Canada women's soccer coach Bev Priestman has named an 18-player roster for a camp in advance of the SheBelieves Cup, with reinforcements expected to arrive once the FIFA international window opens. The camp will run Feb. 8-12, with Priestman slated to announce her tournament roster ahead of Canada's opening match Feb. 16 against the top-ranked U.S. in Orlando. The sixth-ranked Canadians then play No. 9 Brazil on Feb. 19 in Nashville and No. 11 Japan on Feb. 22 in Frisco, Texas. The camp roster
A loan between the clubs had been agreed before Tuesday’s deadline but the LFP was not notified in time.
Chelsea ripped up soccer's traditional transfer rule book by embarking on a one-of-a-kind spending spree over the past two windows that broke records and completely distorted the market. Sixteen players signed. A total spend of $630 million. An innovative way of covering the huge costs to comply with financial rules. To say the English club's new American ownership has made its presence felt in its first year in the world of soccer would be an understatement. But, in an effort to remodel the squ