Whew: In-Game Tweets Legal In Women’s Soccer

Sports fans everywhere have been waiting to see how their favorite league will react to the exploding popularity of Twitter, especially after Charlie Villenueva’s controversial halftime tweet (and subsequent discipline by coach Scott Skiles). Sure, reigning king of Twitter athletes Shaquille O’Neal upped the ante by promoting a halftime tweet for tonight “and not get fined,” but there’s been no stand taken by an entire league yet. Does the league embrace the technology or seek to squelch it?

Twitter Creme
(Sure, why not.)

Fortunately, for the several dozens millions of fans of the new Women’s Professional Soccer League, we have good news. The owners convened and, according to the WASHINGTON POST, decided to legalize the practice in time for the inaugural game next Sunday. THANK GOD: Read more…