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Ex-WPS team owner Borislow dies at age 52

Ex-WPS team owner Borislow dies at age 52

Jeff Kassouf July 22, 2014 58

Dan Borislow, an American entrepreneur and former owner of the magicJack team that played in Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) in 2011, died of a heart attack on Monday at age 52. His death was

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Angeli continues knee rehab, eyes return in NWSL

Angeli continues knee rehab, eyes return in NWSL

Dan Lauletta February 15, 2013 5

The moment it happened, Jordan Angeli knew she had torn her ACL—again. Just as quickly she knew a long road to recovery lay ahead. It was April 9, 2011 and Angeli had scored the

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XI from ’12: [No. 6] Leagues in transition

XI from ’12: [No. 6] Leagues in transition

Meg Linehan December 29, 2012 1

The start of 2012 looked rather grim for the future of women’s professional soccer in the United States.  January was a whirlwind of news concerning the fate of the floundering WPS.  Teams announced a

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ESPN The Magazine profiles Dan Borislow’s past, present and future

ESPN The Magazine profiles Dan Borislow’s past, present and future

Jeff Kassouf September 6, 2012 4

He’s baaaaaack. Well, perhaps he never really left, from what we are finding out. ESPN The Magazine’s “The Franchise Issue” (each issue is a theme) hit homes on Wednesday talking about best, worst and

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New women’s soccer league in the works for 2013 following meeting in Chicago

New women’s soccer league in the works for 2013 following meeting in Chicago

Jeff Kassouf June 29, 2012 39

A new women’s soccer league is on the table for 2013. The resounding message that came Wednesday’s rather quietly conducted meeting in Chicago, featuring U.S. Soccer and soccer businessmen and women interested in filling

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On women’s soccer, MLS, USSF and the future

On women’s soccer, MLS, USSF and the future

Jeff Kassouf May 25, 2012 10

It’s the million dollar question, but the answer requires a lot more than that. Last week’s official announcement (if Facebook counts) of the folding of Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) set into motion the usual

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WPS suspends operations permanently, Borislow lawsuit settled confidentially

WPS suspends operations permanently, Borislow lawsuit settled confidentially

Jeff Kassouf May 18, 2012 5

It’s finally official. Women’s Professional Soccer is completely done having announced on Friday morning – albeit via a Facebook press release – that the league has permanently suspended operations and dissolved. In a separate

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Amanda DaCosta Blog: Japan, Sky Blue FC connect through universal language

Amanda DaCosta Blog: Japan, Sky Blue FC connect through universal language

Jeff Kassouf March 26, 2012 6

Soccer knows no language; it is a language within itself. The way a ball moves on the pitch, might as well be writing. Every moment on the field creates a story, and this story

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Tuesday round-up: Sky Blue roster announced, plus WoSo audio and video

Tuesday round-up: Sky Blue roster announced, plus WoSo audio and video

Jeff Kassouf February 22, 2012 1

Sky Blue FC may not be playing in Women’s Professional Soccer in 2012, but the team will bring a formidable roster to Japan for its March tour. A team based primarily on would-be Sky

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Freelancing: The immediate future of women’s soccer?

Freelancing: The immediate future of women’s soccer?

Jeff Kassouf February 14, 2012 5

Some women’s soccer players may soon follow the path of journalists: Freelancing. The suspension of Women’s Professional Soccer for 2012 has left many players without teams at a time when rosters abroad are already

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