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Brotherly Game Daily Links: How the Union built their 2019 roster

One more season preview, get to know Toronto FC better and who won the MLS Offseason

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Philadelphia Union News

Brotherly Game Philadelphia Union Season Preview
This is the best and most complete season preview, as it came from our fearless leader Matt Ralph!

Know your enemy: Toronto FC
Since losing the CONCACAF Champions League final, TFC has spiraled, and nobody is quite sure why. At first, the dominant answer was injuries. But time continued to pass, players continued to get healthy, and the results never improved.

How the Union built their 2019 roster
With new sporting director Ernst Tanner in place, he and head coach Jim Curtin set out a course for which parts of roster the team should improve.

MLS News

Toronto extends Jozy Altidore though 2022
Reports from TSN’s Kristian Jack indicate that Jozy Altidore and Toronto FC have agreed to a deal that would see the striker remain with the club until the end of the 2022 season. According to Jack, the deal is not official but has been agreed to by the two parties.

Red Bul

Who won the MLS offseason?
MLSsoccer.com spoke to a cohort of club executives to get a feel for who they think won the 2018-19 offseason.

LAFC signs Alejandro Guido from Club Tijuana
Guido had spent his entire pro career to date with Club Tijuana, aside from a short loan stint with Dorados, after turning pro in 2012. But while he had a long tenure with Xolos, he failed to really break through with the first team, making 56 appearances in all competitions for the club, scoring two goals.