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1. The New England Revolution has added Richie Williams as an assistant coach. Williams, who most recently served as the head coach of D.C. United's new USL Championship affiliate, Loudoun United, will be re-united with sporting director and head coach Bruce Arena whom he played for at the University of Virginia, D.C. United and on the U.S. national team and was an assistant under at the New York Red Bulls and on the national team in 2017. Williams had been the U.S. U-17 national team head coach for two cycles (2013 and 2015). To replace Williams, D.C. United hired former academy director Ryan Martin as the Loudoun United head coach.

-- Calendar: U.S. Open Cup (Fourth Round)

2. Orlando City hired Marcelo Neveleff as its new academy director. He comes from the New England Revolution, where he served as a first-team assistant coach since 2017. The Argentine knows the Florida youth scene well, having served as the technical director of Weston FC for six years (2009-15). The Orlando City academy will make the Orlando City Training Complex at Osceola Heritage Park its new training center for the 2019-20 season. The first team will move to the Osceola Heritage site in 2020.

3. Ben Zemanski, who retired after nine seasons in MLS and the USL, has joined the University of Portland as an assistant coach under Nick Carlin-Voigt. Zemanski played for Chivas USA (2010-12) and the Portland Timbers (2013-17) in MLS before joining the Pittsburgh Riverhounds in 2018.
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