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Amanda Duffy out as Orlando Pride EVP

Amanda Duffy is no longer with the Orlando Pride, the club announced on Monday. The Wilf family bought the team earlier this year and “has been in the process of evaluating the club’s structure and operations.” Duffy’s role as executive vice president might have been viewed as redundant, with a GM now in place. Duffy oversaw both on-field and off-field operations for the Pride. She joined the team in January 2020.

Pugh, Sharples available after clearing COVID-19 protocols

NWSL MVP finalist Mallory Pugh will be available for the Chicago Red Stars in Saturday's final after clearing COVID-19 protocols. Pugh arrived in Louisville on Friday and trained with the team for the first time since entering protocols last week. Kayla Sharples also trained and will be available. Both players missed the semifinal due to COVID-19 protocols. Kealia Watt will miss the match after injuring her knee in the semifinal.

No Pugh, Watt, Sharples, Krueger at Media Day

Media Day at the NWSL Championship has significant absences on Thursday: The Chicago Red Stars were without Mallory Pugh and Kealia Watt -- their two leading scorers -- and Casey Krueger and Kayla Sharples. Watt has been a question since leaving the semifinal with a knee injury. Pugh and Sharples missed the semifinal due to COVID-19 protocols. No official word yet, but their absences suggest they won’t be available for the final.

NWSL fines Angel City for tampering with Allie Long

The NWSL has fined 2022 expansion club Angel City FC $20,000 in cash and $20,000 in 2022 unfunded allocation money for violating the league's tampering policy in regard to NJ/NY Gotham FC midfielder Allie Long. It is the first time the NWSL has announced a tampering violation. The Equalizer reported in August that sanctions can include fines, forfeiture of draft picks, and banning a team from hiring the person tampered with.

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