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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Jack Elliott earns new deal

Blake happy with Jamaica squad, MLS Power Rankings and national team squads are announced

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Philadelphia Union News

Report: Jack Elliott signed to new contract
Elliott was drafted 77th overall by the Philadelphia Union in 2017 out of West Virginia University and has made 58 appearances for the first team over his first three seasons as a pro.

Andre Blake happy to see Ravel Morrison, Leon Bailey on Jamaica’s Gold Cup radar
Scrolling through the list of 612 players across the 16 Concacaf Gold Cup teams’ provisional roster, two names on Jamaica’s roster stood out.

MLS News

Power Rankings: New York Red Bulls make big jump as revival continues
Union remain in third, still atop the East.

First Wondo, who’s next? Five players who could break MLS goals record
Records are meant to be broken, though, and one day someone else will experience their own moment like the one felt in the rain at Avaya Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Which five players in MLS right now are most likely to catch Wondo’s record?

Minnesota to loan Ibarra to Pachuca
According to data supplied by the MLS Players Association, Ibarra’s total compensation was $546,250.04 last season, and sources confirmed that MNUFC was using Targeted Allocation Money (TAM) to reduce his hit on the salary cap, and also so he wouldn’t count as a Designated Player.

U.S. Soccer News

USMNT learns CONCACAF Nations League match dates
The USMNT will being CNL play at home against Cuba on October 11th, then visit Canada on October 15th. The following month, the USMNT will first host Canada on November 15th before traveling to Cuba 4 days later for their final group stage match.

Copa America News

Messi leads Argentina’s Copa America squad list
Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi will lead Argentina’s squad at the Copa America, with Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero back in the side for the first time since the 2018 World Cup.

Four MLS players named to Ecuador’s Copa America squad
Ecuador will have a strong MLS influence, with four players from the league named to La Tricolor’s Copa America squad.