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Brotherly Game Daily Links: More MLS Awards announced

No more DPs for Cincy in 2019, Almiron to England? And more in today’s links

MLS: Columbus Crew SC at Atlanta United FC Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

MLS News

FC Cincinnati unlikely to add a DP for 2019

FCC president and GM Jeff Berding and technical director Luke Sassano told MLSsoccer.com shortly after Cincinnati acquired DP striker Fanendo Adi from Portland in July that the incoming expansion club intended to sign at least one more DP before they moved into MLS in 2019.

Almiron’s agent hints at his future abroad

Miguel Almiron appears to be England-bound.

Zlatan wins another award

It was the shot heard round the world, a goal that went viral and properly announced Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s entrance into Major League Soccer.

Tata Martino wins MLS coach of the Year Award

Utilizing a coaching philosophy that featured complementary star players alongside developing young talent, Martino helped guide the Five Stripes to a record-setting regular season and a berth in the Eastern Conference Championship against the New York Red Bulls.

Stefan Frei wins MLS Save of the Year

Stefan Frei might have been snubbed for MLS Goalkeeper of the Year, finishing second to Zack Steffen of Columbus Crew SC, but no one had a better save this year than the Seattle Sounders netminder.

Rest of the World News

English FA may cut number of foreigners in Premier League

In a bid to deal with Brexit and boost the number of homegrown players, the English FA is planning to reduce the number of overseas players in Premier League squads to 12 from 17, the Times newspaper reported on Tuesday.