New England Mutiny help form new United Women's Soccer league
Dec 16, 2015  

BY CONOR RYAN

It appeared as though the New England Mutiny women's soccer club had finally reached its breaking point with the Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL).

In the wake of multiple controversies regarding playoff seeding and short-sighted scheduling, the Mutiny posted a heated press release toward the end of the WPSL's 2015 season, harping on the trials and tribulations burdening the organization due in large part to lackluster structuring within the league.

"Saturday's semifinal game for six-time East champion Mutiny may very well be the last game in the team's 12-year run in the WPSL, or may lead to even more dire circumstances," the statement announced last July.

For Mutiny owner Joe Ferrara, the choice was clear. It was time to move on... click HERE for the full story from MassLive.com!

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