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Friday Roundup: Canada to host Germany in June friendly

Also in today’s Roundup, Steph Labbe clears the DRO, and Cyprus Cup rosters for Austria, Belgium, Finland, and Wales Canada has announced a home friendly on June 10 against reigning Olympic champion Germany. The match at Tim Horton’s Field in Hamilton will be the side’s first home fixture of 2018 and the first under new […]

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Thursday Roundup: Canada announces Algarve Cup roster

Also in today’s roundup, the Spirit forgo from retaining Labbé’s rights, Ashleigh Sykes retires from professional soccer, multiple NWSL clubs announce preseason schedules, and several Cyprus Cup rosters drop. Canada announce 2018 Algarve Cup roster New Canada women’s national team head coach Kenneth Heiner-Møller has selected his 23-player roster for the 2018 Algarve Cup, a […]

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NWSL announces 34 federation players for 2018 season

NWSL announced a list of 34 federation players on Thursday, 23 from U.S. Soccer and 11 from the Canadian Soccer Association. There are six newly allocated players on the list. Jane Campbell, Abby Dahlkemper, Crystal Dunn, and Taylor Smith from the U.S. and Canada’s Adriana Leon and Rebecca Quinn.  Leon was an original allocation in […]

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Ellis’s eye on narrowing group for qualifying, but injuries mean USWNT spots still very much up for grabs

U.S. women’s national team head coach Jill Ellis has some of the answers she thinks she needs, some 16 months from the World Cup, but current circumstances leave an intriguing number of questions for her side. Ellis on Wednesday named her 26-player preliminary roster for next month’s SheBelieves Cup, and absent were still-ailing playmaker Tobin […]

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Ellis names 26 for USWNT camp ahead of SheBelieves Cup

Jill Ellis has named 26 women who will go to camp in Orlando next week to prepare for the 2018 SheBelieves Cup. When camp breaks head of the tournament opener March 1 in Columbus there will be 23 players selected. Morgan Brian and Rose Lavelle, who both missed significant time with injuries in 2017, are […]

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Johannsson nears return to full training, Sargent with Werder Bremen first team

Aron Johannsson is still working towards full fitness and Josh Sargent is training with the first team at Werder.

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Tuesday Roundup: Portland Thorns sign Australian defender Ellie Carpenter

Also in today’s roundup, Utah Royals get local streaming deal, the Dash acquire Tiffany Weimer, and four national teams release Algarve Cup rosters. Thorns sign Australian defender Ellie Carpenter The Portland Thorns have signed Australian defender Ellie Carpenter per a team announcement on Tuesday pending receipt of her P-1 Visa and International Transfer Certificate. The […]

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Weston McKennie returns to training field as rehab continues

While Schalke enjoyed a nice Monday off away from the training fields, one of the club’s most promising players took time to put in some work. Weston McKennie took the latest step in his road to (...)

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Monday Roundup: Caitlin Foord suffers ruptured lisfranc ligament

Also in today’s Roundup, Kassey Kallman to sit out 2018 season, Germany names SheBelieves roster, Nicole Barnhart among newest group of Royals, the Spirit complete technical staff, and the Pride announce trio of preseason games Caitlin Foord has ruptured her lisfranc ligament during Sydney FC’s dramatic, W-League semifinal win over Newcastle on the weekend. Foord […]

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Friday Roundup: Amy LePeilbet joins Utah Royals FC staff

Also in today’s roundup, U-19 and U-18 USWNTs bring 48 players to Florida for first 2018 camp Laura Harvey and the Utah Royals FC announced the final additions to the club’s technical staff ahead of it’s inaugural NWSL season today. Olympic gold medalist Amy LePeilbet joins the staff as a second assistant coach and former […]

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