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News roundup: Chris Albright leaves Union, Union international call-ups, Brooks injured for USMNT

Philadelphia Union

Andre Blake has been named to the MLS Team of the Week for his late game heroics.

Technical Director Chris Albright is leaving the Union to become Cincinnati’s GM.

Speaking of Cincinnati, the Union will travel there Saturday for their next match.

The Union have a long list of international callups:

Alvas Powell and Andre Blake with Jamaica.

Daniel Gazdag with Hungary.

Olivier Mbazio with Cameroon.

Jamiro Monteiro with Cape Verde.

Jose Martinez with Venezuela.


The rest of the MLS Team of the Week available here.

Brian White of the Vancouver Whitecaps is the MLS Player of the Week.

What to takeaway from all of Week 29 action.

How did Argentinean Lucas Zelarayan become a part of Armenia’s national team?

Is a former La Liga coach bound for a MLS vacancy?


John Brooks is out of qualifiers with a back injury.

Watford have hired Claudio Ranieri as their new manager.

Sally Yates has been hired to investigate NWSL abuse claims.

Is Nations League Belgium’s last chance to win a trophy?

Park Ji-Sung has asked Manchester United fans to stop singing his chant.





  1. The Chopper says:

    Albright will be missed. Managing the MLS salary cap and all the different streams of allocation money is one of the most difficult front office tasks in any sport. His presence made Tanner’s job much easier. I think he’ll do well in Cincy. He is ready

    • not saying FCC is a dumpster fire but Albright lived the pain of a middling, dysfunctional club and came away unscathed. he’ll do well there, with more resources and turn them into a competitive club

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