Tag Archives: Sydney Leroux

New Year & Holiday Fun

1 Jan

2017Hope everyone had a lovely New Year’s Eve and have been enjoying the day today. As promised, a bumper crop of what various ‘ballers have been doing on their holidays. There have been engagements, baby announcements, singing in the mirror while dressed in a towel (Cristiano), blue gradient shoes (Sergio), celebrating on a camel (Mateo & Lukita) and a rather ungracious joke about a rival (Toni Kroos, being a bit rude, IMHO).  Let’s dig in! (It’s long so be prepared!) Continue reading

More Halloween Fun & A Birthday

31 Oct

More Halloween pictures! First up, Remy Cabella looking very scary! Continue reading

Welcome To The World Cassius Cruz Dwyer!

12 Sep

Little Cassius Cruz Dwyer arrived on September 10th. Talk about soccer genes! Mama is USWNT striker Sydney Leroux Dwyer, Papa is Sporting Kansas City forward Dom Dwyer and his proud godmother is USWNT GOAT Abby Wambach! Continue reading

While You’re Waiting For The Match To Start…

17 Feb

…have a mishmash of puppies, babies and selfies and not necessarily in that order. Continue reading

The Daily Drool – Epic Bromance Month USWNT Week: Sydney Leroux & Megan Rapinoe

20 Dec

tumblr_n32d9zaciv1ra3ym9o1_500These two troublemakin’ goofballs are ridiculously adorable together. They egg each other on with hilarious results. Continue reading

The Daily Drool – Epic Bromance Month USWNT Week: Sydney Leroux & Alex Morgan

16 Dec

4f5b372f62e445f7014346348bed4cbfSyd & Alex have played together at Seattle Sounders Women and the U-20 and senior level. They share a love of legendary Halloween costumes and teeny weeny bikinis as well as soccer. Continue reading

2015 WWC: Huge in the US, Sidelined in the UK

21 Jun

e089b863-fdcc-4194-a6b2-532014d5a58e-2060x1236A few days ago I brought you an article detailing why Brazil doesn’t care about women’s football. Here’s a similar article from The Guardian, focusing on a similar situation in the UK. You’d think the UK would be more progressive when it comes to football, and they are in some respects. Just not necessarily with developing their female players. Continue reading