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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Union settle for another lackluster draw against Chicago

Union draw, MLS weekend review and the U.S. Women lose to Canada

MLS: Chicago Fire at Philadelphia Union Mitchell Leff-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

Fire hang on for draw with Union after Wyatt Omsberg red card
Frankowski’s goal was enough to earn Chicago (3-9-4, 13 points) its first point on the road in six attempts despite playing the last two-thirds of the game down a man after Wyatt Omsberg’s dismissal.

Jamiro Monteiro misses match, in transfer talks
Philadelphia Union star midfielder Jamiro Monteiro could be on his way out less than two weeks away from one of the biggest matches in team history: the first leg of the Concacaf Champions League semifinal in Mexico City.

MLS News

MLS Scoreboard: Revs score late to down Red Bulls, Inter Miami wins, and more
The New England Revolution continued their impressive run at the top of the Eastern Conference table, fighting back late at Red Bull Arena to claim three points over rivals New York Red Bulls.

Millonarios announce Cristian Arango has been transferred to LAFC
The club wished Arango well, so they appear to be content with the deal and the player leaving, which is not always a given in these situations.

Vancouver Whitecaps sign Scottish midfielder Ryan Gauld to Designated Player deal
Gauld, who signed a Designated Player contract through 2024, ranked first in key passes and sixth in assists while leading SC Farense in goals last season.

Atlanta United eyeing ex-Roma manager Paulo Fonseca as head coach
It’s a surprising name to hear considering Fonseca has recently managed at a high level with Roma and Shakhtar Donetsk, but also because many were expecting Darren Eales and Atlanta United to target a coach with MLS experience that could stabilize the team in a volatile league.

U.S. Soccer News

USWNT devoid of chemistry as Olympic gold chance slips away with Canada defeat
With the exception of breakout performances by Lynn Williams and Alyssa Naeher against Netherlands, the USWNT never looked remotely like the team that won a World Cup just two years ago.

2021 Gold Cup Final: USA 1-0 Mexico - A last minute goal seals the title for the Stars and Stripes
Miles Robinson headed home an extra-time winner as the United States beat Mexico 1-0 in the 2021 Gold Cup final Sunday night at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.