Three Star Daily, Apr. 6th: The Women are United, the Galaxy are Calm

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 06: David Beckham fans cheer after the friendly match between the Melbourne Victory and LA Galaxy at Etihad Stadium on December 6, 2011 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

Two different directions this edition of the Three Star Daily will go in. The first is a congratulations.

LAG Confidential writer Kayla Knapp is also heavily involved in a startup blowing up at the moment, Women United F.C. It's a place on the internet for female soccer fans to congregate, to chat, to celebrate their passion for the beautiful game. They recently got written up in the New York Times, which is very very cool, and everyone should check it out:

Women United F.C.: A Launch of Its Own - NYTimes.com
Women United F.C. is a group and Web site dedicated to female soccer fans of Major League Soccer.

Quite happy for them, and certainly wish them all the success there is to be had.

On a different gear, the Galaxy do have a match tomorrow and finally there's an article out there which isn't all doom and gloom and brooms. If you listen to the extra time radio podcast, you know Bruce Arena doesn't have the panic light on; as Luis Bueno reports, neither do the players:

Galaxy players not panicking after poor start to season | MLSsoccer.com

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