Consistency is key and with our NWSL News Headlines we’ve … well … not been very consistent. Our goal with these were to post them every night around 10:00pm CST to recap the happenings of the day, but with very little happenings in the league lately, we’ve pushed these posts to every other day. We know once the season starts these posts will be filled with tons of NWSL news, but until then, we’ll be consistent in being inconsistent on the timing of these posts.
– Boston Breakers Head Coach Lisa Cole Discusses Mentors, NWSL and University Soccer at RickyMasterCoach.com
The NWSL will be sustainable for a couple reasons. The biggest one being the support of US Soccer, not only financially but also by providing structure and guidance in the form of a League Office. The second being reasonable with player costs, at this time we just can’t afford to pay the salaries that we paid in WUSA and WPS. We are starting smaller and then looking to grow over time. Both the previous leagues had tons of success based on the product on the field and various teams, like Boston had success in our market but the key is being able to be sustainable.
She is Cardiff City’s record goal scorer and capped 67 times by her country. Now Wales women’s football captain Jess Fishlock has signed up to play in the best league in the world.Midfielder Fishlock, 26, from Cardiff, has signed for Seattle Reign in the United States after being spotted by scouts.
– NWSL – Preseason Dossiers – FC Kansas City at All White Kit.
Attacking-wise, the club looks pretty much set. The midfield is loaded with talent, though most of it in the attacking midfield is still very young, and the club could use a veteran head there with Tina DiMartino looking unlikely to play. If the club goes with a 4-2-3-1 like above, either Lauren Cheney or Kristen Mewis would likely have to play an unfamiliar role on the right. I have Mewis going on that side and cutting inside as a type of playmaking winger in that case. If Casey Nogueira and Merritt Mathias aren’t on the roster come camp, the club might want to look at another forward for depth as well.
Wait … no countdown to the NWSL opening day? Don’t worry … we are going to be adding an official opening day countdown to the website later this week, but for those who love numbers, 55 days remaining.
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