Welcome to the last episode of the Women’s Soccer Review.
athan Tannenwald is joined by AdWeek’s Mollie Cahillane and Business Insider’s Meredith Cash to discuss the U.S. Soccer Federation presidential election, U.S. Soccer’s new long-term media rights deal with WarnerMedia, and the risks of the many new cryptocurrency sponsorships in the NWSL.
On this episode of WSR,
Jonathan Tannenwald is joined by Marissa Lordanic of The Far Post Podcast.
A great show as always, check it out!
Jonathan Tannenwald of The Philadelphia Inquirer is joined by Lisa Roman of CBS Sports!
Then he welcomes RJ Allen of Backline Soccer for a long look at all the news that has happened around the NWSL, from the Portland Thorns winning the International Champions Cup to the scandals at the Washington Spirit, Gotham FC, and Racing Louisville.
Plus some analysis of each of the other teams in the league.
With the U.S. women’s national team’s Olympic roster now set, Jonathan Tannenwald and R.J. Allen discuss the tough choices that Vlatko Andonovski made, and the big storylines for the team as it prepares to head to Tokyo.
On this episode of the Women’s Soccer Review, Jonathan Tannenwald talks with Backline Soccer’s Hayley Snider about the U.S. women’s national team’s upcoming games that are the last ones before the Olympic roster is set. He also talks with Footofeminin’s Daniel Marques about Paris Saint-Germain ending Lyon’s 14-year run as French champions.
On this episode, Jonathan is joined by Julia Poe of the Orlando Sentinel to look at some of the early NWSL season storylines.
Jonathan Tannenwald is joined by London-based women’s football journalist Alex Ibaceta to preview the big storylines in Sunday’s Barcelona-Chelsea UEFA women’s Champions League final.
Jonathan is joined by the legendary JP Dellacamera, ahead of his calling of the NWSL Challenge Cup final on Saturday at 1 pm on CBS, to preview the game and have a wonderful conversation on the beautiful game.