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Tracking down the Philadelphia Independence
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Tracking down the Philadelphia Independence

As teams in the new National Women’s Soccer League round out their rosters, we take a look at where former Philadelphia Independence players have landed.

Talking With Joanna Lohman, Part II
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Talking With Joanna Lohman, Part II

In the conclusion of our interview with former Philadelphia Independence midfielder Joanna Lohman, we discuss the new women’s soccer league and her organization JoLi Academy.

New women’s pro league to take the field in March/April
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New women’s pro league to take the field in March/April

US Soccer president Sunil Gulati said the new 8-team league will begin play in March/April. US Soccer will run the league’s front office. The US Canadian, and Mexican federations will subsidize some player’s salaries. UPDATED

Philly team in WPSL Elite League
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Philly team in WPSL Elite League

The Philadelphia Fever will be joining the new WPSL Elite League.

Update: No Riley-led team in Elite Division, Pro Supergroup, Sounders Solo
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Update: No Riley-led team in Elite Division, Pro Supergroup, Sounders Solo

Update on women’s soccer news including Independence coach Paul RIley’s decision not to field a team in WPSL ELite Division, his Women’s Professional Supergroup venture, and Seattle Sounders signing Hope Solo and Sydney Leroux

No Indy in new league, but could some Indy’s play?
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No Indy in new league, but could some Indy’s play?

Update on WPS saga. Will Independence coach Paul Riley field a team in WPSL Elite Division that includes Amy Rodriguez and Lauren Cheney? New Borislow filings show legal battle is far from over.

Deals and no deals
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Deals and no deals

If, as WPS argues, there never was a settlement in place with magicJack, what about those exhibition games Borislow talked about?

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WPS: Coming and going

Dan Borislow bears some responsibility for the leagues troubles, but the blame is not his alone.