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Hello again! Can you believe it, two blogs in under one week’s time?! Yes, miracles do happen, people. I must admit, I am still recovering from the incredible response to the last entry I posted.
Reflections on #OLAlbi 14-0. Fourteen to nothing. Quatorze à zéro. In whatever language you spell it out, it looks weird. Wrong. Unbelievable, in fact.
What happened in Brazilian women's soccer in 2014 and what to look forward to in 2015. I still remember when I and a few other women's soccer fans received a tweet from the official account of the Brazilian Sports Minister asking what we were working on for women's soccer.
Cat, Thanks for the follow up post. I was discussing the lopsided nature of D1 with someone on twitter who suggested that unlike the US, France and the EU have laws that don’t allow allocation of players because it essentially tells the players where they have to play. I’m not sure that’s entirely true since allocation in the US does take into account the players wishes as much as possible, but I wonder if you have any insight on that? I’m also encouraged to see that only 2 teams will be up for relegation each season.
I fully understand your point that it’s possible not to play down to an opponent and at the same time not rub their face in it either.
I’ve enjoyed the candid look from your perspective and hope to see more intelligent, informative posts in the future.
Thank you Catherine
Thank you Catherine, hopefully there will be less misunderstandings following this!
Thanx! i’m glad i asked you to clarify some of your thoughts (you certainly overacheive that task haha )
Very good world XI and could only be co-managed by Laura Harvey and Vlatko Andonovski of NWSL!