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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Przybylko leading the way for the Union

Accam traded again, Arena excited for chance in New England and more in today’s links

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Philadelphia Union News

How Kacper Przybylko emerged to lead the Philadelphia Union’s front line
After spending his first six months with the Philadelphia Union in relative obscurity, German-born Polish striker Kacper Przybylko has broken out in a big way.

MLS News

Three points in the pocket: LAFC 2, FC Dallas 0
Los Angeles Football Club stretched their unbeaten streak to five games with a second win in less than a week after taking down FC Dallas at the Banc Thursday night. Carlos Vela again added to his league-leading goal total (13) and Diego Rossi came through with a late goal to seal it.

David Accam traded to Nashville SC
In return, Columbus will receive $350,000 in General Allocation Money and $100,000 in Targeted Allocation Money.

Atlanta United becoming a defensive juggernaut under Frank de Boer
That is five consecutive wins, all of them clean sheets. That is Major League Soccer record. After taking a paltry two points from its first four games, Atlanta now has 18 from its past seven.

New England Revolution coach Arena says don’t compare him to Bill Belichick
Newly appointed New England Revolution manager Bruce Arena said it’s a great time to be back in MLS and coaching in the Boston area, but warned against any comparisons to legendary NFL coach Bill Belichick.