Written by Meredith Martin

The highly anticipated new “Soccer Girl Problems” video hits the internet with much welcome from many soccer fans and players across the nation. With over 38,000 views in the first three days, the video promises laughs once again.

The anonymous “Soccer Girl Problems” team has the ability to relate to players young and old, both male and female. With the courage to make fun of themselves with no shame, the group has gained many followers on Twitter and Facebook. To promote their new “Fo’breeze Commercial” (a spoof on Febreze ads), the team offered free merchandise promo codes on Twitter to anyone who shared the video on Facebook. Here’s to hoping the video provides a few laughs for all the soccer players out there.

 

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Written by Jahmal Corner

Just four slots remaining on our countdown of the top 10 reasons to be excited for the college soccer season (See Part 1, 2 and 3). Take a deep breath. Here are reasons No. 3 and 4:

4. Soccer Girl Problems: I’ve been told that this female comedy troupe attends Fairfield, though I haven’t been able to confirm that. What I do know is that they’re frickin’ hilarious, from their tweets to videos, and their material is at its best during the college season. Somehow, these ladies help me forget about my own soccer man problems.

 

3. Kylie Doniak, Bree McMahon & Mo Isom: These soccer players represented three of the most inspirational stories of the year. And there will be more. Personal triumph is part of the narrative of the college soccer season and it will inevitably shine light on new characters that teach us important lessons.

 

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