The Orlando Pride made a splash with their own NWSL offseason news, trading for Emily Sonnett and the rights to Caitlin Foord. Meanwhile, the Portland Thorns get the No. 1 pick in next week's NWSL College Draft.
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On Monday evening, Washington Post journalist Steven Goff broke news that Amanda Duffy is stepping down as NWSL president, after one year in the role. Now, the league must search for a president and a commissioner.
The NWSL began this week with plenty of news! Kealia Ohai is heading to Chicago, while Katie Naughton is going to H-Town. Plus, Erika Tymrak retires and the Royals sign Taylor Leach.
Laura Harvey has officially stepped down as Utah Royals FC head coach, as first reported by The Equalizer and Dan Lauletta, for an opportunity with U.S. Soccer.
Washington Spirit head coach Richie Burke talked on a conference call about new signings, allocation money and his outlook for the Spirit in 2020.
The OL Groupe made themselves official majority owners of Reign FC, while the Washington Spirit made three signings. Also, some more news around the NWSL.
Jené Baclawski talked exclusively with Rachael McKriger and Last Word on Soccer about leading the Underdogs of CONCACAF, St. Kitts and Nevis and more!
Reign FC is on the road to having a new majority owner. OL Groupe, that operates Olympique Lyonnais in France, is buying Reign FC from Bill and Teresa Predmore.
Sky Blue FC has a new home! Red Bull Arena is no longer just the home of the New York Red Bulls, but now will host Sky Blue FC of the NWSL.