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MLS Rookie of the Year candidates, Gold Cup and Copa America ultimate preview, and more in today’s links

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Philadelphia Union News

USL fines Bethlehem Steel FC for facility conditions at La Salle
A league spokesperson told Pro Soccer USA that the USL issued an undisclosed fine to the Steel this week for the facility conditions at its current temporary home, McCarthy Stadium at La Salle University. Details were not given of the specific conditions the team was fined for.

MLS News

The loneliness of the Chicago Fire fan
Is there anything lonelier that being a Chicago Fire fan?

Who are the top early candidates for MLS Rookie of the Year?
Several newcomers have been prominently involved in their teams’ best moments thus far, and as the MLS season winds into the busy, draining summer months and roster depth is tested, more will step up to contribute.

Women’s World Cup News

England, Italy advance to round of 16; Japan picks up crucial win
Japan, Italy and England all earned three points on the day, and a quarter of the round of 16 field is now set as four groups have all played their second games.

Rest of the World News

Everything you need to know about the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup
Over the next month, 16 North, Central American and Caribbean nations will square off for continental glory at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup.

2019 Copa America ultimate preview: Will Messi win this wide-open tournament on Brazil’s home turf?
Brazil will host the Copa America for the first time in 30 years, with a tournament that is full of drama.