The Boston Breakers: There's New Blood in Beantown

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The Boston Breakers: There's New Blood in Beantown

The Boston Breakers finished their maiden season in Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) with a disappointing record of 7-9-4 and were left on the outside of the postseason parade.

This, coupled with the retirement of midfielder Angela Hucles and change of addresses by Heather Mitts, Sue Weber, Kelly Schmedes and Amy Rodriguez, meant that there was bound to be some new faces in Breaker blue.

Coach Tony DiCicco and GM Andy Crossley took the first steps in bringing some new blood to Boston at this weekend's 2010 WPS Draft held in Philadelphia by drafting nine players amongst the 65 drafted overall.

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