Written by Oluwaseun Oyediji
The Orlando Pride might not have landed Debinha, but they still added an exciting Brazilian star this week, signing forward Adriana to a three-year deal.
The 26-year-old is a former “Prêmio Craque do Brasileirão” (Player of the Year) with Brazilian side Corinthians.
She has scored 12 goals in her international career thus far, including five goals at last year’s Copa America Femenina.
The Pride reportedly paid $100,000 in transfer fees, with an additional $20,000 if Adriana makes Brazil’s 2023 World Cup roster, marking one of the largest transfer fees in Brazil women’s club soccer history.
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Pride forward Darian Jenkins announced her retirement this week, but after a strong draft, expectations for Orlando are rising with every move.
Angel City FC (ACFC) made a big splash on the business side on Thursday, announcing BMO as a new founding partner and the sponsor of their and LAFC’s home stadium.
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BMO approached Angel City about the partnership, wanting to invest equitably in the premier soccer landscape in Los Angeles.
“It was pretty incredible to receive their call because they talked about having a commitment to equity in sports,” ACFC president and co-owner Julie Uhrman tells Just Women’s Sports (JWS).
“Here’s a real opportunity to have equity and support the local men’s and women’s team, and they’re doing just that.”
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