Daily news roundups

Daily news roundup

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Oguchi Onyewu trained Thursday with the U.S. National Team in California for the first time since rupturing a tendon last year against Costa Rica. Meanwhile, Charlie Davies says he’ll be back training next month.  Check out his interview with his French club, Sochaux, above.

Soccer America asks what kind of operation Philadelphia Union will run off the field.

Philadelphia Union adds another sponsor in Turkey Hill, which will provide all the ice cream, tea and lemonade sold at the club’s stadium in Chester.

Landon Donovan is Everton’s player of the month.I thought he’d fare well on this trip to Europe, but it’s getting a bit ridiculous, eh?

FIFA head man Sepp Blatter may face a reelection challenge from Asian Football Confederation president Mohamed Bin Hammam.  Don’t know much about the potential challenger, other than he’s from Qatar, which is trying to turn itself into a player on the world soccer stage, and that he keeps giving New Zealand a hard time over its team in the Australian league. His mindset there could have huge implications on MLS, which has teams from Canada and the U.S. (Oh, and there was something about a dirty election last year, something that just never happens in Asia, really.)

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