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NEW YORK (AP) Nick Cushing is moving to Major League Soccer as an assistant coach for New York City after six seasons as head coach of Manchester City's women's team.
Both teams are owned by City Football Group.
At Manchester City, Cushing won the 2016 Women's Super League and led the team to the European Women's Champions League semifinals in 2017 and 2018. He will leave England after City's match against Arsenal on Feb. 2.
He will work under new NYC head coach Ronny Deila.
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Updated January 9, 2020