USWNT players in WPS

Discussion in 'NWSL' started by Beau Dure, Dec 19, 2011.

  1. ForeverLOST108

    ForeverLOST108 Member

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    Well you know... :D

    I don't remember who else has played over there though besides Rapinoe and Loyden.


  2. philrothgeb

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    Well, I'm guessing that Rapinoe will play for Sydney again this year...I don't know what Loyden is up to now-a-days...

    I was told the two were Tobin Heath and Lori Lindsey?!?!!?
  3. Katreus

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    Loyden and Vandenbergh are on their way to Denmark / Fortuna.
  4. philrothgeb

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    They're obviously getting their options in order in these uncertain times, as its still aways off...but Rapinoe will return to Sidney, but this time as a full fostered player...while Heath and Lindsey are close to inking w/Perth...all in the Aussie W-League...

    It appears that players are trying to form some sort of semblence out of what are unsure ans uncertain times for them with the sudden folding of the WPS...looking at future options, as well as those around the corner...how many will go down under of even to Brazil, South America, etc...?!?!?!


  5. Beau Dure

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    It'll be interesting to see how U.S. Soccer feels about players going to Australia and elsewhere while they're ramping up a residency program and adding friendlies.
  6. kool-aide

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    iirc, the Aussie season doesn't start until after the Olympics. If the USWNT does not win gold, ussoccer isn't going to have much for the team for at least a year. If they do win gold, there will be a few "victory tour" but those'll likely be done by September.

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