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Brotherly Game Daily Links: How the Union are supporting Chester during the pandemic

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Philadelphia Union News

Fight For Philly: How Philadelphia Union Are Supporting The Local Community During Coronavirus Pandemic
Philadelphia Union have been working hard in recent years to innovate and increase the ways they interact with their fans, and have taken a leading role in supporting the city of Chester, Pennsylvania, during the Covid-19 pandemic with a number of initiatives.

MLS News

MLS might have won the CBA negotiations, but for some players the damage done is ‘irreparable’
To a man, the players are furious with what they view as the league’s heavy-handed approach to negotiations. It started six weeks ago with MLS asking the players to take a 50% pay cut as it related to the entire 2020 payroll.

ESPN to Spearhead Production for MLS Tournament at Disney World, Sources Say
The Disney-owned sports programmer will provide MLS broadcast partners Fox Sports and Univision with clean feeds of the games those networks are assigned to televise.

U.S. Soccer News

USL League One Announces Provisional July 18 Kickoff
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.

Americans Abroad Weekend Rewind: Brooks, Adams, and more
John Brooks excelled in the Wolves backline, playing 90 minutes and finishing as one of the top performers for the visitors. Brooks won seven duels from his centerback position, also winning four aerial battles and successfully winning two tackles.

Rest of the World News

FIFA propose salary cap, transfer fee talks
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has proposed talks with leagues across the globe about potentially implementing a salary cap and limits on transfer fees as the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues.