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 of the WSR, Jonathan is joined by French soccer journalist Sylvain Jamet to preview the International Friendly between France and the USWNT on Tuesday.
Jonathan is joined by Mia Eriksson (mia_eriksson) to preview the International friendly between Sweden and the USWNT.
Kevin and Duane talk about yesterday’s match between the USWNT and the CanWNT, about the rumour of Thierry Henry taking over at AFC Bournemouth, about the Europa League and some games they look forward to this weekend.
Jonathan and Duane talk about the She Believes Cup and recent news regarding both the USWNT and the CanWNT.
Jonathan Tannenwald is joined by the founder of the Equalizer, Jeff Kassouf to preview the upcoming match between the Netherlands and the USWNT, and some discussion about the state of the game, the media, and more!
Jonathan is joined by soccer writer Claire Watkins to talk NWSL Fall Series and the upcoming USWNT camp.
On this episode of WSR,
Jonathan and Duane are joined by Kelsey Trainor of The Equalizer to talk about the dismissal of the USWNT lawsuit against the USSF and more.