NWSL Offer Hurricane Florence Position As Commissioner Of League

Cary, NC - The National Women’s Soccer League reportedly sent two unpaid player representatives in a flimsy row boat out into the Atlantic Ocean in order to offer Hurricane Florence the position of Commissioner of the NWSL.

 “Even I think that Sky Blue hasn’t done enough for their players.” — Hurricane Florence

“Even I think that Sky Blue hasn’t done enough for their players.” — Hurricane Florence

“We are committed to diversity and committed to new ideas,” stated NWSL executive Amanda Duffy. “As such, we feel that our long non-search is over. We are ready to extend an offer to Hurricane Florence to be commissioner of the NWSL.”

League insiders indicate that the NWSL is bullish on Ms. Florence due to the unprecedented amount of publicity the storm is generating in the news, recently.

“The NWSL wants publicity and what better way to get publicity than appointing a natural disaster as your Commissioner,” stated one anonymous source. “It’s like when the Galaxy hired Alexi Lalas. It’s probably going to fail miserably, but everyone will be talking about it while it does.”

The Nutmeg News reached out for comment to Hurricane Florence but was unable to receive a response from her representatives.