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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Creavalle proud of work with Guyana

US drawn with Canada and Cuba, Solskjaer hired permanently and more in today’s links

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Philadelphia Union News

Qualifying for Gold Cup surreal experience for Warren Creavalle
Creavalle entered the contest against Belize in the 67th minute, and he helped Guyana finish off a 2-1 victory against a Belize team that was also in the mix to qualify for the Gold Cup.

MLS News

Allocation order hold up in LA Galaxy transfer of Giancarlo Gonzalez
The Galaxy are 11th in the allocation order, meaning they would have to trade up to acquire the slot needed to bring the former Columbus Crew defender to MLS.

Revolution resign Scott Caldwell to multi-year deal
Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the contract is expected to be for at least two years with at least one team option. Minus incentives, Caldwell’s 2018 salary was $139,475, according to the MLS Players Union.

FC Cincinnati changes new stadium architect
The internationally-recognized firm, Populous, which has offices on four continents will continue to “drive the owner’s vision,” FCC President and General Manager Jeff Berding told The Enquirer.

US Soccer News

USMNT draws Canada and Cuba in CONCACAF Nations League
The group stage is a double round robin, with each team playing the other two teams in its group home and away.

A look back at the US/Canada soccer rivalry
One change with the Concacaf Nations League is that Canada will host a competitive game in the rivalry for the first time since 1997, when the teams met in the Hexagonal round of 1998 World Cup qualifying. The US won that game at Swangard Stadium in Vancouver, 3-0.

Rest of the World News

Solskaer’s ‘cultural reset’ convinced Manchester United to hire him full time
Solskjaer was drafted in as the caretaker manager in December following the sacking of Jose Mourinho, with United’s owners, the Glazer family, and executive vice chairman Ed Woodward turning to the club’s former striker amid growing concern over both results and squad morale under the former Chelsea and Real Madrid coach.