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The Morning Kickoff: Bunbury now USA all the way and other news

Bunbury filed a one-time switch with FIFA.

This is necessary if he wants to play in a World Cup, Gold Cup or in the Olympics.

The Star's Terez Paylor on

Oak Park grad Kevin Ellis who has the inside track to earn KC's second home-grown contract.

Soccer By Ives has a man on the ground in Phoenix with

a report on KC's first 11v.11 scrimmage. Kei Kamara scored. KC have invited Columbia (the college, not the country) midfielder Peppe Carotenuto to tryout with the team. Former KC striker Eddie Johnson looking to restart his career at Preston.

Lighting Round

FIFA to test 10 goal-line technology systems. About time, huh? FIFA consider snood ban as they could pose "a potential danger to players' necks." About time, huh? Torres' Liverpool exit leaves a bitter taste. Beckham still a Tottenham target. C'mon! That's a penalty? Great, now every time three teammates gang up and kick a player on the ground in the box it's gonna have to be a penalty. Way to set a precedent ref.
Have a good weekend everybody.
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