Daily news roundups

Daily news roundup

Philadelphia Union’s Sebastien Le Toux named one of  20 best USL players ever by the league.

ESPN releases its TV schedule for the World Cup. Every match will be aired live, with  and there will be more coverage than ever before. To give you some perspective, not only will the U.S. vs. England – and the final game – be live on ABC in mid-afternoon, but ABC will air a live mid-afternoon match every Saturday and Sunday during the group stage.

The U.S. youth international teams go nowhere at the Copa Chivas – except home, now that they’re all out of the tourney.

Manchester City loans Robinho to Santos, the Brazilian club that play the New York Red Bulls in March.

The Seattle Sounders will set another MLS attendance record, now that their season tickets will go up to 32,000, higher than the attendance record they set last year. Capacity will be 36,000 at Qwest Field.

Ghana-Nigeria at 11 a.m. and Algeria-Egypt at 2:30 p.m. today in the African Cup of Nations semifinals. Watch it online at various places we can’t tell you. (You know, so they don’t get shut down.)

Eintracht Frankfurt goalkeeper Oka Nikolov to move from Germany to the Red Bulls, where he can look forward to taking bullets from Philadelphia Union’s players.

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