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Philadelphia Union and MLS News and Notes 1-7-16:

When it rains it pours. As we try to keep you up to date on developments in the Peter Nowak story that doesn't mean that the news world is standing still. Check out more on that story as well as the latest Union and MLS news below.

The Chivas USA game that started Nowak's downfall
The Chivas USA game that started Nowak's downfall
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Clark out as Rhinos owner; USL takes control of team | Democrat and Chronicle:
For the second time in the their history, the Rochester Rhinos are looking for a new owner. But USL officials, who are in Rochester to run the team, say they believe the market can bounce back.

Peter Nowak hazed, mistreated players during tenure with Union | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia :
The Union are trying to distance themselves from a troubling past in the wake of shocking revelations about former manager Peter Nowak.

MLS standouts, youth dominate Jurgen Klinsmann's call-ups to US national team's January camp |

The roster for camp cupcake is set and it's clear that Jurgen Klinsmann wants to get a look at MLS youth and see how they may fit into the team for the upcoming year. It's a great opportunity for the young players to prove theirselves and it should be interesting to see who takes grasp of their chance (Matt Miazga please stand up...).

USMNT: How Does the Recent MLS Exodus to Liga MX Affect U.S. Soccer? | Bleacher Report:

It should be interesting to monitor how USMNT players perform in Mexico overall. Having players competing on a higher level especially those that are able to compete in the Copa Libertadores (South America's premier continental competition) could better prepare players for international competition and raise the quality of the team as a whole.