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Brotherly Game Daily Links: La Liga to return in June

Bundesliga results, Montreal joins other MLS teams in return to training, and more in today’s links

Barcelona Players Return To Training Following Coronavirus Lockdown Photo by Handout/FC Barcelona via Getty Images

Philadelphia Union News

Recovered from calf injury, Kai Wagner is happy to be back in training
Wagner missed all of the Union’s preseason games and the matches against FC Dallas and LAFC. Then the COVID-19 pandemic forced the suspension of the season and for him to rehab at home.

MLS News

The biggest MLS wardrobe malfunctions through the years
Wardrobe woes are a part of life on Earth, which by the transitive property means they can occasionally befall Major League Soccer players and clubs.

MLS players return to training ground for voluntary individual workouts
The Montreal Impact are the latest club to receive clearance to join the 19 other MLS teams that have returned to the training fields for the start of voluntary individual workouts.

Rest of the World News

Bundesliga leaders Bayern get fright, Dortmund stay in touch and Havertz stars again
Seven-time defending champions Bayern began the day four points ahead of their great rivals and that is the way things stayed after both clubs won, although the leaders were forced to work harder than they might have expected, while Dortmund possibly lost a key defender in their victory.

La Liga given green light to resume season on June 8
A specific restart date is expected to be announced in the coming days, however La Liga President Javier Tebas previously stated June 12th is the hopeful choice. Clubs have been training since earlier this month in small groups of 10 players, but are yet cleared for full training sessions.