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Farfan ROW, White trains with Impact, Daniel in Bermuda

Union

The Union have not released updated injury information on Zac MacMath as of this morning.

Keon Daniel is listed as part of the T&T national team that underwent light training in Bermuda yesterday.

Local lad and former Union trialist Jeremiah White is working out with the Montreal Impact as they look to form a roster for their first season in MLS.

Michael Farfan won the SBI Rookie of the Week award for last week. Well deserved, Marfan.

MLS

Morning notes from The Shin Guardian, including the video of baby Becks and Jason Kreis getting heated after the RSL/LA match. Careful, you two. I know you both spent a lot of time on that hair.

The Montreal Impact announced that they have signed their first official MLS player for next season. A strong central defender? Pssh, Needs more Beckham.

New York and LA play tonight in a showdown that MLS really, really, really, ohprettyplease wishes is a preview of the MLS Cup final. (8pm, ESPN2.)

The Arizona Daily Star is pretty excited that MLS teams will be coming to Tucson for preseason training in the future.

Martin Renzhofer of the Salt Lake Tribute says the late season drama keeps fans interested, and it’s the reason MLS should keep the format. I like that selling point. Playoffs: Because At Some Point You Have To Accept That American Fans Are Pretty

Zillow talks to the owner of the Seattle Sounders about the business side of owning a soccer team.Fickle.

US Open Cup

Plenty of quotes from Sigi Schmid and Frank Klopas ahead of tonight’s US Open Cup final. (10pm, Fox Soccer.)

MLSRumors brings us a well-produced video from a fan who is pretty doggone pumped for the US Open Cup.

A full cup preview from USsoccer.com.

US

Edson Buddle has been called up to replace Landon Donovan for the next two US friendlies.

Klinsmann talks about his current roster for the friendlies.

Members of the USWNT will work with first lady Michelle Obama on a Let’s Move Clinic at the White House.

More

A European court ruling could significantly change how soccer TV rights are negotiated and sold in the UK and beyond. And it’s all thanks to one landlady who wanted to show games at 3pm…

YahooUK looks at how an infusion of money has put PSG on the brink of being a European powerhouse.

 

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