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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Columbus Saved

The Crew are staying in Columbus, Brek Shea could be heading to the ATL and more in today’s links

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MLS News

Columbus Crew officially sold to Jimmy Haslam, will stay in Columbus
Major League Soccer announced that MLS has an agreement in principle with a new ownership group led by former team doctor Pete Edwards and Cleveland Browns owner Dee and Jimmy Haslam to assume an ownership position in Major League Soccer and operate Crew SC on an interim basis on Jan. 1 until a deal is finalized.

Orlando City sign Jhegson “Sebas” Méndez
Méndez, a native of Mira, Ecuador, is a 5-foot-11 central midfielder who can play either on the attacking side or the defensive end. He’s played five matches with Ecuador’s national team after stints on his country’s U-20 and U-17 squads.

Three theoretical questions about MLS for 2019
Here are three big theoretical questions every club should be pondering. They don’t necessarily need an answer, but they better be aware of them.

Ten MLS talents that could be in for a breakout 2019
This list includes five players who made the 22 Under 22 ranking this past fall and at least as many future US national team prospects.

Atlanta United reportedly interested in Brek Shea
In search of options to replace Greg Garza and his hairstyle, Atlanta United are reportedly set to sign left back/left winger/forward/artist Brek Shea.