I ran across this article the other day on the women’s soccer blog The Equalizer. In it, there were details of a meeting between officials from US Soccer, WPSL and the USL to get a true first division women’s soccer league back in this country in 2013.
I don’t know if WPSL is the right place to go because I haven’t exactly been bowled over by their organization. USL with their longstanding W league, which now houses several former WPS teams, may be the vehicle to get things going again.
Aside from all that, there was an indication of one force in the women’s game that will not be welcome in the new set up:
In attendance at the meeting were officials from WPSL, USL, U.S. Youth Soccer and Tony DiCicco. USSF president Sunil Gulati announced before the May 27 USA-China friendly that this summit would be open to ‘all-comers.’ Former magicJack owner Dan Borislow was not in attendance.