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February 23, 2011 at 8:55 PM

Sounders FC health improving, Tyson Wahl celebrates b-day

wahl bday.jpgPhoto credit: Seattle Sounders FC

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Here are some highlights from the team’s training report:

— Defender Tyson Wahl turned 27 on Wednesday and you can see the team singing happy birthday to him above.

— It seems like Sounders FC got the present on the day, however, as forward Nate Jaqua, defender Patrick Ianni and midfielder Erik Friberg were all able to train. Even technical director Chris Henderson took part. The only one who say out was defender Danny Earls.

— Coach Sigi Schmid detailed in a teleconference that the team has started to focus on technical and tactical work in training. Sounded like the finishing was good. Starters from yesterday’s game had a light regeneration day and the team had the afternoon/evening off (even though several players went to the gym).

— The team will practice Thursday morning before playing a training game against the University of Central Florida in the afternoon.

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