Social Media Is Going To Be The Key To The Campaign For Ladies Soccer

The UEFA is coming up with this campaign, which is, #weplaystrong, in the Republic of Ireland next year.

The campaign focuses on encouraging and promoting the game among the women across the countries in Europe and to sustain their interest in the game. One positive thing is that the overall view rates for the women’s games have grown and more people are becoming interested in the competitions held between them.
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US Women’s Soccer Concluded Year With The Win

Alex Morgan was able to score late and the team of United States national concluded year with a win of 1-0. It has beaten the Scotland and win the match in Glasgow. This year the team of American women remains unbeaten all through the year. This year it registered 19 wins at different places and there were two matches that ended in ties. Last year as well the team stayed unbeaten in 28 matches it played.

This is the twelfth ventilation of this team this year. When asked about performance Morgan said, “It has been good this year to be unbeaten. I do not feel our last match was the strongest achievement in any way, but I the win credit goes to the Scotland. She added “Yes, my wish was that I play very well, we have beautiful team now. During the game first half, many times happened that we dominated the game. Our present team is want we want to in the world championship.
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Rock Star US Women’s Soccer Team Makes The World Cup

The defending champions got a place in next summer’s tournament after a 6-0 win over Jamaica in the semi-finals of the CONCACAF Women’s Championship. Maybe one hour after the US Women’s Soccer Team beat Jamaica 6-0 on Sunday at the Toyota Stadium to qualify for the World Cup in 2019, some Megan Rapinoe gave a phone.

She turned her camcorder over herself and began to jump while she sang: “We’re going to France! We’re going to France!” Rapinoe, the veteran from the United States, pogo-sticked over to teammate Alex Morgan, who spoke to a cluster of journalists. Morgan did not miss a blow to the camera and added a “what?” Between each rapinoe shout of: “We are going to France!” The scene served as a European tour announcement to artists at the top of their game. The celebration happened spontaneously, so much of the American women’s attack seems to be, but it took years to create.
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Peter Crouch’s Views On His Scores

Peter Crouch said he was quite pleased with the goal as it was one out of the great headers he has scored till date. He has endless people telling him that it came off the back of his head, although he was trying to flick it in. Crouch wanted to make a significant difference when he made an entry at Preston. As per Crouch, he hoped to do some act straight away to get his head on to the free kick of Joe Allen only through his first touch which was quite amazing. All strikers get a bit restless towards the beginning of every season to achieve the mark. Crouch was no different as he was in the right direction and the only thing that came in between his happiness was that they only achieved a single point at Deepdale and still hoping for the first win. The team is confident that things would fall in place soon.

Soon after the match was over, Crouch started appreciating the importance of a goal and feels proud to be a part of the 200 club. He scored his 200th goal with 2-2 draw in Senior English Club Football. This was his 1st goal that he achieved after scoring in 2003 for Norwich. He did ensure that the Stoke returned to potteries with some points.
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WAYNE ROONEY CLOSE TO JOINING DC UNITED

Everton midfielder Wayne Rooney is close to completing a transfer to DC United, as per reports. Sky Sportsclaim the deal should be done in less than 48 hours before the player travels to Washington later in the week.

The player’s rep Paul Stretford has agreed a deal with DC United and it suits Everton so the deal is almost done. The former Three Lions skipper has reportedly sorted out his visa and work permit issues so he should be in training with his new teammates when he lands in the United States.
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SIGNEUL IN DOUBT

The future of Scottish women’s football manager Anna Signeul has been thrown into doubt after Scotland suffered a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Netherlands. The result sees Scotland fail to reach the World Cup 2015 finals. It was rumoured that Signeul may consider stepping down from her position as a sign of accepting the failure to get the team to the finals. However, Signeul says that she was to carry on and help the team reach the European championships. Scotland came into the match against Netherlands knowing that they had to win by at least a two-goal margin in order to reach the next stage.

However, a 2-0 defeat means that they have now gone out of the competition after a 4-1 aggregate loss. Signeul says that one of the reasons for the failure of Scotland to reach the World Cup finals is likely to be down to the significantly lower investment in women’s football in the country. She says that the women’s game should attract more investment in order to develop better players. Her comments come at a time when even men’s football is struggling to keep up with the rest of the European leagues.

“We will qualify for the Euros in two years’ time, that’s for sure. We are disappointed, but when you see steady progress, we should be confident.” I think we need to develop the game on all levels. We need more players, we need a better league, a competitive league. We are very vulnerable when we have so few players, but we have done a fantastic campaign and it’s just sad that we can’t go on. We need to continue what we’re doing because it’s working and we have young players coming through,” said Signeul, who has been in charge of Scotland since 2005.