The Rhinos signed a forward , WPS unveiled their schedule , and Pat Onstad is coming out of retirement.

And that doesn't even get to one of the most interesting bits of news this week: the NASL will not have teams in the US Open Cup in 2011.

All in all, it was a pretty interesting week.

Oh yeah, SI's Grant Wahl also announced that he is trying to become the next FIFA President and wants to have transparency WikiLeaks style.

[Programming Note: we are scheduled to have Grant Wahl, Pat Onstad, and new Rhinos forward Kendall Jagdeosingh on tomorrow's edition of Kick This!]

News & Notes:

- Dema Kovalenko's retirement looks to be official.

- The Charlie Davies to DC United loan is a done deal. DC wasn't done merely adding Onstad and Davies, they've brought back Fred , as well.

- MLS and Fox Soccer Channel have agreed to a one year deal.

- Miami FC are now the Fort Lauderdale Strikers.

- The Freedom appear to be a Washington team in name only now.

- Apparently Beckham has been scouting cities for a potential MLS club he could own. Montreal was the one city that had me scratching my head.

- If you want to follow WNY Flash F Christine Sincalir on Twitter, here you go.

- Bill Archer and Fake Sigi take a look at the decision to grant the NASL sanctioning for 2011.

- Portland picked up Sal Zizzo from Chivas USA.

- Chivas USA picked up Heath Pearce from FC Dallas.

- Gabe Ferrari is on trial with the Chicago Fire.

- The Hamilton Avalanche are joining the USL on the men's side.

- And finally, if you haven't seen Wayne Rooney's winner for Manchester United over Manchester City, where have you been?

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