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UEFA Women’s Champions League Round of 32

With a bit of a delay you can find the results of the Champions League Round of 32 rematches below. There barely are comments necessary, however a few results are remarkable. Austrian SV Neulengbach indeed held half-NWSL based Apollon Limassol to a draw and got them out of the competition. Also, Konak Belediyesi, a Turkish team, is a surprise find in the Round of 16 after beating Polish Racziborcz. One of these teams will even make it to the quarter final as the draw wants them to face one another in the next round. A real thriller happened in Copenhagen where one of the permanent top eight contenders, Brondby IF had to leave the competition early against FC Barcelona. After a scoreless draw in Spain, Barca held the hosts to a 2-2 draw and advanced on the away goals rule. Read more

June Issue: OGM Chat Questions

We are excited to announce the details for our second Twitter OGM Chat. Our hope this time around is to provide a forum to facilitate quality discussion about the EURO 2013 tournament in Sweden and the latest on the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL). We are extremely interested in what soccer fans and experts have to say, so feel free to join us and contribute to the discussion! We want to hear from you!

General Information
Date: Wednesday July 17
Time: 4 pm ET
Location: Twitter
Hashtag: #OGMChat
Twitter Handle: @OurGameLive


Chat Questions 

  1. Now that we’re halfway through the EURO 2013 tournament, what are your thoughts so far? Who has been the most impressive player?  What team do you think will win?
  2. If you were giving out NWSL awards, who would you pick for:
  • Top USWNT Allocated Player
  • Top Non-USWNT Allocated Player
  • Top Non-Allocated International
  • Top Young Player
  • Unsung Hero
  • Best Jersey
  • Top Broadcasting Team

Players Abroad: Omolyn Davis takes her game to Kazakhstan

by Tiffany Weimer

Through Twitter, I came across Omolyn Davis’ account with a Tweet saying she was playing in Kazakhstan. With not much known about women’s soccer in the country and she likely being one of the first North Americans to play there, I had to learn more. Check out my interview with the Jamaican international previously of George Mason University as well as magicJack SC of WPS, and Energiya Voronezh of Russia. Read more

A Player Abroad: Operation Fortuna Hjørring

by Tiffany Weimer

The second part of our season in Denmark’s 3F Ligaen starts next week. We have a long break that spans from the end of November until the end of March. For the most part, aside from the internationals that have a break for the holidays, the teams stay and train together during the “offseason”. This is a different idea than what we have seen in the US professional/semi-professional leagues. The only comparable organization to this system would be the NCAA where teams stay together most of the year. Read more