National Women’s Day
Since today is International Women’s Day, I thought I’d use this edition of my semi-weekly Musing column to write about gender equality among soccer fans and players. Did you know that FC Dallas has female capos? I did not know this until I read this great piece in What a Howler written by Gaby Kirschner. Gaby’s piece, linked below, identifies some of the following negative and positive points. Continue reading
Emotional Faces! (via MLS)
The Chicago Fire uncorked their attacking power when they took on New York City FC on Friday at Yankee Stadium and were 2:0 up before a half hour had elapsed. But fundamental defensive errors at the most crucial moments proved costly, as NYC conjured goals in stoppage time of both halves and salvaged a point that they had no business winning. For their part, the Fire had an opponent reeling and lacked the knockout punch to bag their first road victory of the season…
Michael Bradley owned the ball (torontosun.com)
T.J. Zaremba breaks down the Fire’s snatching a draw from the jaws of defeat..
“That hunger to be out there and play is what I’m all about.” ~Robert Earnshaw, on what he brings to CF97. Don’t tell me, show me, Robert.
OTF’s Jon Denham gets you ready for Saturday’s action north of the border, while The Yorkies return with an Earnshaw scouting report…
I got your “Opa” right here (mlssoccer.com & tsn2)
T.J. Zaremba breaks down the Fire’s debacle north of the border…
OTF contributor Daniel Casey demands an attitude adjustment after Chicago Fire’s 1-0 loss to Montreal Impact…
Magee decides to use his PK to get Robles out of the way for his rebound shot (espnfc.com)
T.J. Zaremba breaks down the Fire’s second win of the season against the Red Bulls…