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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Union return home to face Cincinnati

Fans returning to Subaru Park soon, Red Bulls hire a new coach and Coach Curtin’s press conference

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Philadelphia Union News

Takeaways: Brujo, Injuries and an update on Cory Burke
Prior to tonight’s match against FC Cincinnati, Philadelphia Union Head Coach Jim Curtin spoke to the media about the second match up between these two clubs in as many weeks.

Opponent Scout: Union look for offense against Cincinnati
The midweek tilt will be the second matchup this season with last time being arguably the Union’s worst offensive showing with the club unable to generate a single shot on goal.

Union preparing to welcome fans back, but don’t have a date set yet
The team said it “will make an announcement shortly with information on the first game that will be open to fans.”

MLS News

New York Red Bulls hire Gerhard Struber as head coach
Struber began his managerial career with Salzburg reserve team FC Liefering, leading the side from June of 2017 through January of 2019. In July of 2019, he took over Wolfsberger AC, guiding the Austrian club to impressive results in the Europa League against AS Roma and Borussia Mönchengladbach.

Power Rankings: Toronto FC knocking on Seattle’s door for top spot after Week 15
Union drop to number three in the MLS Power Rankings.

NYCFC to play remaining home games at Yankee Stadium
After months of needing to ground share with the Red Bulls in Jersey, NYCFC will spend the remainder of the 2020 season back home in the South Bronx.