After spending yesterday in the past, today we jump right forward to the present day. In the latter of part of the first 100 years of US soccer, the men’s game has been slowly catching up with the rest of the world. The women’s game, however, has long been ahead of the pack and is looking to stay there with the introduction of a new league this year, the National Women’s Soccer League. We spoke to Wales captain Jessica Fishlock, currently of NWSL team Seattle Reign, about life and football in the US.
The last time we reported on Jessica Fishlock, it was midway through the 2012 FA Women’s Super League. Her club, Bristol Academy, eventually saw her clinch a very respectable fourth place finish, and as well as bagging herself four goals along the way, Fishlock ended the season with several awards, including the coveted WSL Players’…
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