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Curtin Press Conference, MLS Power Rankings and Champions League results

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Philadelphia Union News

Takeaways: Union look to continue form in midweek contest against Chicago
The Philadelphia Union face a quick turnaround as they host the Chicago Fire on Wednesday night at Subaru Park. Coming off a huge win against Toronto FC on Sunday night, Head Coach Jim Curtin took time Tuesday to address the media about what to expect.

Philadelphia Union owner Richie Graham talks about the sale of Brendan Aaronson and future of American soccer
In a phone call with FTW, Philadelphia Union co-owner Richie Graham talked about the sale, the changing perception of MLS and American players in Europe, and his vision for youth development in this country.

MLS News

MLS Tuesday Rewind: Nashville SC picks up crucial win, Sounders extend lead at the top
It was a quiet night in Major League Soccer with just two games on the schedule. Playoff implications were nonetheless at the forefront on Tuesday evening, with Nashville SC picking up a crucial win over the Montreal Impact while the Vancouver Whitecaps lost to the Seattle Sounders.

Power Rankings: Philadelphia Union claim top spot after demolishing Toronto FC
We’re number one! We’re number one! We’re number one!

Trades, Allocation Order and more: What to watch for as transfer window closes Thursday
Conventional wisdom would suggest that teams likely sought to do all their business well before the close of the window in order to impact the current season, but a few moves still could materialize.

Rest of the World News

Tuesday UCL Rewind: Real Madrid ties Gladbach, Liverpool wins, and more
Real Madrid was staring a second-consecutive defeat in the face before fighting back late to earn its first point of the new UEFA Champions League tournament.

FMF chief defends Mexico friendlies in U.S.: ‘I will always support these matches’
El Tri usually plays five friendlies per year in the United States, which is criticized in some quarters as a money-grab that stops the Mexican national team playing more regularly in Europe or in tougher environments.