Sat 19.May 2012 12:59 Tanya Taylor,
Twitter reactions on WPS folding: "Nothing good ever comes easy"
Abby Wambach still has faith
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Karina LeBlanc Goalkeeper for Canada:
A sad day for the WPS but hopefully the pro level of women's soccer will continue to rise

Joanna Lohman plays for DC United in the U.S.:
Is it really surprising to people that the WPS has folded??

Meghan Klingenberg plays in USA:
Sad about WPS but Women's soccer will be back! In the meantime support your local WPSL and W-league teams.

Abby Wambach plays for USA:
The greatest accomplishments usually come after the biggest let downs. Never give up... #wps

Nothing good ever comes easy, and without struggle. The commitment to keep trying, no matter how bad things get, is courageous. #wps

Heather O'Reilly plays for Boston Breakers and USA:
Disappointed to hear the official announcement today about the#WPS. We need to work together to keep this game moving forward!

Manya Makoski plays in USA:
ALL WPS SUPPORTERS NEED TO START INVESTING IN THEIR LOCAL WPSL, WPSL ELITE, OR W-LEAGUE TEAMS .. WOMENS FOOTBALL IN AMERICA DESERVES THIS

Carli Lloyd plays for USA:
Truly a sad thing. “@FOXSoccer: (WPS) has suspended operations permanently & is dissolving the league. A major setback for women's soccer”



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