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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Union travel to Cincinnati

Philly/Cincy preview, MLS releases the rest of the 2020 season schedule, and more in today’s links

MLS: FC Cincinnati at Philadelphia Union Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

New England again (and again) and remaining regular season opponents announced
The final nine games of the Philadelphia Union regular season schedule were released on Tuesday.

FC Cincinnati’s Haris Medunjanin puts friendships aside for Philadelphia Union reunion: We can talk after Cincy take 3 points
Medunjanin called Jim Curtin an “amazing guy, amazing coach,” and said it will be nice to see his friends on the team, including Kacper Przybyłko, Jamiro Monteiro, Alejandro Bedoya and Brenden Aaronson, who he called “my son over there.”

Opponent Scout: Union head to the Queen City
After just two days of rest and preparation, Philadelphia Union are headed to Cincinnati for another midweek matchup on Wednesday. Kickoff from Nippert Stadium is at 7:30.

Crozer Health Injury Report: Union at FC Cincinnati
Ahead of the club’s midweek road match at FC Cincinnati on Wednesday, Philadelphia Union Head Coach Jim Curtin provided an update on the injury status of the squad.

MLS News

MLS Announces Remaining Regular Season Schedule
Major League Soccer today announced the schedule and broadcast details for the remainder of the 2020 MLS Regular Season. The regular season culminates with MLS Decision Day 2020 presented by AT&T on Sunday, Nov. 8 on ABC, FS1, TSN, and TVA Sports.

Power Rankings: Antics or not, FC Dallas climb after massive two-win week
Despite their continued good form, the Union drop to number three in the MLS Power Rankings.

OFFICIAL: Atlanta United signs Marcelino Moreno from Lanús
Financial details of the deal we not officially disclosed, but reports out of Argentina have the Five Stripes paying around a $7 million transfer fee for the versatile midfielder.

U.S. Soccer News

USMNT October friendlies cancelled due to Covid-19
The announcement did note that the team is hopeful to still play the friendlies scheduled for November in Europe. USMNT General Manager Brian McBride noted, “while we won’t have the team together in this upcoming window, we are making considerable progress for November.”