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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Kai Wagner makes Team of the Week

Fabian shows his Union value, MLS Team of the Week and more in today’s links

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Philadelphia Union News

Kai Wagner receives Team of the Week honors
Anthony Fontana’s second half goal came from the German left back’s hustle and cross. A deflection meant Wagner wasn’t credited with the helper, but anybody that watched the match knows where the credit should go.

Marco Fabian’s wonder strike reemphasizes his value to the Union
Fabian is quietly making the early aspersions look foolish. He’s tied for second on the team with four goals. His reemergence comes at a fortuitous time: The Union are done sneaking up on teams.

MLS News

24 Takeaways about 24 teams after Week 20
A lot of games in Week 20, so a lot of stats, anecdotes and pure plays to sift through. Let’s dig in with a takeaway for each side.

MLS Team of the Week: Zlatan Ibrahimovic conquers in Week 20
Here’s the rest of the MLS Team of the Week.

Atlético Madrid announces MLS All-Star Game highlighted by João Felix, Héctor Herrera
Midfielder and team captain Koke will round out the trio, which will represent the club not only on the pitch but also in the MLS All-Star Skills Challenge.

Fire Sign 34-year-old USMNT Defender Jonathan Bornstein
U.S. Men’s National Team fans will remember Bornsteain as a mainstay for a few years in the U.S. player pool, making appearances in just about every international competition from 2007-2010, including the World Cup and Copa America in 2007.

Montreal Impact, Harry Novillo agree to contract termination
In his first Major League Soccer season, Novillo recorded 439 minutes over 11 games. He appeared in the Impact’s starting XI on five occasions and tallied one goal and two assists.