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Archives: WPS

Eyes on WPS, AEG as Los Angeles Sol Folds

Posted on by Richard Farley

On Thursday, Women’s Professional Soccer announced their cornerstone franchise – the Los Angeles Sol – will fold. Formerly owned by Anschultz Entertainment Group (owners of the Los Angeles Galaxy, part-owners of the Houston Dynamo), the Sol leave WPS after an … Continue reading

MLS/USL/WPS/FMF Thoughts (Updated with Mexican Content)

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

An abreviated version this week thanks to the USMNT coverage. For full coverage please reference the excellent job Peter C. is doing with the Take Me Out to the Ballgame features. Some quick thoughts. The officiating in Major League Soccer … Continue reading

Weekend Review

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

This weekend every single MLS, USL or WPS match had meaning. Americans were also playing in meaningful matches abroad whether in the Mexican or English Football League playoffs, fighting relegation in Germany, chasing a title in Scotland and Belgium or … Continue reading

MLS/WPS/USL Review

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

The march on DC by supporters will be covered extensively on this week’s podcast. We’re doing the review a day early this week because I will be traveling on Monday morning. Kansas City-DC was a difficult game to watch, but … Continue reading

MLS, WPS, USL-1 Review

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Another week of professional football in the US complete as this season begins to solidify itself. The biggest storyline of the week were the late comebacks by two of MLS’ traditional best franchises, the Chicago Fire and DC United. The … Continue reading

MLS/WPS/USL Weekend Review

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

DC United’s late heroics courtesy of Jaime Moreno and Benny Olsen salvaged a home point against an injury depleted Revs side saved a critical point. But the crowd once again was smallish by RFK standards, and DC’s play uneven. Those … Continue reading

MLS, USL, WPS Review: Seeing Red

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Happy Easter to everyone and thanks to today’s Holiday we’re combining all three reviews into one this week largely because all the matches were played on Saturday this week. Attendance bounced back this week in MLS in the biggest possible … Continue reading

WPS Opener a Big Hit

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

WPS first season opened up with a showcase match at the Home Depot Center.  Marta’s LA Sol versus Abby Wambach’s Washington Freedom. I predicted a spectacular match this morning on the site and even with those lofty expecations the game … Continue reading

WPS Opener Should Be Spectacular

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

The inaugural WPS season opens tonight in Los Angeles as the Sol play host to the Washington Freedom. Marta is the star attraction no doubt, as arguably the greatest female footballer on the planet touches down on American soil. But … Continue reading

MLS Monday Review

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Beginning this Monday we will have a look back at the weekend’s MLS games every week . During USL season we will be doing the same. For WPS I’d like to find someone who knows the league and covers it … Continue reading

Will MLS and WPS Cannibalize One Another?

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Steve Davis one of the most respected and well versed soccer writers in America raised a troubling possibility in his weekly ESPN column Monday. This is the possibility that MLS and WPS will in fact compete with one another despite … Continue reading