Who's the biggest injury concern for the US heading into the pre-Copa training camp?
Fabian Johnson
Timmy Chandler
Geoff Cameron
Alejandro Bedoya
July 24, 2010

Orebro tries out the younger Bedoya
With the summer transfer window now open and many European clubs looking to acquire new players, Northeastern University left back Santiago Bedoya will depart for Sweden and go on a trial with Orebro of Sweden's top league, the Allsvenskan.

Bedoya, 21, is set to begin the trial this weekend and it will run through August 6. While at Orebro, Bedoya will play with his older brother Alejandro who is both a fixture for the club and likely to be a regular for the US national team in the 2014 cycle.
July 18, 2010

Jones is back after a long layoff
With German Bundesliga teams currently ramping up in preseason, Schalke's American midfielder Jermaine Jones has made his long awaited return to competitive action over the weekend.

Jones, 28, has not played since May 2009 when he suffered a fracture in his leg. While he was injured he filed with FIFA for a one-time switch from Germany, whom he represented at the youth level, to the US.
July 7, 2010

Charlie Davies is back in action
Charlie Davies took another important step in his long road to recovery from a horrific car accident that nearly ended both his career and life.

Davies, 24, started Sochaux's first preseason game against Swiss Super League club Neuchatel Xamax. The game was only scheduled to be 45 minutes and it finished 0-0 after which Xamax won on penalties.
July 4, 2010

Yura bags two goals in Europa debut
With most of the world's sights still fixed on South Africa, the Europa and Champions League got off to a quiet start this week featuring the créme de la créme of teams falling in the category of "never heard of 'em, don't even know how to pronounce 'em". While the chances for nearly any of these teams to reach the group stage of their respective competition lay somewhere between winning the lottery and Christiano Ronaldo finishing a major tournament with any level of dignity, these early rounds offer some respite for the hardened soccer junkies who can't bear the thought of looking on the scoreboard to see that there's absolutely no meaningful games happening that day.

Yes, the two-day break between completion of the Round of 16 and the first quarterfinal matchup has been excruciating.
June 30, 2010

American Tyrel Lacey affected by folding
American goalkeeper Tyrel Lacey will be on the hunt for a new employer as Norwegian 1. Division club FC Lyn announced earlier today that the club has folded and all players have been released.

The Oslo-based club had been experiencing financial issues for the last several years and were given only a short monetary lifeline to begin the 2010 season.
June 25, 2010

Even Sepp is confused at this one...
FIFA approves of the officiating at the 2010 World Cup. What are they smoking?

An article a few days ago in the UK's Guardian caught my attention. It talks about how FIFA's head of refereeing is 'very happy' with the officiating so far at the 2010 World Cup. Jose Maria Garcia-Aranda was quoted as saying that, despite some mistakes, there has been a high overall standard at this summer's tournament.
June 21, 2010

The Mayor of Hannover gets an extension
According the Hannover 96 wwebsite, defender Steve Cherundolo has verbally agreed to a contract extension with the Bundeliga club.

Sport Director Jörg Schmadtke agreed to the terms with Cherundolo's agent Harun Arsian.
June 10, 2010

Thomas is searching for a new club
Michael Thomas is on the hunt for a new employer after being given his release by Swedish Allsvenskan club Halmstads BK.

Thomas had signed with the club prior to this season after a successful trial during the winter offseason.
June 3, 2010

Altidore likely out for Saturday.
United States striker Jozy Altidore suffered a mild ankle sprain during Wednesday's training session forcing him to miss Thursday's session.

The injury looks to have occurred when defender Steve Cherundolo fell and rolled onto the back of Altidore's right ankle during an intrasquad scrimmage.
June 1, 2010

Rossi's switch of allegiance backfired
The number of Americans playing in the World Cup this summer was reduced by one today as Giuseppe Rossi was cut from the Italian World Cup team by head coach Marcello Lippi.

Rossi, 23, was born in New Jersey to Italian born parents and famously turned down repeated requests to play for the United States in hopes to play for the country of his heritage.
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