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While Accam would relish the idea of playing in the Premier League, he would prefer a loan and not a permanent move just yet, according to a person with knowledge of the situation.
When asked about his playing career, CJ Brown laughs and smiles. He does that often.
The New York City FC assistant coach was a tenacious and physical central defender who enjoyed a successful 13-year playing career with the Chicago Fire.
“It’s always fun to go back,” Brown said. “I consider it my second home. It’s a special place for me.”