Peter Wilt, a founding president of then-WPS club the Chicago Red Stars, considers the future of women's professional soccer in the United States and offers a radical solution with the prospects for WPS currently doubtful.
Peter Wilt unveils his upset filled bracket, relates the change in expectations of the US over the last two decades and makes a case for the greatest upset of all - the red, white and blue holding the World Cup trophy aloft on July 11th.
The 2010 US World Cup team can trace eleven of its coaches and players to the early Chicago Fire teams. Peter Wilt makes a case for this assemblage of personnel creating a sense of team unity which could help the US World Cup chances in South Africa.
Peter Wilt puts his journalism background to good use with this interview of Gol TV commentator Ray Hudson. Hudson provides colorful memories of old mates Tino Lettieri, John Trask and Doug Hamilton and shares his thoughts on a couple of Bob Bradley's forward options.
Spend a day with Peter Wilt as he attends his WPS team's home opener at Toyota Park. Tag along as he drives to the game, socializes with fans, players, coaches and friends before, during and after the Chicago Red Stars first home game of the 2010 season.