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Seattle Reign News Roundup – Issue 2

Highlights | Reign vs Spirit (Full Match)

Post Game Interviews
Press Conference (video) | Jess Fishlock (video) | Keelin Winters (video) |Kendall Fletcher (video)

Photo Sets
Wilson Tsoi/Facebook
Mike Russell/sounderatheart.com

Reign FC tops Washington Spirit 3-1 | goalWA.net
Reign FC vs Washington Spirit | CheekyBackheel
Reign Improve to 2-0 | seattletimes.com
Recap: Reign Train Rolls To A 3-1 Victory Over Spirit | sounderatheart.com
Washington Spirit fall 3-1 to Seattle Reign FC | SoccerWire.com
Reign 3, Spirit 1 | Washington Post
Seattle Reign FC star has bigger following than Marshawn Lynch – Sydney Leroux (video) | King5.com
Jess Fishlock (audio) | CheekyBackheel Podcast
Richard Farley on NWSL/Reign (audio) | Nos Audietis Podcast

NWSL Coverage
NWSL Week 3: A look ahead | SoccerByIves.net
NWSL Digest: Week 2 | prosoccertalk.nbcsports.com
NWSL Week 2 Review | allwhitekit.com

Bye Week Video Archives
INSIDE REIGN: Syd + Pinoe (video) | LEVYFilms
Elli Reed and Beverly Goebel (video)
Laura Harvey on the Bye Week (video)
Hope Solo on Year Two With Reign FC (video)
Post Game 1 Training (video)
Game 2 Match Preview (video)

Seattle Reign News Roundup – Issue 1

HighlightsReign vs Breakers (Full Match)

Post Game Interviews
Reign Report (Harvey/Naho/Rapinoe/Little) | Cheeky-Backheel.com (audio)
Kim Little (video)Harvey (video) | Harvey/Rapinoe/Jess (video)

Photo Sets
Wilson Tsoi/Facebook
Joe Mendoza/96.5JackFM
Mike Russell/sounderatheart.com

Post Game Media
Reign Shine in home debut | goalWA.net
Reign FC gets victory in season debut | seattletimes.com
Reign Recap: 2014 Welcomed With A 3-0 Over Boston | sounderatheart.com
Seattle Reign shuts out Boston Breakers | SoccerWire.com
Little, Rapinoe Dominate Breakers | TheBentMusket.com
Sloppy Second Half by Boston Gives Seattle Win | soccerly.com

NWSL Coverage
NWSL Week 1: A look back | SoccerByIves.net
Week 1 Review ARod’s back and Boston look like a mess | SBNation
NWSL Roundup | prosoccertalk.nbcsports.com
NWSL Week in Review | allwhitekit.com

Pre Game Interviews
Amanda Frisbie Interview (audio) | wfpod
Laura Harvey (blog) | wfpod

Pre Game Media
Seattle Reign: A Beginner’s Guide | sounderatheart.com
So you’re thinking of attending a Reign game | sounderatheart.com
Seattle Reign FC ready for second NWSL season | seattletimes.com
Match Preview (video) / Defense Preview (video)

NWSL Fantasy League Week 1


Update: Pathetic. 49pts. Solo  (24), Broon (-.5) Barnes (8), Robinson (0), Lloyd (-.5), Holiday (5), Fishlock (6.5), Tymrak (4) Leroux (7), Naho (0), Masar (-4.5). Masar was the ultimate FL assassin. Whyyyy?

Twin Peaks FC is back! While I crashed and burned in NWSL Fantasy League last year I’m giving it another shot. It helps that when I sentimentally select players from my favorite team now (as one does) I won’t be as burned for it this year. Looking at you Reign.

I picked Captain Solo not just because I like how it sounds (I do tho) but I think Reign will win and Hope will have to make a few saves in the process which means points. I went with the 3-4-3 because defenders just don’t bring in many points. Broon, Barnes, and Robinson are as solid as they get. Depending on how they tend to rack up fouls will probably be the only times I move away from them.

I stuck with attacking mids outside of Fishlock. I’m not sure how far back she’ll play this year or how card happy she’ll be this year with her role on the team. I think she’s a good wildcard to have in there this week what with Little jetlagged likely and once I get a better sense of how Harvey will play her I’ll know if she should be in my all attacking all the time midfield.

The forwards were difficult for me since some players listed as forwards that I like have better chances of being assist generator types. I picked Leroux because she’ll be getting great service and is playing against her former team. Naho because she will likely be faciliting the offense and thus assists I hope. Finally I picked Masar because she has a lot to prove and will be holding things together for a young team. If it comes down to forcing things to happen in the offense she’ll find a way I think. Portland’s defense is shaky with all the players out. I’m expecting lots of goals for both sides. That’s why I left most of the Pricks and Dash off for now.