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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Mark McKenzie reflects on 2018

Union interested in a new striker, Martinez named MVP and more in today’s links

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Philadelphia Union News

Union rumored to be interested in striker from the Chilean league
Santos currently plays for Audax Italiano in the Campeonato Scotiabank Primera División, the top division in Chile.

Mark McKenzie reflects on his debut season
Philadelphia Union centerback Mark McKenzie experienced plenty of firsts throughout his inaugural Major League Soccer season, but his final accomplishment was one of the rarest.

MLS News

Josef Martinez name 2018 MLS MVP
His marksmanship in front of goal was the catalyst for Atlanta United’s second-best record in the league and has continued to carry them in the playoffs, all the way to their first MLS Cup.

Columbus proposes new stadium plan to replace MAPFRE
The Crew would remain in Columbus and use Mapfre Stadium for two years before moving to a new stadium under a proposal to be announced by community leaders Thursday, part of a new ownership plan for the professional soccer franchise.

Bruce Arena rumored to be new Columbus head coach
He’s back to haunt the MLS.

Orlando City looking to buy Brazilian right back
Although Pikachu is linked with Orlando City, a source with knowledge of the situation told The Mane Land that the club currently doesn’t have the resources for the signing.

Montral signs French winger Harry Novillo
Novillo, 26, was named to the Australian A-League Team of the Season by the Professional Football Association following the 2015-16 campaign, after recording nine goals and four assists in 21 games, including 20 starts, and 1,783 minutes with Melbourne City.

Rest of the World News

Midweek review from the Premier League
Manchester United remain distant spectators in a Premier League title race in which Liverpool continue to chase Manchester City but showed plenty of spirit as they twice equalized in a 2-2 draw with in-form Arsenal at Old Trafford on Wednesday.