Daily news roundups

Daily news roundup

Amobi Okugo and Jack McInerney of Philadelphia Union get call-ups to the U.S. U-20 team for the 2010 Copa Chivas tournament.  They head to Mexico today.

American Soccer News, by the way, has an interview with Amobi Okugo.

Vincenzo Bernardo in Philly for a tryout? Rumor has it, but he’s being cryptic.

Red Bulls player rep John Wolyniec says he’s “hopeful” an MLS strike or lockout will be averted now that progress is being made. Players may be looking for contingency plans just the same, Soccer365 says.

Arsenal moves into first place in the EPL.

Nigeria joins Egypt, Angola, Ghana, Ivory Coast and Algeria in qualifying for the African Cup of Nations quarterfinals. Two more slots remain open.

Meanwhile, more classy, CYA behavior from CAF.

10 goals in an Aston Villa – Blackburn match? American Brad Guzan takes the bullets but gets the win.

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