11 Reasons why Atlanta United FC needs to sign Quincy Amarikwa right now!

1. The transfer market Internationally is closed and it will take time to find a true one for one replacement for Joseph Martinez @josefmartinez17

2. Atlanta has very minimal space left on their salary cap.

3. They need a proven MLS depth veteran who can integrate into the system quickly.

4. Quincy is the perfect depth forward who fits every need for Atlanta and more.

5. Quincy did this perfectly for DC United filling a much-needed role backing up Wayne Rooney  @waynerooney  – first unofficially “pool forward of Major League Soccer”

6. Did the same for Montreal Impact the year before for Ignacio Piatti and San Jose’s Earthquakes Chris Wondoloski @ChrisWondo8

7. Wayne Rooney even posted his support of the #MSL (Mental Strength League) so you know it works!

8. When called upon Quincy shut down Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the most important game of the season for D.C United helping them secure the 2-1 victory pushing them on their run to the playoffs.

9. Quincy scored a goal in every single appearance against international competition in 2019. Scoring against @olympiquedemarseille @realbetisbalompie and @clubpuebla! He thinks and plays on an international level!

10. When starting for D.C. United Quincy’s side had zero losses in 2019.

11. Quincy is and has always been a fan favorite everywhere he goes and understands how to quickly become whatever is needed for the team at the time. And more importantly, is willing to do the unselfish work that most players (especially forwards) are unwilling to do…. Quincy is the greatest teammate of all time!

 

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