Daily news roundups

Daily news roundup

The Union’s Michael Orozco is “adjusting to the team.”

Steve Ralston, the MLS all-time games played leader, turns down contract with New England Revolution and joins the USSF Division 2 expansion side AC St. Louis as player/coach. St. Louis is his hometown.

US midfielder Ricardo Clark’s Eintracht Frankfurt’s debut could be delayed up for to four weeks thanks to a pulled muscle in his right calf.

The Portland City Council has approved a $31 million plan to remodel PGE Park, home of 2011 MLS expansion side the Portland Timbers.

Devann Yao signs short term deal with Roy Keane’s Ipswich Town

Hong Kong businessman Balram Chainrai becomes fourth owner of Portsmouth in a year.

In other Portsmouth news, manager Avram Grant will be questioned by police after being seen leaving a brothel. We first caught wind of the Premier League Manager Visits Brothel Story in December and frankly our money was on Phil Brown.

Tens of thousands of official documents related to the 1989 Hillsborough Disaster, in which 96 Liverpool supporters died, will be released.

England under-19 star Nathan Baker banned by his club Aston Villa from attending Carling Cup final against Manchester United after being caught selling tickets to the match on Facebook.

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