What We're Reading in Women's Soccer This Week; Week 4
Happy Monday, y'all! Let's get this party started.
Kudzi Musarurwa takes us down memory lane with this delightful piece on Kim Little, the once and future queen of Scotland. If you missed her in the NWSL...then you truly missed out, I'm sorry to say. But you can get a crash course on her here.
Caitlin Murray takes look at the mass exodus of NWSL players as they flee to Europe to escape the hot flaming garbage that is the USA in 2020.
Sophie Lawson takes a look at the other side of the world exodus as Aussie players also head to Europe, as well as the differences between the American league and European league.
Sandra Herrera had the pleasure of tracking USWNT star Sam Mewis as she made her debut for Manchester City and showed why she's such a hot commodity.
Allison Cary travels (metaphorically) to Japan to look at their league, their top tier teams and also how you can start watching their games on Youtube.
And last but not least, James Zoltak talks to Commissioner Lisa Baird about what it took to make the Challenge Cup happen, what makes a successful bubble and what lies ahead (potentially) for the rest of 2020.
And that's what you missed on Glee!