If you’re in the Vancouver area and craving something sweet, perhaps Canadian WNT players Selenia Iacchelli and Emily Zurrer can help you out. The duo, along with Iacchelli’s sister, operate a frozen yoghurt and Belgian waffle food truck called Sweet Ride. I’m not one for food trucks or Vancouver, but I could be easily convinced to give it a go. Continue reading
EA Sports is currently running a contest to determine which player will be on the cover of FIFA16 in Australia, France, Latin America, Mexico, and the UK. Interestingly, the Australian candidates are all members of the Australian Women’s National Team: Kyah Simon, Steph Cateley, and Katrina Gorry. That’s right, female footballers are the only players in the running for Australia. All the nominees for the other countries are, unsurprisingly, male.
What is also interesting about these three female nominees is that they are only 24, 21, and 22 years old respectively. They’re just babies! What an honour to be considered for such an item so early in your career.
Voting ends July 5 for all the regions, with the winners and covered revealed on July 8.
And so it is written. The stuffed turtle key chain named Myrtle was right. As stuffed turtle key chains tend to be, ya know. England for the win. God Save the Queen. Yada yada yada. I’m happy for England, I really am. Just not as happy as I would have been if Canada had won. You understand. Continue reading
Happy 28th birthday to our beloved hipster pirate.I miss him terribly but knowing that he’s happy in San Sebastian (aka the Ancestral Land of Xabis) makes me feel much better. Feliz cumpleaños, Esteban!
Forward Eniola is a fierce competitor for Chelsea Ladies. She’s also a lawyer and has been writing a regular column during WWC for BBC Sport. Man, I wish I had her energy and focus! Eniola has represented England at the senior level since 2004 and was on Team Great Britain for the 2012 Olympics. Her brother Sone is also a pro footballer, playing for Hull City and the Nigerian national team.
David Beckham is starring in Sprint’s new All-In commercial. Who among us wouldn’t follow Becks around like a puppy given half a chance?