Coming at you with the late Tuesday drop! The Full Kit Wankers connect via Zoom (for the foreseeable future) for another socially distant weekly episode! Hot soccer goss: We dive right into this Mauro Icardi scandal. Wanda Nara asks Icardi for a divorce... and he responds by threatening to leave PSG. The saga started on Saturday when Wanda Nara deleted all traces of Icardi from her Instagram and accused him of infidelity, having supposed been involved with actress China Suarez shared photos of himself and his wife on Sunday and wished her a happy mother's day, which was being celebrated in Argentina, but this doesn't appear to have worked. There could be more developments in the Wanda Nara soap opera ( we sure hope so).Not Cool Moment of the Week: Newcastle United fan who suffered cardiac arrest recovering and responsiveAcross the pond we got our usual Premier League recap. We go over the rest of the weekend fixtures. La Liga /Bundesliga/ Serie A/ Ligue 1 roundups!In our own Backyard: MLS Eastern Conference playoff race is turning into a tight one.Female Intended Play: Just like the MLS Eastern Conference, NWSL is super tight. Except for Orlando Pride. They're out lolRemember, stay safe out there FKWs and remember you've got subs if you need 'em! ⚽️
It's the first episode of Football Americana! Yael catches up with her good friend Heather O'Reilly (a.k.a. HAO), a USWNT legend who finished her career with over 200 caps, a FIFA Women's World Cup, and three Olympic gold medals, among other honors. They chat about their first soccer memories, the growth of the professional women's game, Tobin Heath, and Heather's time at Arsenal. Plus, what are the differences between British and American soccer culture? And how long will it take for the USMNT to reach a World Cup semifinal? If that's not enough, there's plenty of 90s nostalgia, too. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Thursday's episode of Futbol Americas, Herculez and Sebastian react to USMNT's victory over Costa Rica in the WCQ. Do we owe Gregg Berhalter an apology? Then, we welcomed Antonio Valle, ESPN Deportes/ESPN Mexico host and commentator to talk Mexico and their victory against El Salvador. Next, in our franchise segment 'Tales From The Pitch', Matt Miazga recounts the incident where he pokes fun at Diego Lainez's height in USMNT-Mexico game from a few years back. Finally, the guys talk about the USWNT roster for the upcoming South Korea friendlies.
Courtney & André return with another fresh episode! We start off by acknowledging and elevating NWSL players' words, requests, and instructions for support. We also read poignant words from Imani Dorsey, Black Women's Player Collective board member and Gotham FC outside back. With their blessing, we move forward and always in solidarity. Then we discuss recent NWSL news, and wonder if this is another okey doke from Steve Baldwin (#SellTheTeamSteve #SellToMichele). Then we talk about the drop of the Black Women's Player Collective's new logo, website, and ADIDAS partnership. Courtney is already dreaming of an Ivy Park collab, and both of us are hyped about the board and members. If you can, please donate to the BWPC directly at bwplayercollective.org. After that we get into the USWNT roster, shoutout Christen Press & Crystal Dunn for protecting their peace, then move onto the madness that is the playoff race at the end of this NWSL season. We discuss the recent games, how much the table shifted, how much it's likely to continue to shift, and ponder how Gotham always seems to have at least two games in hand. We take a quick break then come back to talk about the UWCL, including Melvine Malard on her bike and Selma Bacha ballin. Then we move to the WSL where we check-in on Hope Powell's Brighton, and drag Gareth Taylor for that nonsense he said about Ellen White and Bunny Shaw. In Heated & Hyped we reminisce about THAT Gotham goal, talk Venezia shirts, and André has some words for the white players in the NWSL. Please listen, share, subscribe, rate and review – we appreciate y'all! Follow us: Twitter - @DiasporaUtdPod Instagram - diasporautdpod
Nico y Michele reaccionan y analizan la victoria de Estados Unidos sobre Costa Rica. ¿Qué nos gustó? ¿Qué falta por mejorar?. Berhalter dijo que las conclusiones se sacaban al final de la venta, y acá estamos! Pero, más importante: ¿Hizo lo correcto Trent Crimm? (NO SPOILERS)
The first ever SuperCut from FTCUTD and The Shea Butter FC Podcast, coming in with straight culture and moisturized soccer takes, and we are joined in the first hour of the pod by special guest, former USWNT member and US Olympic Gold Medalist Staci Wilson! We discuss her current journey as a youth soccer coach, also her experiences as a player and how the more things change, the more they stay the same in light of recent events within NWSL, also shedding light on the ways players can be manipulated in the process of pursuing their career, and discussing her role as a featured speaking at the United States Soccer Coaches' Convention and a quick Q&A at the end of the segment. After the interview we get an update from a returning Coach Tony, back on the pod after several weeks away, fresh from the winning gold at the Tokyo Olympics and coaching for the University of Washington football team, all the while still holding it down for Soccer in the Streets! Also in the episode we quickly recap the USMNT results so far in the October WCQs, an important update with Protagonist, and in 2UP/2Down we hit up Jon Gruden's sudden dismissal from the Raiders and the NFL, and Shea Butter Bombs AND MORE!! Please like and subscribe on your favorite platform and don't forget to follow SBFC at Twitter (Podcast) - @SBFC_Podcast Instagram - sbfc_podcast For FTCUTD at: Twitter - @FTCUTD Instagram - @FTCUTD Like us on Facebook - FTC FTCUTD and SBFC are proud partners in The Alliance of Protagonist Podcasts!! To watch this episode and past FTC shows, check out our new YouTube channel, while you're there "Like & Subscribe" so you're notified anytime we add new content! http://bit.ly/FTCUTDTube Go to ftcutd.myshopify.com, and get your FTC drip! Get at the Sadio Mane and Briana Scurry Legends of the Culture Hoodies!! Series III OUT NOW!! Final week of its release!! Going away on 10/16 and once its done, they're gone!! https://ftcutd.myshopify.com/products/ftc-legends-of-the-culture-series-iii-hoodie
Meg and Steph Yang catch up to discuss both the fall-out across the NWSL (including the relocation of the NWSL Championship) but also the games and the playoff picture — plus discuss some candidates for NWSL MVP, and what we consider “most valuable.” Plus: thinking about the NWSL commissioner role and the USWNT roster drop, and Meg might accidentally start a barbeque war at the end. The new website for the Black Women's Player Collective: https://www.bwplayercollective.org/ Read Steph's story “‘A fear based system': How the structure of sports protects abusers of power” at The Athletic: https://theathletic.com/2862063/2021/10/01/a-fear-based-system-how-the-structure-of-sports-protects-abusers-of-power/ For more on the NWSL Championship being moved to Louisville: https://theathletic.com/news/nwsl-championship-moved-from-portland-to-louisville-at-players-request/iVoU9DB4n2Ht/ Our rolling coverage of reactions across the NWSL following The Athletic's reporting on Sep. 30: https://theathletic.com/live-blogs/sinead-farrelly-and-mana-shim-discuss-allegations-nwsl-commissioner-resigns-paul-riley-fired-live-updates-on-nwsl/CaPyeg3hqcbH/ For all of the latest Washington Spirit coverage: https://theathletic.com/team/spirit/ Buy Marcus Thompson's book “Dynasties: The 10 G.O.A.T. Teams that Changed the NBA Forever” on Bookshop: https://bookshop.org/books/dynasties-the-10-g-o-a-t-teams-that-changed-the-nba-forever/9780762496297 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The first ever SuperCut from FTCUTD and The Shea Butter FC Podcast, coming in with straight culture and moisturized soccer takes, and we are joined in the first hour of the pod by special guest, former USWNT member and US Olympic Gold Medalist Staci Wilson! We discuss her current journey as a youth soccer coach, also her experiences as a player and how the more things change, the more they stay the same in light of recent events within NWSL, also shedding light on the ways players can be manipulated in the process of pursuing their career, and discussing her role as a featured speaking at the United States Soccer Coaches' Convention and a quick Q&A at the end of the segment. After the interview we get an update from a returning Coach Tony, back on the pod after several weeks away, fresh from the winning gold at the Tokyo Olympics and coaching for the University of Washington football team, all the while still holding it down for Soccer in the Streets! Also in the episode we quickly recap the USMNT results so far in the October WCQs, an important update with Protagonist, and in 2UP/2Down we hit up Jon Gruden's sudden dismissal from the Raiders and the NFL, and Shea Butter Bombs AND MORE!! FTCUTD is a proud partner in The Alliance of Protagonist Podcasts!! To watch this episode and past FTC shows, check out our new YouTube channel, while you're there "Like & Subscribe" so you're notified anytime we add new content! http://bit.ly/FTCUTDTube Go to ftcutd.myshopify.com, and get your FTC drip! Get at the Sadio Mane and Briana Scurry Legends of the Culture Hoodies!! Series III OUT NOW!! Final week of its release!! Going away on 10/16 and once its done, they're gone!! https://ftcutd.myshopify.com/products/ftc-legends-of-the-culture-series-iii-hoodie Follow us on Social Media! Twitter - @FTCUTD Instagram - @FTCUTD Like us on Facebook - FTC
En vivo desde Columbus! Nico y Michele te traen toda la previa de USMNT v Costa Rica. Conversamos con Ronald Villalobos de Radio Columbia en Costa Rica. Además, Nico no sabe qué significa 'DEFCON'.
The Manchester derby did not disappoint. We enjoyed a day out at Leigh Sports Village on Saturday and Tamsin completed her forfeit by wearing the stunning tequila sunrise Manchester City away number. We discuss the pro and cons for both sides of Manchester. Arsenal use their match against Everton for their own Goal of the Season competition, Chelsea scrape a win against a stubborn Leicester side, Reading remember where the goal is, Birmingham City grab a point and please can we have a Hope Powell v Rehanne Skinner rivalry. Proudly sponsored by FotMob
Happy Thursday From YOUR KC Morning Show!On the show today, it's all about "The Beautiful Game."Hear from USWNT Manager, Vlatko Andonovski, ahead of their USWNT match against the Republic of Korea on October 21st at Children's Mercy Park. See Carli Lloyd in one of her final two Sendoff Matches before her well deserved retirement!We wrap with Sporting Kansas City Manager, Peter Vermes, and his thoughts on bring the World Cup To KC in 2026!A Good Day To Be A Kansas Citian, yeah? Always.xoxo - @hartzell965 & @holeyhearts
The world's best women's soccer league is enduring a crisis. In a recent investigative report by The Athletic, players alleged that another former longtime coach, Paul Riley of the North Carolina Courage, used his power and influence to sexually harass players, and in one instance coerced a player into having sex with him. Riley was fired after the report was published. The NWSL shut down all games last weekend and the league's commissioner resigned. U.S. Women's National Team coach Vlatko Andonovksi spoke about the scandal at Children's Mercy Park on Tuesday and said he's concerned about the future of the league. You'll hear from him on this episode of The Star's daily sports podcast, SportsBeat KC, along with soccer writer Shaun Goodwin. We discuss plenty of other soccer topics as well, including the contract extension for Sporting KC captain Johnny Russell, the announcement that KC NWSL will play its home games at Children's Mercy Park next year, and more. Story links: Amid crisis in women's soccer: USWNT Coach Vlatko Andonovksi condemns breach of trust KC NWSL Coach Hue WIlliams addresses NWSL scandal USWNT Coach Vlatko Andonovksi on NWSL scandals: “I worry about the league that I love” Sporting KC captain, 100 games played and a new contract. Johnny Russell is here to stay Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hiya Crushes! We're back with the most hilarious listener questions. We know you're wondering which Halloween candy your favorite MLS clubs are, what we'd order with Olivier Giroud, and who has the best mascot. Then, we have your league updates covered, including a real life USWNT experience. And, stick around because we unload all of our thoughts about what's currently happening in NWSL. Twitter: @soccer_crush Square: https://soccer-crush.square.site/
Its been an eventful week in Women's Football hasn't it just. In the WSL, Manchester City's miserable league form continues, Teflon Gareth is frustrating Cityzens and Charlotte is ready to explode! Meanwhile, Chelsea, Arsenal, Everton, Spurs and Manchester United have happier weekends but we're still worried about Reading, is it time for Kelly Chambers to get a run out?! Plus, we respond to the NWSL revelations and stand in solidarity with our pals across the pond. Proudly sponsored by FotMob
WE'RE BACK after our 2 week hiatus! Pro Tip: 2-3 nights in Las Vegas is more than enough. The Full Kit Wankers connect via Zoom (for the foreseeable future -- gotta see wassup with this delta variant) for another socially distant weekly episode! Hot soccer goss: "Ted Lasso" and the EPL reach a licensing deal. It's a little late but welcomed of course. Neymar went viral poking fun at the mass social media outage of 2021. Liverpool fans and Manchester United fans got some reprioritizing to do. UEFA and women's leagues across Europe have joined forces to criticise FIFA's proposal to hold men's and women's World Cups every two years.Not Cool Moment of the Week: Absolutely bombshell revelations that longtime NWSL coach Paul Riley plied multiple players on his teams with alcohol and engaged in sexual coercion and harassment, in addition to more harassment concerning players' weight and sexuality.Across the pond we got our usual Premier League recap. We go over the rest of the weekend fixtures. La Liga /Bundesliga/ Serie A/ Ligue 1 roundups!In our own Backyard: USMNT Qualifiers: Who made the cut and who didn't. Carlos Bocanegra inducted into Hall of Fame. NE Revolution clinch MLS Eastern ConferenceFemale Intended Play: See "Not Cool Moment of the week". Only made sense to primarily focus the NWSL this week. We stand in solidarity with the players of the league. Remember, stay safe out there FKWs and remember you've got subs if you need 'em! ⚽️
Live from City Winery in NYC, it's Potterless! Jackson Bird joins Schubes to determine the best non-human HP character via a bracket. Topics include: Pimp My Ride, BuzzFeed listicles, #AllVibes, Trevor fanfic, Legends of the Hidden Temple, Fluffy's future, youfellasleepwatchingadvd.com, CaddyShack, tiny dog syndrome, Firenze pronunciation, The Weakest Link, enchanted plants, ESPN narratives, Mrs. Florris, hangover Netflix, the USWNT, wizarding murder mysteries, wizard elections, and more!See the completed bracket here: https://bit.ly/augustabsurdityThanks to our sponsors:LEAKYCON: Get 10% off tickets with code "POTTERLESS" at www.leakycon.com !MISCHIEF MERCH: get 10% off merch with code "POTTERLESS" at www.mischiefmerch.com !HBOMAX: Stream all the Harry Potter movies through Oct. at hbom.ax/potterless !—Thanks for listening to this episode of Potterless! Don't want the journey to stop? Check out the links below and as always, Wizard On!WEBSITE: PotterlessPodcast.com (LEARN ABOUT THE SHOW!)PATREON: patreon.com/potterless (SUPPORT THE SHOW!)TWITTER: twitter.com/potterlesspod (TWEET THE SHOW!)INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/potterlesspodcast (PICTURES OF THE SHOW!)FACEBOOK: facebook.com/potterless (HOME OF THE FANCY PRIVATE GROUP!)MERCH: potterlesspodcast.com/merch (REP THE SHOW!)DISCORD: (For $2+ patrons!)Created/Hosted/Edited/Produced by Mike Schubert, Music by Bettina Campomanes, Web Design/Art by Kelly Schubert
Estamos en Austin! Les damos la bienvenida a U.S. FÚTBOL con todo lo que necesitas saber sobre la previa del Estados Unidos v Jamaica, primer partido de la segunda ventana del Octogonal de la CONCACAF rumbo a Qatar 2002. Nico y Michele, entre otras cosas, arman el posible XI que pondrá Gregg Berhalter en la cancha.
In a special Friday episode, Grant has an in-depth discussion about the turmoil in the NWSL with the two journalists whose stories have brought systemic wrongdoing to light: Meg Linehan, the USWNT and NWSL national writer for The Athletic, whose story on coach Paul Riley’s sexual coercion allegations and abuse led to Riley’s firing and the suspension of NWSL games this weekend; and Molly Hensley-Clancy, a sports investigations reporter for the Washington Post, whose August 11 story on abuse by Washington Spirit coach Richie Burke led to his firing and whose continuing coverage of the Spirit story has shed new light on the organization.Music: Get full access to Fútbol with Grant Wahl at grantwahl.substack.com/subscribe
This week on OTB Kevin, Grayle and Sam discuss the USMNT roster announcement for October qualifiers, Jesse Marsch's rough start at RB Leipzig and other Champions League action before being joined once again by Professor Steven Bank of UCLA, an expert in sports law and soccer in particular, to help make sense of the latest from the USWNT–USSF lawsuit, allegations of abuse in NWSL and whether or not the Super League is truly dead and buried.
Ep. 23: Are Cupcake Friendlies Productive for the USWNTIn this episode, Bart looks back at the USWNT's September friendlies against Paraguay. He discusses the question, "Are these cupcake friendlies productive for the USWNT?" and explores the variables that create the unbalanced competition in these matches. Follow the show: @SoccerforUSPod
In Episode 49, we continue our Fan Favorites Series with our interview with Amanda Cromwell, Head Coach of UCLA Women's Soccer, Former National Team member and coach, former pro footballer, and Olympic Gold Medalist, who talked with Phil about vulnerability, recruiting, pursuing justice, and infectious influence. Specifically, she discusses: Her experience in soccer and leadership from her club career, to University of VA, to some other cool stuff, to her current position at UCLA. (1:46) The most memorable leaders she has played and coached with during her illustrious career, and the qualities that set them apart from the rest (3:21) The critical importance of understanding and connecting with your teammates and players you're coaching (6:10) Life and leadership lessons she has learned from the game itself (7:25) The importance of players, and all people, to experience and overcome adversity and failure early in life (9:50) What we can learn from our losses and failings (11:27) Leadership lessons (and some insider Bruin lore) from her Final Four experience in her National Championship season at UCLA (which also happened to be her first year at the school) (13:33) How to foster a healthy culture in a team full of elite players, and the difficulties of choosing captains (22:07) The non-negotiables of a captain (24:57) What she looks for in recruits (and their parents), how she works to prevent signing problem players to her program and how she deals with viruses who slip through the cracks (26:19) How to keep players content and motivated when they're on the bench, or worse, not in the Top 18 (30:29) How she cultivates a healthy team culture with a team full of differing world views, political views, demographics, and backgrounds, even when people disagree on important things (34:18) Resources that she recommends to us (53:43) Resources and Links from this Episode Audio with subtitles available on our YouTube channel (video not available due to technical difficulties) UCLA Women's Soccer website & Social – https://uclabruins.com/sports/womens-soccer & @uclawsoccer Amanda on Social -- @CromwellUCLA (Twitter) & @coach_cromwell (IG) Corey Close on IG and Twitter --@coachcoriclose How Soccer Explains Leadership Facebook Group -- https://www.facebook.com/groups/howsoccerexplainsleadership “All or Nothing: Manchester City” – Amazon Prime “All or Nothing: Tottenham” – Amazon Prime “All of Notiong: All Blacks” – Amazon Prime “The Social Dilemma” – Netflix “Take the Ball, Pass the Ball” -- Netflix How Soccer Explains the World: An Unlikely Theory of Globalization, by Franklin Foer Failing Forward, by John Maxwell Think Orphan Podcast “Two Perspectives on Abortion” Episode -- https://thinkorphan.com/2018/08/21/episode-110/
Last season's WSL Top 4 faced off over the weekend, and it ended pretty decisively. London 11, Manchester 1. We unpack the WSL weekend with big wins for the London clubs; Chelsea, Arsenal, Spurs AND EVEN West Ham United. Plus, wins for the Toffees and Villains, Tamsin's weekend goes from bad to worse to tragic and the FA Cup finally returns. Proudly sponsored by FotMob
Alexi and Mosse start off the podcast with a look at how some MLS teams are becoming talent pipelines to European clubs and why selling youth players make those teams less competitive (8:00). Then the guys recap all of the MLS news from this past week, including the new revamped Leagues Cup tournament featuring all of the Liga MX teams (24:00. Then we look at all the different storylines in the Premier League, the rest of Europe's top leagues, and look ahead to the next round of Champion's League games (1:07:00). Alexi answers fan questions about the USWNT, famous World Cup missed goals, and gives travel tips to a fan in #AskAlexi (1:30:20). Finally, Alexi ends the show by trying out chicken wings and giving his honest opinion on them (1:46:00). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Claire Watkins and John Halloran break down all of this weekend's NWSL action. Despite some surprising results, the table remains tight and the playoff picture very unclear. They also look back on the USWNT's win over Paraguay and what the results mean for players like Mallory Pugh and Catarina Macario. Follow: Claire Watkins on Twitter John Halloran on Twitter The Equalizer on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
NWSL games are back, and so are we! Southside Trap sits down to discuss the two USWNT friendlies against Paraguay, and how Mallory Pugh, Tierna Davidson, and Casey Krueger kicked ass. We also talk through their next assignment, another important league game against the NWSL-leading Portland Thorns - their first after the disastrous regular season opener back in May. dun dun dunnnn enjoy!
Meg and Steph Yang both made trips to Ohio for the USWNT friendlies against Paraguay, and compare notes in today's show, before discussing the emotions around player retirements, a diversion on the latest episode of Ted Lasso (spoilers!), and then circling back around to the NWSL, plus the new expansion draft rules. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week on OTB Kevin, Grayle and Sam discuss the new MLS/Liga MX Leagues Cup, Ted Lasso's dominant performance at the Emmy's, COVID and injury concerns ahead of the USMNT's October qualifiers and the latest in the USWNT–USSF equal pay lawsuit before being joined by Martin Jacobson (Coach Jake), the winningest coach in NYC history at MLK High to discuss his team this season, what his players have to overcome on a daily basis and why urban areas are still largely overlooked in the American soccer landscape.
#MEGANRAPINO #EQUALPAY #USWNT FROM NPR-In the 2019 Women's World Cup finals, when the final whistle blew and the U.S. team stormed the field in celebration, thousands of fans chanted, "Equal pay! Equal Pay!" The U.S. Women's National Team, co-captained by Megan Rapinoe, has been a symbol of gender equality ever since they filed a lawsuit in March 2019 against the U.S. Soccer Federation alleging pay discrimination. TODAY- Megan Rapinoe and company are now changing their demands. Subscribe to my YouTube channel www.youtube.com/coachcameronsoccer TWITTER https://twitter.com/yescoachcam FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/coachcameronsoccer PODCAST http://coachcameronpodcast.libsyn.com/ WEBSITE www.coachcameron.com LBRY.TV https://lbry.tv/@coachcameronpodcast INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/coachcameronpodcast CONTACT ME VIA EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
Orlando City is sliding down the mountain right now and needs to find its ice axe to try to arrest its rapid descent before something catastrophic happens. The Lions had two matches in the past week and while they stopped scoring goals on themselves, they still can't stop the other team from doing it and they also seem averse to finishing with 11 men on the pitch. None of this is particularly good but we have to talk about it anyway. We do, but under protest. The Orlando Pride, meanwhile, were off this week for the international break. Alex Morgan was an exception though and she was exceptional in scoring a hat trick in the second of two friendlies against Paraguay. Her performance Tuesday night hopefully has her confidence soaring ahead of the Pride's trip to play OL Reign this weekend. It's the most difficult road trip remaining in the regular season and coming home with any points would be a huge step toward the NWSL postseason. This week's mailbag was quite full, with questions about Orlando City's current form, the fact that no one could seemingly stand up last Wednesday vs. Montreal, movies that set the tone in the first scene, and more. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. We close the show with our key match-ups and score predictions for Orlando City at the New England Revolution. That's all for this week. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 264 went down: 0:15 - Orlando City continues to be bad at soccer at the moment and we're hoping they decide to be good at soccer again soon. 33:29 - The USWNT scored a whole lot of goals against Paraguay, we had a pretty full mailbag, and we've got our key match-ups and score predictions for Orlando City's trip to the awful building known as Gillette Stadium. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
USWNT player Kelley O'Hara joins Amanda and Bryan to talk Tokyo Olympics, pay equity, and “Bachelor In Paradise.” O'Hara discusses her podcast for the Just Women's Sports network and an upcoming season of incredible interviews with women athletes. She describes the unusual vibe at the Tokyo Olympics and how she feels about the responsibility imposed on women athletes to take a stand. Finally, they play a Bachelor In Paradise-inspired game in which Kelley assigns reality tv personalities to positions on the soccer pitch.
A'ja Wilson and Napheesa Collier are joined by USWNT member and fellow Just Women's Sports podcast host Kelley O'Hara to discuss how they celebrate big wins, why Kelley loves being a pro athlete in Washington D.C., and what it was like to pose in the ESPN Body Issue. Plus, A'ja and Phee discover they both love a commonly-loved Halloween candy, and they get a jump on planning this year's costumes. Hosts: A'ja Wilson and Napheesa Collier Guest: Kelley O'Hara Producer: Ambre Moton Executive Producer: Alexys Feaster Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On our SEASON 4 PREMIERE we talk about the USWNT's return to the scene with their two games against Paraguay. The 9-0 and 8-0 wins were remarkable mostly in the intense spotlight being shone on Carli and seemingly no one else, and the team's re-introduction to the likes of Macario, Andi Sullivan, Sophia Smith, and even Mal Pugh. Send us your thoughts on the two matches at email@example.com.
Another week, another game the Chicago Red Stars did not lose!! We sat down to chat defensive transition, a clogged attacking midfield, set pieces that kinda feel like team goals, call ups (recorded before Mal Pugh got three USWNT assists on Thursday night), and asked for feedback for our international break State of the League episode
The woman who *truly* saved the day in the USWNT's 2019 World Cup run. World Cup Champion Alyssa Naeher joins Kelley O'Hara to deep dive about her journey from USWNT sub to superstar keeper. From scoring her first pair of goalie gloves, to dealing with pressure from the media, to all of the false starts and heartbreaks she experienced while waiting for her first national team game. Now having reached the top, Kelley and Alyssa discuss the keeper's secret to making big-time penalty saves before reflecting on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and where the USWNT goes from here.
The international break is over but it left plenty for Courtney & André to #discuss. We start off with a quick review of some key scores and goalscorers from the international break, including France dominating then struggling, Marta doing a(nother) madness, plus the Aisha Buhari Cup and more. Then we talk about the USWNT's two matches versus Paraguay and attempt to answer the question that seems to vex many a U.S. soccer fan: Is Catarina Macario good? We investigate! We also talk about the slew of bad takes that follow every big win by the USWNT, Casey Krueger being amazing, Crystal Dunn being disrespected (again), Sophia Smith being incredible, and Mal Pugh back and ballin out! After that we do some quick hits on the potential chaos of Kansas City's draft exemption becoming a tradable asset and FIFA22 getting it all the way wrong with their Top-22 rankings. Then we hop into things that really got us heated, from geoblocking to the foolish idea of a biannual World Cup that refuses to die. But we end on a high note and talk about things that have us hyped (shoutout to the WNBA!). Please listen, subscribe, rate and review! Follow us: Twitter - @DiasporaUtdPod Instagram - diasporautdpod
Sandra Herrera and Lisa Roman recap the USWNT match vs Paraguay. The US closes out both friendlies against Paraguay with clean sheets, ending the second match 8-0. Rose Lavelle notches a goal and three assists in front of her hometown in Cincinnati, OH. Sophia Smith earns her first international start and scores her first international goal. Plus, Alex Morgan scores a hat-trick. 'Attacking Third' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Attacking Third team on Twitter: @AttackingThird, @SandHerrera_, @LRoman32 Visit the Attacking Third YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/attackingthird You can listen to Attacking Third on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast." For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Claire Watkins and Pardeep Cattry open up the mailbag to answer questions about the upcoming expansion draft, what colors San Diego should wear, the Washington Spirit, Racing Louisville's first season, and more. They also discuss the USWNT's win over Paraguay, Carli Lloyd, Mark Parsons' first game as head coach of the Netherlands, and the Dash's 5-1 win over Tigres. Follow: Claire Watkins on Twitter Pardeep Cattry on Twitter The Equalizer on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sandra Herrera and Lisa Roman give their wishlist starting XI for the USWNT ahead of the match vs Paraguay on Tuesday 9/21. Sandra and Lisa pair players in the backline, midfield and forward positions that they would like to see play together and discuss why these positions work best for the players. In the second half of the episode, Sandra and Lisa welcome current Interm GM for NJ/NY Gotham FC Yael Averbuch West to discuss enhancing the club culture, hiring new coaching staff Scott Parkinson and Beverly Goebel Yanez, the expansion and college draft, and how being a former NWSL player helps her in her GM role. 'Attacking Third' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Attacking Third team on Twitter: @AttackingThird, @SandHerrera_, @LRoman32 Visit the Attacking Third YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/attackingthird You can listen to Attacking Third on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast." For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On Friday's episode of Futbol Americas, Herculez and Sebastian react to the CONCACAF Champions League semifinals. The guys discuss why MLS teams keep failing to win the competition. Then, Herc and Sebi analyze Carli Lloyd's five-goal extravaganza vs. Paraguay. Later, Jeff Carlisle joins the show to discuss the U.S. Soccer Federation's negotiations with USWNT and USMNT. Then, the conversation switches to Leagues Cup, where Seattle Sounders became the first MLS team to reach the competition's final. Is this redemption for the MLS? Finally, the guys preview the Clásico Regio between Tigres and Monterrey. They go through the Top 5 moments in Clásico Regio history.
Been saying that South Africa is here…; what do white people think?; USWNT equal pay... --- Aisha from Connecticut was fired for not having the vaccine. Robert from Kansas
Sandra Herrera and Lisa Roman recap the 9-0 win for the USWNT over Paraguay. Carli Lloyd scored 5 goals, Mallory Pugh is making her biggest comeback at the international level and the US is back to their scoring ways. 'Attacking Third' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Attacking Third team on Twitter: @AttackingThird, @SandHerrera_, @LRoman32 Visit the Attacking Third YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/attackingthird You can listen to Attacking Third on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast." For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Larry bears his soul on the Portland trade and clarifies his stance on Columbus Crew vs Portland Timbers/Thorns. Headline [5:45]: latest edition of FIFA F*ckery involves Infantino and Arsene Wenger trying to double our pleasure and fun (and their revenues) by making World Cups every two years. Premier League [12:15]: big wins for Chelsea and United, big loss for Spurs and Nuno, and we got a goal and some points for Arsenal; Power Rankings [32:15]; weekend preview f/t Tottenham vs Chelsea (#pray4sam) and FPL tips [50:45]. Rest of World [57:15]: Juve and RBL struggles plus Champions League observations. Best Bets [1:07:10] and GOAWs. Next up Julia Roddar [1:20:15] discusses her connections to Wisconsin and Florida Man; jumping from Europe to NWSL; what this season with Washington Spirit has been like given controversy surrounding the club; and the inside story on her Olympics experience this summer f/t Sweden's spanking of USWNT, the dirty truth behind the anti-sex beds and how the team's medal-winning celebrations.
On Monday's episode of Futbol Americas, Herculez and Sebastian talk about the Americans playing in the UEFA Champions League this season. Who are the top 5 Americans in the UCL? Next, the guys react to the weekend action in MLS with the segment 'The Good, Bad & Ugly'. Then, Julie Foudy joins the show to talk about the USWNT and their upcoming friendlies vs. Paraguay. Herc and Sebi get you ready for midweek action in CCL and Leagues Cup with the segment 'Book It'.
Alexi and Mosse open the show with a look at Arsene Wenger's proposed changes to the World Cup schedule and answer if having a World Cup every two years would be a good idea (06:36). Then the guys recap the USMNT's World Cup Qualifying games, discuss Berhalter's performance, and look at Ricardo Pepi's impact on the team (31;30). We also take a look at Ronaldo's return to Manchester United, follow the biggest news stories in Europe's top 5 leagues, and go over this week's Champion's League group stage matches (51:40). Alexi answers questions from fans about the USMNT, the USWNT, and answers what it's like to be a youth soccer leagues referee in #AskAlexi (1:06:00). Finally, Alexi ends the show by reflecting on the 20th anniversary of 9/11 (1:20:20). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices