Tag: NWSL

The Problematic Nature of The NWSL Draft

The Problematic Nature of The NWSL Draft

On January 12th, the 2023 National Women’s Soccer League draft will be held, where hopeful footballers all across colleges and universities in the U.S. will be hoping to be picked and have their professional careers start. It goes without saying that 2022 was an eventful year for not only the NWSL but also in Washington … Continue reading The Problematic Nature of The NWSL Draft

Canada’s Coaches are Champions: Anywhere but Here

Canada’s Coaches are Champions: Anywhere but Here

Rhian Wilkinson led the Portland Thorns to a title in the NWSL this year.  Missed the Shield by one point. Took over a team that was already successful, but in her first year had to win them over to her style of play. To her style of player management. All amidst the shadow of an … Continue reading Canada’s Coaches are Champions: Anywhere but Here

The Women’s Game is Growing: Can Canada Keep Up? (A Deeper Dive)

The Women’s Game is Growing: Can Canada Keep Up? (A Deeper Dive)

I was bleary-eyed when Julia Grosso struck that golden kick. The Minister of Defence, Stephanie Labbe had kept a couple Swedish strikes out of the net and Canada were Olympic Champions for the first time ever. They planned to change the colour of the medal - two consecutive Olympic bronzes - and they did. It … Continue reading The Women’s Game is Growing: Can Canada Keep Up? (A Deeper Dive)