Daily news roundups

U.S. players arrive in Philly & Princeton

U.S. players began arriving in Philadelphia this weekend to take physicals before the start of training camp in Princeton, and it was discovered that forward Eddie Johnson has a hamstring injury.

Alejandro Bedoya has permission to report late for training for the U.S. World Cup team’s camp in Princeton.

U.S. international Benny Feilhaber’s team, AGF Aarhus, was relegated in the Danish league. Does that mean it’s time for him to move to a new club?

The New York Times has the latest article on Edson Buddle and Herculez Gomez.

Germany captain Michael Balack will miss the World Cup with an injury.

Russia and Spain angrily denied a claim by England’s now ousted Football Association chairman, Lord Triesman, that they were working together on bribing refs in the World Cup. What’s amazing is the reaction to all this in Europe: Shock that Triesman could say this, even in privacy, and how it ruins (or doesn’t ruin) England’s potential bid. Why isn’t anyone asking if it’s true?

MLSSoccer.com has a roundup of all the weekend games in MLS. For a roundup and video highlights on the Union match, check our featured posts.

Goal.com’s Kyle McCarthy takes a run around the league.

After that, it’s mostly World Cup news, with teams reporting for camp after the end of the European seasons. (You probably read about the most notable European league finish, but if you didn’t, here’s a link to Barcelona’s league title win in Spain.)

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