Author: RJ Allen

» February 8, 2017

Ellis has named 25 players to a training camp set before the 2017 SheBelieves Cup. This leaves open the possibility the roster for SheBelieves might be somewhat smaller as high school junior Brianna Pinto […]

» February 6, 2017

Supporters Groups are a common sight dotting the soccer landscape. They are one of the most ubiquitous things found in the game no matter the league, the continent, or the […]

» February 2, 2017

The NWSL has announced their new TV deal this morning. Unlike past seasons, it is not a handful of games on Fox Sports at the end of the season. Instead the […]

» January 19, 2017

Daphne Corboz will finally take the pitch as a member of Sky Blue this upcoming NWSL season. After being the 22nd pick in the 2015 NWSL draft for SBFC, Corboz decided […]

» January 4, 2017

Note: This was written before Jill Ellis’s 29 person USWNT roster was published. I stand by my roster picks. Imagine a scenario:  Jill Ellis and USSF have parted ways. She […]

» January 3, 2017

Crystal Dunn has decided to leave Washington DC and the NWSL behind. The USWNT star is heading to England’s Chelsea Ladies FC in the FA WSL. The contract, unlike Alex […]

» December 23, 2016

2016 will go down as one of the weirdest years in recent memory. From the cluster that was the political process to the USWNT not medaling for the first time in […]

» December 20, 2016

Alex Morgan, of the Orlando Pride, is heading to France for the end of the Olympic Lyons 2016-2017 season. Morgan has played in the NWSL for each of the first […]

» December 2, 2016

Earlier this year in one of the final tune-up matches before traveling to Rio, the USWNT played the South African Women’s National Team for the first time and nearly everyone predicted […]

» November 17, 2016

Boston and Washington have woken the WoSo world up on this Thursday. Defender Kassey Kallman and midfielder Kristie Mewis head to Washington in exchange for defender Megan Oyster as well as […]

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