Month: June 2017

» June 23, 2017

As a big fan of Orlando soccer, I was looking forward to last Saturday’s games. It was an important weekend for both the men’s and women’s team coming out of […]

» June 22, 2017

In this weekly series, I will be highlighting a player from the weekend who was their respective team’s unsung hero, win or lose. A player who does the dirty work, […]

» June 21, 2017

The Orlando Pride has added USWNT forward Alex Morgan to the club’s roster today, waiving Christina Burkenroad to make room for last year’s captain, returning from her time with UEFA […]

» June 21, 2017

After a Week 8 match-up against the Chicago Red Stars and earning her first start, Katie Johnson spoke with Backline Soccer about NWSL draft day, rookie life, and making an […]

» June 21, 2017

The Women’s Soccer world has lost one of its own. The news broke yesterday morning that Tony DiCicco, former USWNT coach, passed away Monday evening. A statement from the DiCicco […]

» June 20, 2017

The NWSL returned from the short FIFA break this past weekend and the action was non-stop. There were a combined 20 goals scored across the league this weekend, some unexpected […]

» June 20, 2017

I am back with my recurring series of The Furt and the Fabulous. A look at the best and worst of the week. Let’s dig in. The Furt Houston is […]

» June 19, 2017

During the NWSL offseason, when the announcement was made that the Western New York Flash were moving their entire operation to Cary, North Carolina, my wife and I were elated. […]

» June 17, 2017

Backline Soccer Recap: USWNT take on Norway in Sandefjord – Jordan Small previewed the USWNT match against Norway this past Sunday. Route Two Soccer – NWSL Teams at the Break: […]

» June 16, 2017

So did anything interesting happen in the world of WoSo? THIS FIFA BREAK WAS SUPPOSED TO BE PROBLEM-FREE! And then we saw the announcement that Boston Breakers midfielder Rose Lavelle […]

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