Thursday Sep 4
Nanaimo Daily News
CSA president dismisses ...
Victor Montagliani, president of the Canadian Soccer Association, says it's misinformation and hyperbole to claim women players are being discriminated against because of plans to use artificial turf at next year's FIFA Women's World Cup. FIFA, soccer's world governing body, will make the final decision on what turf will be used during next year's championship, which will be played in six Canadian cities, Montagliani said Thursday.
Sounder at Heart
Hope: A Memoir of Trophies Denied
The 33-year-old Hope Solo has built her game and her career from the dry fields of Richland, Washington through the false starts of American pro women's soccer to the peak of the international stage.
Women's World Cup Players Threaten FIFA With Gender Discrimination Suit
Alleging gender discrimination, dozens of top female soccer players have threatened to sue FIFA, world soccer's governing body, and the Canadian Soccer Association over artificial playing surfaces planned to be used for the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada.
Christine Sinclair, Germany keeper are teammates and friends in Portland
Christine Sinclair, Canada's incomparable captain, was asked about facing German goalkeeper Nadine Angerer in Wednesday's measuring-stick match at B.C. Place.
Morgan's return one to forget as Flash flood buries Thorns
The return of America women soccer's biggest name to the Thorns' lineup took on a macabre twist Saturday night at Providence Park in a rather shocking 5-0 National Women's Soccer League loss to Western New York.