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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Sullivan keeps forcing way into Union attack

Findlay enjoying life in America, MLS Team of the Week and more in today’s links

MLS: Philadelphia Union at Inter Miami CF Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

Stuart Findlay on life after Kilmarnock as defender lifts lid on journey from Cambuslang to Philadelphia
The former Kilmarnock man still has to push his way into the first team but is loving every minute of his opportunity.

Philadelphia Union finalizing signing of South American pair
The Philadelphia Union are finalizing deals to acquire Brazilian forward Matheus Davo from Corinthians and Venezuelan midfielder Jesus Bueno from Deportivo Lara in separate moves, sources tell

The Union played their last four games with just two healthy strikers. Now they will finally get relief.
Andre Blake hasn’t been the only major absence during the Union’s recent run of unsatisfying results.

Quinn Sullivan continues to force his way into Union attack
The Philadelphia Union have always been a team that is looking to give their youth players a chance to succeed and Quinn Sullivan looks to be the next who is making the most of his chances at a young age.

MLS News

27 Takeaways: One observation on every MLS team after Week 15
In MLS Week 15, we saw the latest FC Dallas young star make league history and an emphatic victory for New York City FC, among plenty of other storylines.

MLS Team of the Week presented by Audi: FC Dallas, NYCFC and Sporting KC dominate in Week 15
Kacper Przybylko earned a spot on the bench of the MLS Team of the Week after his two goal performance last week.

Could Austin FC’s scoring woes be over? New signees inject hope for struggling team
An Argentina native, the forward spent five seasons with Primera Division member River Plate, scoring 17 goals in his final season with the club before transferring to the Russian Premier League. While with FC Zenit, Driussi helped the club to the Russian Cup Championship in 2019 and scored 21 goals in four seasons with the team.