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USMNT to have a new coach by 2019, with the goalkeeping situation in flux as well.

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Philadelphia Union News

Union scouting Kacper Przybylko, 6-foot-4 Polish striker, to boost attack for playoffs
Jim Curtin calls the 25-year-old "A big target No. 9 and a guy who has really good feet for a big guy."

Philadelphia Union looks to shed stigma in run to MLS Cup playoffs
The Philadelphia Union's eight-plus seasons in MLS have been defined by pain and final defeats. Jim Curtin is trying to turn that around.

Union quiet for now, but season’s toughest stretch begins next week
From Sept. 15-29, the Union will play five games in 15 days across three time zones — including road trips to Seattle, Houston for the U.S. Open Cup final, and fellow playoff contender Columbus.

MLS News

Vancouver Whitecaps Sign Marvin Emnes for 2018 MLS Season
The Vancouver Whitecaps have added veteran Dutch striker/winger Marvin Emnes for the remainder of 2018 season

Report: Manchester City, Chelsea among top European clubs scouting George Bello
Atlanta United’s 16-year-old left back is getting looked at by some of the biggest clubs in the world.

US Soccer News

Zack Steffen, Alex Bono looking to take charge in open USMNT goalkeeping competition
For the first time in decades, the United States men’s national team goalkeeper position is under question.

U.S. general manger Earnie Stewart aims to name new coach by end of 2018
U.S. team GM Earnie Stewart says he has completed developing a profile for the next manager and hopes to hire someone by the end of 2018.

Sebastian Lletget departs USMNT camp due to injury
The LA Galaxy midfielder is suffering from an abductor injury.

Rest of World News

Germany, France goalless draw shows UEFA Nations League's limitations
A largely disappointing game was illuminated by flashes of skill by Kylian Mbappe, as Germany sought to forget their World Cup nightmare.