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Sydney Leroux is headed to Seattle and Kristie Mewis to the Breakers, near her home outside of Boston, in the biggest trade in the nearly year-old National Women’s Soccer League. Leroux becomes the focal point of Seattle Reign FC’s attack in exchange for Mewis, goalkeeper Michelle Betos and Seattle’s first and second round picks in 2015 going to Boston. Contacted today, Reign FC coach and GM Laura Harvey says she will look to “build around (Leroux) up the spine of the team.” Leroux 11 goals in 19 games for Boston in 2013, including four game-winners.
Heather O’Reilly and Lianne Sanderson were the next leading scorers for Boston, with five goals apiece. Mewis had one goal in 20 games for FC Kansas City in 2013, splitting time between left midfield and left fullback.
Yea not only did they not pick anyone new for their roster, they didn’t even send any players out on loan. They need to replace Marshall, get a central midfielder who can help with the distribution and find the GK of the future.
They need to get their midfield clicking otherwise the would continue to have problems linking up with ALEX or SINC when she makes her runs,and people would wonder why on earth is a team with two top guns struggling to score goals. If they could get Garciamendez released from Frankfurt and get Marshall on the field, they would be a tough out for any club in the world.
I dont know…why would Seattle go out of their way to obtain the NWSL rights to a player under contract until 2015? Even more excited for the start of the season – but we need to step up our game in Portland . My memory is that Amber’s contract runs to the end of the German season ie June 2014. Seattle should have traded for Boston’s open allocation spot and had US Soccer give them Press.
I was a big advocate of Press going to Seattle but this trade makes way more sense for Seattle since it’s (now) a sure thing rather than a theoretical hope. Actually, the more I think about it, Press to Red Bull is an absolutely dream allocation for her if that happens. Sky Blue doesn’t have an open allocation spot as of right now, so you can cross them off of the list. I think you’re an SB fan, like me, but unfortunately as you explain, the current allocation system openings would nix any move to SB. Press already gets paid by USSF…she will be subsidized even if it get prorated for half a season. Gabarra did not use Loyden much at all and preferred Cameron so its not a stretch at all to see Jill leaving and an allocation spot opening for Press.
Just to put Sundhage’s record in perspective for being a promoter of young players, she only brought those 4 in over her 5 years as NT coach. Players from before Pia’s tenure retired too and opened up new spots for her to fill. Houston Dynamo is talking about a team next season…where better for Morgan mania to land? Boston Breakers and Boston fans would love to have C Press fill the vacant USWNT allocation – but not very likely to happen. I know nada (the limit of my Spanish) about her personal situation, including her experience with the WPS, but I would love to be able to see her play over here again.
To be fair though, the Reign has significantly mortgaged their future and also gave up a pretty decent backup keeper behind an injury prone starter with tons of international duty obligations.
I believe their #3 keeper Koplemeyer ended up staying in the organization after she was cut. Maybe Red Bull will bring Bev Goebel-Yanez and Becky Moros back from Japan together with a couple of Nadeshiko as the foreign player allocations?

NewSouth and others have proposed that Red Bull would by Sky Blue provided that the Central Committee of the NWSL guarantees them certain players, one of which allegedly is Christen Press. The Sky Blue ladies would have to sell an awful lot of energy drink to make it worth the Austrians’s while. VANCOUVER -- Midfield dynamo Diana Matheson, sidelined by a serious knee injury last October, has made Canada's 23-woman roster for this summer's World Cup. The 166-cap veteran, whose work ethic and passing help Canada unlock defences, tore her anterior cruciate ligament in a 3-0 friendly loss to Japan.
Matheson walked gingerly down the stairs at Monday's announcement, taking a shorter route than her teammates.
Matheson, who stands just a half-inch over five feet, had knee surgery to repair torn cartilage in her right knee in November 2011.
Defender Lauren Sesselmann, who tore up her knee in February 2014, has already returned to action and is also on the roster. Talismanic forward Christine Sinclair, with 222 caps and 153 international goals, will again serve as captain.
The others are Matheson, fullback Rhian Wilkinson (163), midfielder Sophie Schmidt (131) and goalkeepers Karina LeBlanc (110) and Erin McLeod (104).
They form the spine of a team that went from dead last at the 2011 World Cup to the medal podium at the 2012 Olympics in London. The made-for-TV roster announcement took place in the rain at downtown Vancouver's Robson Square against a backdrop of screaming, flag-waving young girls. With 25 players including Matheson in residency, there were not many roster decisions to make. Janine Beckie, a 20-year-old forward with five caps, and Rebecca Quinn, a 19-year-old defender with nine caps, will likely be part of a group of some six alternates on standby. Forward Melissa Tancredi (99 caps), midfielders Kaylyn Kyle (95) and Desiree Scott (89), and defenders Carmelina Moscato (91), Zurrer (82) and Gayle (81) add experience and moxy to the Canadian squad. Only one player -- 28-year-old midfielder Selenia Iacchelli -- has less than 10 caps (with four appearances). Young talent includes 17-year-old Jessie Fleming, a midfielder with exquisite touch, and 19-year-old Kadeisha Buchanan, a hard-nosed centre back.
For Fleming, who has 15 caps, it's her third FIFA world competition since March 2014 when she captained Canada at the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Costa Rica 2014. Now that the roster has been announced, the Canadian women can now look forward to 10 days off -- their last break until their World Cup campaign ends. They return to the Toronto area May 21 to prepare for their final friendly on May 29 against England in Hamilton. The 24-team World Cup, which wraps up July 5 in Vancouver, will also see games in Winnipeg, Ottawa and Moncton.
Members of the Canadian national women's soccer team celebrate after the roster for the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup was announced, in Vancouver, on Monday April 27, 2015.
The Canadian women's soccer team won the gold medal at the 2011 Pan Am Games in Guadalajara, Mexico. The agreement will give Canadians access to comprehensive coverage in both official languages and on multiple platforms.
The 2011 Games in Guadalajara, Mexico, featured 15 sports with either direct or indirect qualifying implications for the London Olympics. Only reason I can think of them not doing anything is because they are focusing on the Timbers first successful season in the MLS. Their winning was a product of their opponents squandering chances and not taking advantage of a porous midfield in the playoffs. And from the article, it seems she wanted to be on the west coast so I’m guessing that was a factor.

If I had known it was remotely possible I would have pegged it as a definite from Seattle’s point of view. She’s 3,000 miles away from Morgan and Leroux who will wage their own little local rivalry. There are plenty of teams that do have spots open (Washington has one, maybe two, Chicago has one, Boston has one, and WNY technically has one from only being allocated two last year), so as much as it pains me to say it, Press to Sky Blue is a pipe dream. The feeling of course is that if Red Bull did get involved with SB then there would be some manipulation to make that happen. Everyone is screaming that young players must be brought on and given a chance BUT no-one is willing to put any of the old guard out to grass. He could create a spreadsheet where the commentators could write in their starting 11 + a reserve goalie.
Any team in this league should really be short sighted right now until we cross that dreaded 3-year mark.
I have not the foggiest idea if there is any basis for those speculations but I guess eventually we shall know the truth. The recovery time was longer than expected but she recovered to play in the 2012 Olympics, scoring the stoppage-time goal that beat France in the bronze-medal match. Defenders Marie-Eve Nault played an important role after being called in when Robyn Gayle and Emily Zurrer were injured at the Olympics. The intent of the Reign was always to send Mewis to Boston and acquire Leroux, thought the team says the moves were made independently and not as a three-way trade. Since some of us were talking about NT players in Europe coming back to US, Brooks should be part of that discussion, too. However from the league’s point of view they lose a big West Coast carrot to dangle in front of Christen.
In the meantime, reunited with KO, and with a decent SB cast, she could really dominate in the NWSL.
She has consistently started when available and recently TS awarded her player of the match. For me it is completely absurd to suggest that she is not among the best four fullbacks available. You are playing a ridiculous game with its own rules that actually have nothing to do with how you pick a soccer team. I would love to be proven wrong, but the deal has to be a win for Red Bull not just the current owner. 17 New Zealand in Edmonton, before travelling to Montreal to face the 12th-ranked Netherlands on June 15. Mewis is from Hanson, Mass., and expressed interest in returning home, while Leroux also desired to be back in the Pacific Northwest near where she grew up, near Vancouver. You would think the organization want two different GMs to address the needs of individual teams.. C Press is an unique talent and she deserves an opportunity to continue playing for USWNT and to continue to play professionally where she chooses.
And the Canadian women have scored one goal or less in nine of their last 15 matches, during which time they went 8-5-2 with all five losses coming to Tier 1 opposition -- although they did tie the U.S. Does Alex therefore only have one WC left in her regardless of how she plays because newer players must be replaced with old? Applying your logic Rampone, Wambach and Lloyd should be the first to go – is that what you suggest?

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