Alyssa Ally (Alyssa)



About Alyssa:

Blogger, Tweeter, Footy Fan: Canadian soocer, TFC, Barcelona, WNY Flash. Huge supporter of sleeping.

Alyssa's Favorite Sports:

WNBA, , Olympics, Soccer, NWSL, Yoga

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Video Interviews from the 2011 Roller Derby World Cup in Toronto
posted on December 7, 2011 at 2:43pm

Check out video interviews and highlights from the 2011 Roller Derby World Cup in Toronto!   ...more

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Bench Warmer

All things Canadian women's soccer.

Canadian Women Win Gold at the Pan Am Games
A redemption gold medal win for the Canadian women’s soccer team in an exciting match against the third ranked Brazilians at the Pan American Games held in Guadalajara, Mexico. Brazil scored four minutes into the first half with a long ranged shot from...[Read on]
John Herdman new coach of the Canadian women's soccer team
Late July, after the Canadian women's national team performed poorly at the World Cup, Italian native, Carolina Morace stepped down as head coach.CSA hoped to find someone with international experience. Herdman's salary has yet to be disclosed but it is ...[Read on]
Carolina Morace resigns as head coach of Canadian women's team
The happy marriage gone sour between Carolina Morace and the CSA has ended in an unexpected divorce. Wednesday afternoon during the CSA's formal debriefing, Morace announced she'll no longer coach the women's program. "We planned the debrief and we were...[Read on]
Oh Canada - What went wrong?
Canadian soccer fans had high hopes for the women’s national team. The women themselves had high hopes for going far in the World Cup. Team Canada beamed with confidence going into Germany and rightly so. They won four of their last five tournaments bef...[Read on]
Carolina Morace: not the problem
Well in the bigger picture, she's not the one to blame.When Canada lost to France on Thursday, ultimately eliminating them from the Women's World Cup, naturally finger pointing began and Canadian soccer supporters engaged in the blame game.Much of the bla...[Read on]
Playing for pride
There may have been critics stating Canada shouldn’t be over hyped and probably won’t make it far in Germany but no one predicted Canada would be victim of the first blowout of the World Cup – the first team eliminated. No one.  Canada put themselv...[Read on]
Mark my words: Christine Sinclair will play against France
In Canada's first game of the Women's World Cup, Captain Christine Sinclair suffered a broken nose when German defender Babett Peter elbowed her in the face early in the second half. She quickly went down and was taken off the pitch. Her nose was crooked ...[Read on]
Day 1 of the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup
Day 1 of the 2011 Women's World Cup comes to an end. 4 goals, 2 expected wins and 1 broken nose.Group A action got underway today in the 6th Women's World Cup. France faced Nigeria in the first match. Nigeria wasn't expected to come out with three points ...[Read on]
Canadian Women's National Team World Cup roster
Goalkeepers: Karina LeBlanc, Erin McLeod, Steph Labbe,Defenders; Emily Zurrer, Candace Chapman, Rhian Wilkinson, Marie-Eve Nault, Robyn Gayle, Chelsea Stewart/MMidfielders: Kaylyn Kyle, Diana Matheson, Carmelina Moscato, Kelly Parker, Sophie Schmidt, Desi...[Read on]
CSA reaches compensation agreement with Canadian women
After a long hard fought battle with the CSA over compensation, the Canadian players have finally reached an agreement with the CSA. “The Canadian Soccer Association is pleased that we have reached a resolution and we look forward to supporting the Wom...[Read on]