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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Warren Crevalle speaks with GQ on his clothing line

2021 MLS Cup betting odds, USWNT adds a game with Sweden and more in today’s links

Philadelphia Union News

Warren Creavalle Puts His Career on Pause to Run His Clothing Line
Last summer, Warren Creavalle was a midfielder for the Philadelphia Union with a sideline in activism and clothing design. But a season in the bubble led him to reassess his priorities—and upend his career.

MLS News

2021 MLS Cup odds: See where every club ranks as preseason gets underway
Head coach Bob Bradley’s team was dealt +500 odds by the league’s official gaming partner, putting the 2019 Supporters’ Shield winners in line for potentially another trophy.

Whitecaps add Angola D Gaspar on loan
Internationally, Gaspar represented Portugal at a number of levels before reclassifying to represent Angola, his father’s nation of birth, at the senior level. Gaspar has been capped four times by Angola.

D.C. United acquire Venezuela under-20 forward Jovanny Bolivar on one-year loan
The 19-year-old, who scored his first professional goal just over a year ago, joins from Venezuelan league champions Deportivo La Guaira. United stated that the one-year loan does include a permanent transfer clause.

Atlanta United acquires Andrew Gutman from Celtic, sends to New York Red Bulls on loan
The Five Stripes acquired Gutman’s MLS rights early this offseason ahead of the MLS Re-Entry draft when they traded $75,000 in GAM to FC Cincinnati for the first overall pick.

U.S. Soccer News

USWNT will play Sweden for April away friendly
The United States women’s national team will take advantage of the April FIFA window by traveling to Sweden for an away game in Stockholm on April 10. Per USSF’s media release, they are attempting to finalize a second away game for April 13.

Rest of the World News

UCL Rewind: Porto stuns Juventus, Borussia Dortmund ousts Sevilla
Cristiano Ronaldo’s quest to bring a Champions League title to Juventus has come up short once again, while Erling Haaland continued to make current Champions League tournament his own personal showcase.