In brief - 2006-11-15

  • 2006-11-15
The Latvian Soccer Federation has decided that for every premier league soccer club, there must be at least one woman's team. The decision marked an essential turning point in the development of women's sports. The federation also recommended that all clubs, even in lower leagues, should have a female coach available to train girls interested in soccer. "Women's soccer is more than necessary, so we will ask municipalities across the country to help found female club teams," said Guntis Indriksons, president of the Latvian Soccer Federation.Sprinters Asafa Powell and Sanya Richards have ...
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