a pair of set-pieces gave Watford the win and perfect record.

Man United put out the fire at Burnley as Marouane Fellaini delivers for Jose Mourinho
Man United needed a result in the worst way to silence the critics and while it wasn't perfect, a 2-0 win at Burnley will do just fine.