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Brotherly Game Daily Links: How Bedoya and others are keeping busy

MLS has bigger global appeal then Liga MX, how MLS players are staying busy and more in today’s links

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MLS News

MLS players deal with coronavirus-induced break by social distancing, home workouts, laundry
On a typical Friday morning before a Saturday game, Alejandro Bedoya would be doing pregame things: a light workout, team meetings and getting ready to play the San Jose Earthquakes at Subaru Park. Because of coronavirus, this was not a typical Friday.

Hugo Sanchez, Javier Aguirre: MLS beats Liga MX in global reach
Former Mexico national team managers Hugo Sanchez and Javier Aguirre believe Major League Soccer is a step ahead of Liga MX in terms of global diffusion.

Orlando City brewery Broken Strings faces uncertain future during coronavirus pandemic
Owned by original Orlando City supporters, the brewery has become a staple of the Lions’ fanbase, but it faces an uncertain future due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Rest of the World News

Ex-Real Madrid president Lorenzo Sanz, 76, dies due to coronavirus
During Sanz’s time in charge Real Madrid won the Champions League twice — the club’s seventh European Cup in 1998 after a 32-year wait, and their eighth in 2000 — as well as winning La Liga in 1997.

Matarazzo aiming to lead Stuttgart back to prominence in Germany
It wasn’t long ago when Stuttgart was one of Germany’s most successful clubs. But the club suffered relegation and the man in charge of their promotional campaign is American Pellegrino Matarazzo.