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Also in today’s Roundup, Kim Little to miss 10 weeks with broken leg, and more W-League announcements When Sydney Leroux was missing Orlando Pride games last season due to being sick, she was home on bed rest and miscarrying a baby. Leroux made her loss public...read more
Also in today’s roundup, a plethora of NWSL players are headed Down Under for upcoming W-League season. Australia and Seattle Reign defender Steph Catley was set to undergo a minor knee surgery following her country’s 1-1 draw against England on Tuesday, according to...read more
Also in today’s roundup, no NWSL players taken off the re-entry wire, and the US announces new merch Forward Jodie Taylor has been ruled out this month’s friendlies against Brazil and Australia, as well as a match against Sweden next month, due to a bone...read more
Last week, ahead of the NWSL Championship between the North Carolina Courage and the Portland Thorns, the managing director of the National Women’s Soccer League, Amanda Duffy, addressed the media and discussed a wide variety of issues. One of the biggest pieces...read more
Also in today’s Roundup, all nine NWSL clubs announce roster updates The National Women’s Soccer League announced Monday that seven players have been made available on the re-entry wire. Teams have until 1:00 p.m. EDT Tuesday to put in a claim on a player....read more
Twenty-four deep: The dichotomy of North Carolina’s environment and the NWSL’s limiting roster rules
Seventy-eight minutes into the 2018 National Women’s Soccer League Championship match, something important happened. You’d be forgiven if you didn’t notice. The North Carolina Courage already led the Portland Thorns, 3-0, and even the most faithful Thorns...read more
Paul Riley used a small portion of his National Women’s Soccer League Championship victory press conference to stump for a league all-star game. Women’s Professional Soccer had one, and a little known fact in the sports world at large is that the now...read more
Also in today’s roundup, Huerta, Colaprico join Beldsoe at Sydney FC, USWNT remain atop FIFA rankings while Matildas climb to No.6, Ashley Nick signs with Juventus Women, Natasha Dowie signs two-year deal with Melbourne Victory, and Abby Erceg re-signs with Courage...read more
Adrianna Franch has repeated as NWSL Goalkeeper of the Year. The Portland Thorns FC keeper appeared in 16 regular season matches for the Thorns and played to a 1.13 goals against average while recording three clean sheets. Franch later played a sterling semifinal...read more