The Equalizer announced on Monday the signing of three free agents: Giovanni Albanese, Tim Grainey and Nell Enriquez. All three are expected to make significant contributions to the team.
Alright, that’s enough of trying to make that sound like a team press release. On a serious note, I am proud to announce three new additions to The Equalizer. Giovanni Albanese, who previously covered WPS for Goal.com and FC Gold Pride for the Tri-City Voice, will be joining the site to provide increased WPS coverage. Tim Grainey, who writes for Soccer365.com and who is set to release a book this spring about international women’s soccer, will be anchoring more international coverage for the site. Additionally, Nell Enriquez, who is based out of Northern Virginia, will be heading up the site’s photography as well as contributing some written content.
The trio’s bio’s have now been posted in the “About” tab at the top of the page. You can read up on all three of them there.
Personally, I would just like to welcome them to the site, which in addition to me and Richard Farley now has five writers. As the spring approaches, WPS kicks into full gear and the Women’s World Cup commences, look for increased content from all of us. I personally hope to have more to announce soon in terms of contributors and partnerships and I just want to share my excitement for the direction of the site in this massive year for women’s soccer. It is a highly anticipated Women’s World Cup year and a more than critical year for Women’s Professional Soccer’s future. No matter what happens, we will bring you the coverage you expect and deserve.
As always, thank you for reading and please share the site with others. For those of you hoping this was breaking news about The Equalizer creating a WPS team and signing free agents, I am sorry to let you down.
– Jeff Kassouf
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