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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Accam looks to right the ship in 2019

Union sign a new keeper, Atlanta signs Pity and the USMNT schedule a new opponent

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Philadelphia Union News

Union sign goalkeeper Carlos Miguel Coronel on loan for 2019
According to the press release from the Union, it was Tanner who brought Coronel from his native Brazil to Austria in 2015 where he played with FC Liefering in the Austrian Second Division. Liefering is an affiliate club of RB Salzburg, and Coronel made his debut in the Austrian Bundesliga in the final match of 2018.

David Accam wants to push past injuries in 2019
David Accam’s disappointing first season with the Union came as a surprise to those who’ve watched his years in MLS.

Taking a look at the Union’s depth chart
Unlike past years, the Union carry plenty of depth in most attacking positions, but the one spot they’re lacking at the moment is at the No. 10 or central attacking midfield position.

MLS News

Atlanta United officially signs Pity Martinez
The 25-year-old is a dynamic attacking midfielder, capable of playing through the middle or on either wing. He’s known for his playmaking ability but is also a polished attacker in front of goal.

FC Dallas transfers Chris Richards to Bayern Munich
Richards had been in Munich on loan with their U-19s since July but will now be solely in the hands of the reigning Bundesliga champions after signing a four-and-a-half-year deal through June 2023.

U.S. Soccer News

USMNT to face Chile on March 26th in Houston
The United States is 3-5-2 all-time against Chile in a series that dates back to the 1950 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

Rest of the World News

Monaco sacks Thierry Henry with team sitting in the Relegation Zone
Earlier in the day, ESPN FC sources said that Henry had been given a vote of confidence from Monaco, but hours later the club confirmed they had suspended the former Arsenal star and put assistant Franck Passi in charge of first-team training beginning on Friday.