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MLS Power Rankings, San Jose fire their GM and more in today’s links

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Philadelphia Union News

Philadelphia Union Promote Tommy Wilson To Director of Academy And Professional Development
Philadelphia Union announced today that Tommy Wilson has been promoted to Director of Academy and Professional Development, a position that will integrate his previous role as Academy Director with new responsibilities that will oversee the Union’s entire player development pathway.

MLS News

San Jose Earthquakes fire GM Fioranelli amid winless streak
The Quakes floundered under Fioranelli, who had a 41-67-28 regular-season record. They snuck into the MLS Cup playoffs in 2017 and 2020, losing in the first game each time.

MLS Power Rankings: NYCFC impress, San Jose slide after Weeks 9 and 10
The Union slide to sixth in the MLS Power Rankings after only earning five points from three games last week.

North Carolina native Adam Armour is the latest player signing by Charlotte FC
Armour, 18, becomes Charlotte’s youngest player and third defender, joining Christian Fuchs and Jan Sobociński. He is a native of Cary, N.C. and has experience representing the United States as a member of the U17 Men’s National Team during the 2019 FIFA U17 World Cup in Brazil and the 2019 Concacaf U17 Championship.

Rest of the World News

England eliminate Germany with Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane goals at Wembley
After a quiet first half, Luke Shaw grew into the game and provided an assist for England’s opener, while Jack Grealish once again started on the bench, but was introduced on 69 minutes in place in place of Bukayo Saka and also set up a goal.

Frank de Boer out at Netherlands after shock elimination
De Boer took over a side which had already qualified for Euro 2020, but he became the first Netherlands boss to fail to win any of his first four matches.

Didier Deschamps to remain as boss despite shock exit
Deschamps is under contract until December 2022 and Le Graet was even considering extending his deal to July 2024, but that was before their disappointing exit from Euro 2020.