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Kevin Durant becomes new Union minority owner, USL to return July 11 and more in today’s links

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Philadelphia Union News

Alejandro Bedoya: Negotiations with MLS left “bitter taste” with players
Bedoya stated that he feels comfortable with the safety protocols MLS is putting in place for the Orlando tournament. When it begins, each team will play three group-stage games followed by a knockout round. Full details of the tournament have yet to be finalized.

Report: Kevin Durant buys minority stake in Philadelphia Union
He was spotted at the Philadelphia Union’s corporate offices back in December.

MLS News

Bradley on Trump: “We have a president who is completely empty”
Michael Bradley has been one of the leaders of the U.S. Men’s National Team for several years now and the veteran midfielder wasn’t shy in his criticism of President Donald Trump.

SBI Spotlight: Mark-Anthony Kaye has unfinished business with LAFC
As disappointing as the end of the 2019 was, Kaye believes LAFC is ready to make a championship run in 2020.

U.S. Soccer News

USL Championship votes to return to play; provisional start date set for July 11
While additional information on competition format, scheduling, broadcast and other important details will be made available in the coming weeks, it’s important to note that the league’s return to play will be conducted in strict alignment with all local and state public health guidelines.

Rest of the World News

Danish Super League club uses Zoom to bring fans into stadium on video. Will Premier League be next?
Although both clubs officially refused to confirm they had spoken, sources have told ESPN that Arsenal contacted AGF after the Danish Superliga’s resumption on May 28 as part of a wider brief examining how Emirates Stadium could be modified to maximum effect.