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Shek Borkowski looking to make Puerto Rico contenders

Shek Borkowski looking to make Puerto Rico contenders

Tim Grainey March 23, 2017 5

The Puerto Rican Football Federation (FPF) announced on March 11th the appointment of experienced women’s club and national team head coach Shek Borkowski as the technical director for all their women’s national teams. Labrador

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The Lowdown: Three units that could make or break NWSL seasons

The Lowdown: Three units that could make or break NWSL seasons

Dan Lauletta March 21, 2017 230

Here are the three units I think will have the biggest make-or-break influence on their teams for 2017 Boston Breakers back line Matt Beard pretty much redid his entire roster during the winter, doing

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Fading, decaying RFK Stadium holds much WoSo history

Fading, decaying RFK Stadium holds much WoSo history

Jennifer Gordon March 16, 2017 7

WASHINGTON D.C. — You don’t have to step foot inside of present day RFK Stadium to understand of what’s become of the 57-year old sports venue. The discoloration and rust that dominate the outer

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The Lowdown: Burning questions to start NWSL preseason

The Lowdown: Burning questions to start NWSL preseason

Dan Lauletta March 14, 2017 51

NWSL preseason is underway at 10 training camps around the country. Here are three on-field and two off-field points of interest with less than five weeks until opening day. Will Vlatko have to adjust

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Bush: Ellis’ Three-Back Formation Fails the Test

Bush: Ellis’ Three-Back Formation Fails the Test

Chelsey Bush March 13, 2017 592

Ever since Jill Ellis rolled out her three-back formation last October in direct response to the USWNT’s inability to break down a bunker that cost them a chance at an Olympic medal, everyone has

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Kronick: Can offsite NWSL broadcasts connect to fans?

Kronick: Can offsite NWSL broadcasts connect to fans?

Hannah Kronick March 10, 2017 41

The NWSL rolled out their broadcast deal with A+E Networks and Lifetime with full bells and whistles, but since then…radio silence. When it comes to the streaming component of the NWSL’s broadcast deal, there

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The Lowdown: My weekend with the NWSL referees

The Lowdown: My weekend with the NWSL referees

Dan Lauletta March 9, 2017 14

PHOENIX, AZ — So you think you can be a referee? Here’s a quick scenario. A ball gets sent through to an attacking player overlapping on the left side. She crosses it toward traffic

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Lauletta: Final thoughts on France, USWNT

Lauletta: Final thoughts on France, USWNT

Dan Lauletta March 7, 2017 488

The 2017 SheBelieves tournament is over, but the discussion of what transpired over the last seven days won’t soon fade away. Hot takes being what they are it will be easy to write off

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Unconventional Bouhaddi getting it done for France

Unconventional Bouhaddi getting it done for France

Harjeet Johal March 7, 2017 17

WASHINGTON, D.C – It can’t be easy being a professional goalkeeper in a modern social media world. Every little minor detail has you under a microscope. One day, you’re a hero, the next day

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Theivam: Six takeaways from England 1-0 USWNT

Theivam: Six takeaways from England 1-0 USWNT

Kieran Theivam March 6, 2017 121

Here are six takeaways from England’s 1-0 win over the United States in Saturday’s SheBelieves Cup play. Lucy Bronze is a better right-back than center back This heading sounds negative, because Bronze is a

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