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Perry Kitchen, Dunga, and Kaka: Freedom Kicks for 9 June 2016

Soccer, go!

Even though D.C. United news has slowed to a trickle during the Copa America break, there is still plenty of news around the country and the world. Let's dive into it, shall we?

Perry Kitchen insists his best is yet to come for Hearts as he laps up Copa America experience with USA: A good feature on our old friend Perry Kitchen as he stays ready for a chance at the Copa America and gets ready for his first full season in Scotland.

Gagal Balik ke Inter Milan, Persib Kirim Djanur ke DC United: Looks like the coach of Persib Bandung, the other team that Thohir owns, will come to D.C. to learn from Ben Olsen's coaching staff.

Brazil coach Dunga suggests MLS training contributed to Kaká's injuries - Orlando Sentinel: Training in MLS is too light for you, Dunga? Yeah, okey, sure.

Rayo OKC's future in question following relegation of Spanish club | News OK: Apparently Rayo Vallecano is just going to try and lose as little money as possible in selling Rayo OKC. If the club stays in existance and finds a buyer, that is actually the best possible outcome for them anyone could have imagined.

Ecuador vs. Peru | MatchCenter: In the more exciting of the two games last night, Peru went from 2-0 up and into the knockout rounds of the Copa America to needing a result against Brazil and help from Haiti to move on.

Underdog Fury set sights on rankled MLS Whitecaps in cup semi rematch - Ottawa - CBC News: Up north, the Ottawa Fury beat the Vancouver Whitecaps 2-0 in the Voyageurs Cup semifinals. Unfortunately, the fairy tale ended last night.

That's all I've got. What's up?