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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Union win with three second half goals

Union win, Wednesday night MLS recap, and more in today’s links

MLS: FC Cincinnati at Philadelphia Union Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

Union score three goals in the second half to down FC Cincinnati 3-0
Goals from Ilsinho, Bedoya, and Elliott helped the Union overcome a slow first half and remain undefeated at home in 2020.

Philadelphia Union Reopens Subaru Park to Fans in Limited Capacity
The Philadelphia Union will open Subaru Park to a limited amount of fans beginning Sunday, October 11 for the game against Montreal Impact; Union first team in Philadelphia-area to welcome back fans.

FIFA forces Union to release José Andrés Martínez to Venezuela national team
Hours after announcing that José Andrés Martínez would stay in Philadelphia, the Union were forced by FIFA to let him go — and threatened with punishment if they didn’t.

MLS News

MLS Rewind: Timbers trounce Galaxy, TFC jumps into first place with win, and more
There is a new leader in the race for the best record in the league after a shocking loss by the Columbus Crew and Toronto FC’s latest win.

San Jose Earthquakes reward Jackson Yueill with contract extension
Earthquakes say deal will keep the 23-year-old captain Jackson Yueill in San Jose “well beyond the 2022 FIFA World Cup”.

Colorado Rapids match vs. LAFC postponed due to another positive COVID-19 case
The third Colorado Rapids game that has been postponed due to positive COVID-19 cases within the organization—first against Sporting Kansas City, then the Portland Timbers, and now LAFC. The rescheduled date will be announced at a later time.

U.S. Soccer News

What could a USMNT Euro-based friendly roster look like?
Should the USMNT play a couple of matches featuring just players based in Europe, Gregg Berhalter will have plenty of options to choose from.

Rest of the World News

Matches, matches and more matches: Soccer’s road map to 2022 World Cup
Football had a plan. Qualification for the 2022 World Cup would wrap up by March of that year, with the draw a month later and the tournament itself kicking off on Nov. 21, 2022, in Qatar. Then came the global pandemic and, with it, the scrambling, adjusting and, above all, negotiating between the two souls of the sport: the club game and the international game.