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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Rivalry Week ends with a bang

Le Toux and the alumni come home, MLS Rivalry Week review, and Colorado has a new coach

MLS: D.C. United at Philadelphia Union Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

Atlanta United still undefeated against Orlando City, win 1-0
The big games continue on Saturday with the Union hosting Atlanta with first place in the Eastern Conference on the line, let’s see how their last game went.

Sebastien Le Toux reflects on Philadelphia Union career ahead of Alumni Night
No Philadelphia Union player is likely to match the legendary status of Sebastien Le Toux.

MLS News

Armchair Analyst: All 24 MLS teams in review | Week 25 analysis
A look back at all the times coming out of Rivalry Week.

Colorado Rapids announce Robin Fraser as next head coach
Fraser has been an assistant coach with TFC since 2015, but also assisted at Real Salt Lake (2007-2010) and the New York Red Bulls (2013-2014). He was the head coach of Chivas USAfrom 2011-2012 and went 15-32-21.

Rest of the World News

Has something gone stale at Spurs? Where to begin with Man Utd?
The defeat to Newcastle on Sunday was Tottenham’s third unconvincing performance of the season: in the first they eventually salvaged a win against Aston Villa, in the second they somehow escaped with a draw against Manchester City, but in the third they couldn’t break down a team who had been battered by newly-promoted Norwich last week.

Griezmann harkens Messi, LeBron in Barca win
Griezmann, who joined from Atletico Madrid for €120 million in the offseason, had started at Barcelona with a lacklustre performance in the opener. But he took charge on Sunday, scoring his first goal after sliding to a cross from Sergi Roberto in the 41st minute.