NWSL To Implement Promotion/Relegation Just As Soon As It Finds More Professional Leagues, Teams, Players, Fans And Owners With Money

NEW YORK - A spokesperson for the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) stated that the league was ready to implement Promotion and Relegation just as soon as it finds more professional leagues, teams, players, fans and owners with money.

WOOOOOOOOOOOO 132 clubs in 19 divisions with amateur sides playing NCAA players, and reserve sides. Now they just each need an infusion of money, professional players and the ability to absorb the financial costs involved.

WOOOOOOOOOOOO 132 clubs in 19 divisions with amateur sides playing NCAA players, and reserve sides. Now they just each need an infusion of money, professional players and the ability to absorb the financial costs involved.

"We are ready to combine with the WPL, and the WPSL just as soon as they figure out whether they are ready to put millions of dollars into a professional team setup with travel, fields, and players that their ownership and structures currently can't afford," stated NWSL spokesperson Jessica Hanes. "We are also ready to implement full relegation all the way down to the USASA, if needed. Although teams relegated all the way to the USASA will be stripped of their professional status and shamed, as appropriate."

The NWSL stated that they expected to immediately reap a whirlwind of the millions of dollars that exist somewhere as soon as they implement promotion and relegation as hundreds of businessmen with those aforementioned millions of dollars are probably waiting for the league to announce promotion/relegation before investing their money to buy women's soccer teams, fix up facilities, pay players, and invest in infrastructure.

"It's just a matter of time before rich business people take their money and then invest it into teams like the San Francisco Nighthawks because there is a chance of making it to the NWSL level and have their team playing Sunday games on Lifetime," stated NWSL soccer player and part time Starbucks barista and Whole Foods teller Sandra Browning.

"Just imagine all that money out there. Women's soccer just needs to get all that money, and just as soon as the league announces promotion/relegation we know that rich people are going to buy all the WPSL teams. Maybe I'll be able to drop one of my two off-season jobs!"

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as we will still be waiting for the WPSL to be ready in 2021.