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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Union looking to clinch playoff spot with against Toronto

Know Your Enemy, MLS Power Rankings and Houston may have found their new GM

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Philadelphia Union News

Know Your Enemy | Union take playoff push to Toronto
2021 has seen the usual Eastern Conference contender at the other end of the standings with Toronto FC entering the match with just 26 points in 31 matches. Despite being eliminated from MLS Cup Playoff contention, Toronto FC played the role of spoiler last time out against their Canadian rivals.

Pressing Points | No Sitting Back
With yet another two-game week on the horizon, Philadelphia Union Head Coach Jim Curtin discussed his plan of attack during his press conference on Tuesday afternoon.

Scenario Season | How the Union can secure the spot on Wednesday night
Philadelphia Union enters tomorrow night’s contest at Toronto FC sitting in second place in the Eastern Conference. There will be more than just three points on the line as the Boys in Blue can clinch their spot in the MLS Cup Playoffs.

MLS News

Power Rankings: LA Galaxy, Minnesota make leap after Weeks 31 & 32
The Union hold firm at the five spot in this week’s MLS Power Rankings.

Minnesota United pursue Brazilian forward for U22 Initiative spot
Navarro has been lighting up Brazil’s second flight this season with 12 goals and eight assists in 30 league appearances. He came up through the Fluminense youth system, then moved to AC Goianiense’s U-20 squad before ending up with Botofogo’s U-20 side.

Columbus Crew’s Pat Onstad to be named Houston Dynamo general manager
Onstad joined the Crew in 2014 as an assistant coach on Gregg Berhalter’s staff. Onstad then took on his current role as technical director before the 2019 season as part of the new look front office under team president and general manager Tim Bezbatchenko.

U.S. Soccer News

Projecting the USMNT November World Cup qualifying roster
Facing Mexico at home in Cincinnati, then traveling to Jamaica to play the Reggae Boyz, the Americans are looking at the real possibility of once again being without two of its best attacking players in Christian Pulisic and Gio Reyna.