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MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 13

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Week 13 in MLS provided plenty of entertainment, with some rivalry matches and plenty of high scoring games.

The action got underway on Thursday, as the Chicago Fire beat FC Dallas, 2-1, with all of the goals coming in the first nine minutes. (READ)

Toronto FC continued their strong run of form with a dominant performance against the Columbus Crew, putting five goals past them.

Sean Davis shows positive signs in Red Bulls victory

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Kemar Lawrence may have grabbed the headlines in the New York Red Bulls victory over the New England Revolution on Saturday, but it was the renewed confidence of Sean Davis that quietly shone brightest on the evening.

Davis returned to the lineup following Tyler Adams call-up to the U.S. Under-20 Men's National Teamfor World Cup duty.

Red Bulls down Revs to snap four-match winless slide

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After four matches without a win, the New York Red Bulls looked ready to make it five on Saturday night after an early Lee Nguyen penalty kick put them in a hole after just nine minutes.

Rather than fold, the Red Bulls proceeded to put together one of their better matches in recent memory,rallying with two second-half goals to beat the New England Revolution, 2-1, at Red Bull Arena.

Red Bulls Notes: Working to halt winless skid, new formation yields mixed results, and more

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With more thana third of the season gone, the New York Red Bulls are still a team in flux. Inconsistency presents itself in the lineup and the performances alike.

Despite halting a three-game losing streak, Jesse Marsch and the Red Bulls know they have a long way to go as they prepare for this weekend's match against New England Revolution.

MLS recaps, North American 2026 World Cup bid news: Brotherly Game Daily Links 5/9/17

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Philadelphia Union News

Sapong's hat-trick the third in Union history
CJ Sapong had a historic night for the Union, when he netted his first career hat-trick in a 3-0 win against New York Red Bulls.

A showcase of Major League Soccer stars shows how much the Union still need to improve
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MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 10

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Week 10 of MLS action provide a few surprises, including one team earning their first win, and the league's hottest team dropping two on the road.

Sporting Kansas City opened the action in midweek play with a 2-0 victory over the New York Red Bulls thanks to Dom Dwyer.

The SBI Show: Episode 275 (with special guest Dax McCarty)

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Ever since the stunning trade that sent Dax McCarty to the Chicago Fire, the clock started ticking on his inevitable return to Red Bull Arena. That return is coming this weekend, and the U.S. Men's National Team midfielder joins The SBI Show to discuss what is sure to be an emotional return.

Episode 275 of The SBI Show features McCarty, who joins host Ives Galarcep to discuss facing his former team, and returning to the stadium he called home for six seasons.

LA Galaxy

Red Bulls turn in uninspired performance in lopsided loss to Galaxy

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May has not been a kind month to the New York Red Bulls. They have played three games and have lost all of them, but this latest 3-1 defeat to the LA Galaxy at home was especially devastating.

Head coach Jesse Marsch referred to the loss as "the worst performance" at Red Bull Arena since he was hired by New York in 2015.

LA Galaxy correct course in win against the New York Red Bulls

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Curt Onalfo's tenure as coach of the LA Galaxy did not get off to a splendid start. With two wins in their opening eight matches, the team was putting in lackluster performances, a crisis emerging for the five-time MLS Cup champions.

Yet, after scoring two second half goals in a come-from-behind draw against the Chicago Fire last week, the Galaxy were finally able to get back to winning ways with a dynamic 3-1 win over the New York Red Bulls on Sunday, their first win since beating the Montreal Impact on April 7.

Alessandrini leads Galaxy to resounding victory over Red Bulls

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The LA Galaxy's rough start has been widely discussed but, on Sunday, they became the first team to go into Red Bull Arena and emerge with three points in hand thanks to their major offseason signing.

The Galaxy became the first team to record a win at Red Bull Arena, beating the New York Red Bulls, 3-1, on Sunday.

Philadelphia Union

D.C. United in search of answers after loss to Philadelphia Union

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The Black-and-Red were shut out for the fourth time in six home games

D.C. United came into this three game home stand, off their best stretch of the season, with a serious chance to move up the standings in the Eastern Conference. A loss to the New York Red Bulls was the lone loss in their previous five games, with three wins to go with a draw in the other four games, all in which United scored at least two goals.

D.C. United embarrassed in 4-0 loss to Philadelphia Union

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Luciano Acosta received a straight red card in the second half

Saturday night was one to forget for D.C. United, as the Black-and-Red were smashed 4-0 by the Philadelphia Union. Luciano Acosta was shown a red card in the second half, as United trailed 1-0 thanks to a first half goal from Haris Medunjanin.

SBI MLS Power Rankings: Week 10

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An upset victory marked the moment of the weekend in week 10 of MLS action, while a few top teams had terrible weeks.

The Philadelphia Union are the story of the week after seizing their first win of the season against the New York Red Bulls.

Should we feel better now that the Union have won?

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The Union have won for the first time since last August, but is there reason to believe that things will be getting any better?

Player of the week: C.J. Sapong

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Philadelphia, and their fans, were in desperate need of a win. C.J. Sapong ensured the Union would get just that. He is our "Player of the week."

Andre Blake, CJ Sapong make MLS Team of the Week

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Another streak that was long overdue to end has ended.

It's been a while since a Philadelphia Union player was nominated to the MLS Team of the Week. August 29th of last year to be exact, when Keegan Rosenberry was named in the Week 25 edition. But just like the Union's winless streak, that all came to an end when both Andre Blake and CJ Sapong were named for their performances against the New York Red Bulls.

Slumpbusting win just the first step for the Union

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CHESTER, PA With every goal C.J. Sapong scored on Saturday night came a bigger sigh of relief from the forward himself, his Philadelphia Union teammates and the crowd at Talen Energy Stadium.

Sapong bagged his first-career hat-trick over an 11-minute span to power the Union to a 3-0 victory over the New York Red Bulls.

Player ratings: Union 3-0 Red Bulls

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The Union picked up their first victory since the Battle of Appomattox Court House. It isn't, however, "10's" across the board. This week's player ratings highlights the heroes and acknowledges those with room to improve.

In pictures: Union 3-0 Red Bulls

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PSP photographer Dan Gajdamowicz was on the scene for the Union's first win. Take a look at the action.

Postgame video: Union 3-0 Red Bulls

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PSP's Mike Servedio and KYW Greg Orlandini break down the match. Interviews with C.J. Sapong, Keegan Rosenberry and Alejandro Bedoya. Postgame press conference with Jim Curtin.

Sapong hat-trick helps Union snap long winless slide with rout of Red Bulls

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CHESTER, PA The Philadelphia Union's 16-game regular-season winless streak has ended.

C.J. Sapong recorded a second-half hat-trick to lead the Union to a 3-0 victory over the New York Red Bulls on Saturday at Talen Energy Stadium. The win is the Union's first sincea 2-0 over Sporting Kansas City onAugust 27, 2016.

Match report: Philadelphia Union 3-0 New York Red Bulls

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The Union rode a hat trick from C.J. Sapong to their first win of the season, 3-0 over New York Red Bulls.

2017 MLS Season: Philadelphia Union vs. New York Red Bulls story stream

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The New York Red Bulls head down the New Jersey Turnpike to face off against the Philadelphia Union. Here is everything you need to know about the match, from previews to reviews and reactions.

Philadelphia Union vs. New York Red Bulls, West Ham defeats Spurs: Brotherly Game Daily Links 5/6/17

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Union battle hated rivals New York Red Bulls, before that enjoy the links.

Philadelphia Union News

Match Preview: Philadelphia Union vs. New York Red Bulls
The Union will try to win while the other team will probably stop them from doing that.

Three Questions about Philadelphia Union with Brotherly Game: MLS 2017, Week 10
Eugene Rupinski stoped by Once a Metro to fill them in before RBNY's first run at Philadelphia in MLS 2017.

Union vs Red Bulls Quick Reference

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Get up to date on the Union's history against New York Red Bulls. We've got all of the match stats, highlights from our match reports and analysis, video highlights, and more.

Match preview: Philadelphia Union vs. Red Bull New York

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What and who to look for when the Union face Red Bull this Saturday

United defeats United, England and France recap: Brotherly Game Daily Links 5/1/17

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New month new links.

Philadelphia Union News

Philadelphia Union defense holds strong earning a result against LA Galaxy
Philadelphia Union drew with LA Galaxy 0-0 in front of a crowd of 25,008 at the StubHub Center in Carson, California on Saturday night.

New York Red Bulls defeat Dax McCarty and Chicago Fire
Union take on the Red Bulls this coming Saturday, let's see how their last game went.

D.C. United

Nick DeLeon sidelined for 6 weeks after hernia surgery

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DeLeon could miss at least the next eight league games

D.C. United announced Friday afternoon that versatile defender Nick DeLeon, who has missed the past three games, will miss another six weeks after having surgery to fix a bilateral sports hernia. The recovery from surgery will sideline DeLeon until at least the end of June.

Good vibes quickly vanish as D.C. United lose to Montreal Impact

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United get three game home stand off to disappointing start

D.C. United had every right to come into Saturday's game against the Montreal Impact feeling good about themselves. Most recently, they had gone down to Georgia, and strutted away with three points after a 3-1 win over Atlanta United.

Ailing D.C. United limping into Atlanta United test

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The Black-and-Red wrap up road swing with first-ever meeting with Atlanta

D.C. United hasn't exactly enjoyed the start of the recent three-game road swing in MLS play. There were a couple of positives in the first half two weeks ago, until poor play after the break undid them against the New York Red Bulls.

“Important” road result for D.C. United after a wild draw with the Revs

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Despite making several enforced changes to their lineup, United managed to get a road result at New England

D.C. United's 2-2 draw on Saturday night against the New England Revolution had a little bit of everything, and provided plenty of story lines which could be the focus of post game analysis.

D.C. United settle for 2-2 draw against New England Revolution

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United gave up goals to start each half, but first half goals from Jared Jeffrey & Sebastien Le Toux gave them a road point

D.C. United couldn't have asked for a worse start in either half against the New England Revolution on Saturday evening. United conceded in the 5th and 48th minutes, but thanks to first half goals from Jared Jeffrey and Sebastien Le Toux, the Black-and-Red got out of Gillette Stadium with a point in an eventful 2-2 draw with the Revolution.

Chicago Fire

McCarty both underwhelmed, overwhelmed after return to Red Bull Arena

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For the better part of five years, Dax McCarty called Red Bull Arena home. He made the midfield his own as he helped lead the Red Bulls to unprecedented success. He long held down the corner locker, helping build a nucleus that would lead the Red Bulls to the club's most successful run.

Red Bulls down Fire in McCarty's return to Red Bull Arena

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The New York Red Bulls capped off a three match stretch at home with a third consecutive win, this time beating the Chicago Fire 2-1 on Saturday at Red Bull Arena.

The match's opening goal came in the 37th minute, as Daniel Royer found Bradley Wright-Phillips in front of goal. The Englishman coolly finished from close range, scoring his fourth goal of the season.

Marsch excited to see, embrace McCarty in first match since trade

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On Saturday, for the first time since thecontroversial offseason trade that sent him to the Chicago Fire, Dax McCarty will return to Red Bull Arena, and New York Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch is very much looking forward to it.

He's not looking forward to the prospect of going head-to-head against his former player or proving his team is better off without him.

The Rest

Robles penalty save helps Red Bulls tie TFC

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The penalty call was just, but the sequence leading up to it wasn't. Toronto FC drew a penalty call that threatened to give the Canadian club a winning goal, even as New York Red Bulls players protested against what appeared to be a clear foul by Jozy Altidore on Red Bulls defender Aaron Long.

The referee got that one wrong, but Luis Robles made it right.

Three questions with Once A Metro

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We spoke with Austin Fido of Once A Metro, SB Nation's New York Red Bulls blog, about the upcoming not-a-rivalry-rivalry match between RBNY and the Union.

Eugene Rupinski, Brotherly Game) For a long time, Dax McCarty was the beating heart of the New York Red Bulls.

Match Preview: New York Red Bulls II vs. Harrisburg City Islanders

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The City Islanders look to get their second win of the year over NYRBII

Match: New York Red Bulls II vs. Harrisburg City Islanders

Date: Saturday, May 6th

Time: 4:00pm

Venue: MSU Soccer Park (Montclair, NJ)

Refs: REF: HENRIK KARLSSON AR1: Amilcar Sicaju AR2: Victor Vazquez 4TH: Brian Dipaolo

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Harrisburg all time vs NYRBII (W-L-T): 3-4-0

How New York will look: New York stands at a level 2-2-2 after six matches this season.

Dwyer brace powers Sporting KC past resting Red Bulls

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The New York Red Bulls' bid to rest starters in a midweek road match fell short Wednesday night as Dom Dwyer powered Sporting KC to another home victory.

Jesse Marsch and the Red Bulls deployed key starters in the second half, but Dwyer's scoring quality was too much to handle.

Fire Create Boatload of Chances, Sink in NY

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The Chicago Fire traveled to Harrison, NJ to take on the New York Red Bulls last Friday, intent on snapping New York's 18-match home unbeaten streak, and solidifying their place in the Eastern Conference table. The Fire were not afraid to push the game at the Red Bulls, but crucial mistakes in front of New York's goal prevented the Fire from cashing in on the plethora of scoring chances that they conjured.