It’s The World’s Game – We Should Treat It As Such

When it was announced that John Herdman would be leaving his position as the head coach of the Canadian Women’s National Team to head the Canadian Men’s Team the soccer media world erupted. ‘How could he do that?, Was the team aware?, Does that man have any loyalty?’ were just […]

Who May Tom Sermanni be Looking to Lure to Orlando?

The National Women’s Soccer League off-season is in full swing, and it’s been lit. While teams around the league have hired a new manager, rebranded, or re-signed players for the next season, things on the Orlando Pride side have been fairly quiet. The team has several players using the off-season […]

A Higher Standard: The Issue of Professionalism in Women’s Soccer

For a little over a month now women’s soccer within the United States has gone completely rogue. It seems like every day I wake up and look at Twitter and some new major change has occurred with the NWSL, USSF, or the personnel that surround it. Major changes happen in […]

Hope Solo probably shouldn’t be the US Soccer president, but it’s good that she’s running

To the average fan of US Soccer, the job of president is defined primarily by big decisions on high profile issues. Who should be the head coach? How should money be spent? How should resources be collected? But the reality is that the job is far more prosaic than these […]

Fly Away Home: 5 Reasons Players Are Flocking Overseas

Morgan Brian is packing her bags and taking her talents to Lyon. Jessie Fleming is allegedly setting her sights on Europe. Crystal Dunn is playing very well for Chelsea Ladies FC. And Rachel Hill has found her stride in Perth. Meanwhile, what’s going on in America you ask? Well, a […]