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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Przybylko’s two year Union anniversary

MLS FIFA 21 Ratings, Dest could be on the move to Barca and more in today’s links

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Philadelphia Union News

OTD 2018: The Friendly Striker Arrives
Announced on September 16th, 2018, fans had to wait to see the debut of Przybylko until April 20, 2019 to see the forward take to the pitch. Seven days later the 6’4” striker earned his first start at Vancouver and immediately put the league and fans on notice with his first goal.

MLS News

MLS Wednesday Rewind: FC Dallas thumps Rapids, Impact fall to Whitecaps, and more
The Vancouver Whitecaps played spoiler on Wednesday after beating the Montreal Impact and denying them a place in the Canadian Championship final.

FIFA 21 ratings: LAFC’s Carlos Vela, Inter Miami’s Blaise Matuidi rated highest MLS players
The ratings for Major League Soccer players in FIFA 21 are out, and the top spot goes to LAFC forward and reigning Landon Donovan MLS MVP Carlos Vela at 83 overall.

Report: Multiple MLS clubs seeking to acquire Newcastle United’s US int’l DeAndre Yedlin
Yedlin is on the Allocation Ranking List, which means that if he were to return to MLS, the club at the top of the Allocation Order — currently FC Cincinnati — would have priority to sign him, while any other interested club would have to trade for the No. 1 spot.

U.S. Soccer News

Report: Barcelona considering Sergino Dest transfer
According to the report, Barcelona has reached a point where it will only make roster additions if it succeeds in selling players, and Dest is a target picked out by Koeman, but one Barcelona will only go after if it can sell Semedo. The report also suggests that Dest could join Barcelona on an initial loan deal.

After a promising start to 2020, Olympic hopeful Cappis now stuck in limbo
A year that began with a dream USMNT call-up to January camp has quickly turned into a nightmare for Hobro midfielder Christian Cappis who was deported from Denmark because of mistakes managing his work visa.