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US Soccer Coach Working to Promote Palestinian Women Athletics By Yara Yaish RAMALLAH, tramaden in us May 31, tramaden in us 2011 (WAFA) – Former US soccer player and current coach Sari Rose Tuesday said the media can play an important and essential role in promoting women sports. She said during a meeting with Palestinian journalists in Ramallah that the media can encourage women sports by properly introducing it to the society at large. She said newspapers and sports magazines can play a significant role in explaining the hidden reality of women sports through the focus on female players and clubs’ achievements. The American sports media, tramaden in us said Rose, tramaden in us was absent until the US had hosted the World Cup in 1994, tramaden in us stressing that it was one of the main reasons for the emergence of women clubs. She said that a few years ago sports coverage used to concentrate on male sport activities, tramaden in us especially American football and baseball, tramaden in us saying that the media and the internet development contributed to defining female sports. The U.S. Tramaden in us Consulate General in Jerusalem, tramaden in us which hosted Rose’s trip to the Palestinian Territory, tramaden in us said in a statement that Rose’s visit is part of an educational and cultural exchange program that focuses on women’s health and sports. During her visit, tramaden in us Rose will work with the Palestinian Soccer Federation, tramaden in us where she will conduct training sessions for coaches, tramaden in us as well as training sessions with 35 girls at the Frere school in Jerusalem. Tramaden in us She will also attend matches between girls’ soccer teams, tramaden in us and conduct a workshop with summer camp leaders. Sari Rose is a premier athlete who played on a highly-ranked Wake Forest University team from 1994-1998, tramaden in us before moving on to play professional soccer for the Philadelphia Frenzy. Tramaden in us She coached several university-level soccer teams in the U.S. Currently she is the Director of Coaching for the North Carolina Youth Soccer Association, tramaden in us and responsible for coaching education and Olympic development. Y.Y./M.A. Original article can be found at: