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With winter and the holiday season approaching and being about half way through the WPS off-season, the #WPSChat over the next three weeks will take the fans barometer of the league. This week we will discuss year 2 of the league, the successes and the improvements. The following week we will look at the off-season and week three will look to the up-coming season. So get out your wish lists and measuring sticks because the fun is about to begin!

Q1: The Teams.

  • What did it mean for the league to have expansion in Philadelphia and Atlanta?
  • What did it mean to lose the L.A. Sol?
  • What did it mean to St. Louis?
  • How would you best describe the successes on the field for the teams?
  • How would you describe the off-field success for the teams?

Q2: The Season.

  • What are your thoughts on the ‘Defend your Turf’ campaign?
  • What was the success of the campaign?
  • Why did it stop in the middle of the season?
  • What are your thoughts on the TV schedule?

Q3: Fan Engagement.

  • What did you think of the fantasy league?
  • What do you think about the online fan communities (fan corner, twitter, facebook, etc…)?
  • What are your thoughts on the game webcasts?
  • What are your thoughts on the draft coverage?

Q4: What would you like to discuss in the upcoming weeks?

Join us on Monday at 8pm EST to throw your thoughts into the mix. Just log on to Twitter, Tweetchat, or Tweetgrid, and use the #WPSchat tag.

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Pack your bags, #WPSChat Tweeps. With all the player movement in the WPS this week, we are going to board the #WPSChat express train and take a tour of the teams making moves. Stops will be made at Atlanta, Boston, New Jersey, and Western New York. Last call, all a board!

Q1: The Atlanta Beat.

  • What do they lose with the trade of Angie Kerr, Eniola Aluko, and Tobin Heath?
  • What do they gain in the draft picks they received?
  • Grade this trade for the Beat?

Q2: The Boston Breakers.

  • What is gained with the signing of Kelly O’Hara?
  • What is gained with the signing of Nikki Washington?
  • Have the Breakers addressed all their off-season needs?
  • Grade these signings for the Breakers?

Q3: The New Jersey Sky Blue FC.

  • What is gained with the trade to get Angie Kerr, Eniola Aluko, and Tobin Heath?
  • What do they lose with the sending of draft picks to Atlanta?
  • What off seasons needs are addressed with this trade?
  • Grade this trade for Sky Blue FC?

Q4: The Western New York Flash.

  • What is gained with the signing of Ali Riley?
  • What is gained with the signing of Brittany Bock?
  • What is gained with the signing of Christine Sinclair?
  • What is gained with the signing of Kandace Wilson?
  • Grade these signings for the Flash?

Q5: What would you like to discuss in the upcoming weeks?

Join us on Monday at 8pm EST to throw your thoughts into the mix. Just log on to Twitter, Tweetchat, or Tweetgrid, and use the #WPSchat tag.

After beating Stanford 1 – 0, Notre Dame sits atop of the College women’s soccer world. With the college cup champion being crowned and the 2011 WPS Draft approaching this week’s chat will look at those seniors hoping to move on to the next level.

Q1: The College Cup.

  • Were you able to watch any of the tournament games or attend them live?
  • Who played well and who didn’t?
  • Did the best team win?

Q2: The #1 Pick.

  • Who will be the overall #1 pick?
  • Why do you think they will be #1?

Q3: The Top Seniors for the 2011 WPS Draft (2010SeniorRankings).

  • Who on the list of potential draftees will make an impact in the WPS?
  • Who would be in your top 10?
  • Who would you like to see be added to your favorite WPS team’s roster?

Q4: What would you like to discuss in the upcoming weeks?

Join us on Monday at 8pm EST to throw your thoughts into the mix. Just log on to Twitter, Tweetchat, or Tweetgrid, and use the #WPSchat tag.

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