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ATLANTA (Oct. 9, 2018) – Today, Atlanta United announced that midfielder Miguel Almirón is week-to-week with a left hamstring injury. He suffered the injury during United’s 2-1 win over New England Revolution on Oct. 6.
Because of the injury, Almirón won’t be able to travel with the Paraguayan National Team during the current FIFA window, which he was called up for duty. He will now stay in Atlanta to rehabilitate the injury.
With the international break upon us, the United team (20-6-6, 66 points) is off this weekend and returns to action on Sunday, Oct. 21 when they hosts Chicago Fire (3:00 p.m., FOX Sports South, Sports Radio 92-9 The Game).
ABOUT ATLANTA UNITED
Atlanta United joined Major League Soccer in 2017 and became just the fourth expansion team in league history to qualify for MLS Cup Playoffs. The club has set multiple league records including season tickets sales (36,000-plus), single-game attendance (72,243), single-season average (48,200) and total home attendance (819,404). Owned by one of the city’s most influential businessmen and philanthropists, Arthur M. Blank, and led by club President Darren Eales, Atlanta United plays its home matches at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. For more information about Atlanta United, including how to purchase season tickets, visit: www.atlutd.com, and follow @ATLUTD.