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26 May 2022

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  • Whatever! : The Crime Thread
    26 May 2022
    Author: Bandwagon
    Subject: The Crime Thread
    Posted: 25 May 2022 at 11:41pm

    Newryrep wrote:

    horsebox wrote:

    Will be interesting to see the NRA's reaction to this.


    Along the lines that if the teachers had been armed they may have been able to prevent this 
  • Away days + World Cup 2022 Accommodation and Travel : Ukraine Away 14 June 2022
    26 May 2022
    Author: lukesmyth9
    Subject: Ukraine Away 14 June 2022
    Posted: 25 May 2022 at 11:23pm

    Claret Murph wrote:

    lukesmyth9 wrote:

    Anybody who is on the Shannon - Modlin flight on Sunday, a couple of us are staying in Warsaw that night and travelling down by train at about midday to Lodz
    Yer myself and Mrs Claret are on that one , still can't get my head around transport as there is a train that is the last to leave the airport at 00.28 and we get in 00.05 can't see us making it really and a taxi is €48 , hummm have you seen anything i have missed Luke ? 

    Same as what i have seen, there are 4 of us, if we can get a big taxi for 6 that would be 8 each!
  • On the Terraces • Re: ALL Transfer talk - merged thread
    26 May 2022
    Sportsmail understands that Arsenal’s contract offer to Eddie Nketiah is a five-year deal worth in the region of £100k-per-week. Nketiah has also been offered a huge signing on bonus, believed to be up to £5m over the course of the deal. [@SamiMokbel81_DM] #afc
    I’m okay with him (and Elneny) staying so we can concentrate our limited resources on 1 striker (not 2) and a midfielder but £100k a week is madness. We’ll never be able to shift him so that’s basically Nketiah at Arsenal for 5 more years. Better hope he’s useful otherwise he’ll be another deadweight we’ll end up paying to leave

    Statistics: Posted by g88ner — Wed May 25, 2022 9:38 pm

  • On the Terraces • Re: other matches this weekend
    26 May 2022
    Maureen in pure grey haired Leland Palmer secrets to hide, breakdown look.

    Statistics: Posted by Perryashburtongroves — Wed May 25, 2022 9:15 pm

  • On the Terraces • Re: Mikel Arteta, success or failure? - Merged thread.
    26 May 2022
    At this stage it would be foolish to sack the manager. The players clearly believe in him. Not only that he's learnt some crucial and harsh lessons that will see him develop. It seems he needs 3 seasons to get the team to CL level. His first season 19/20 was bedding in. 20/21 was a clearing out and remaining stable. 21/22 was the developing of the young team, and a top 4 finish was integral to the next stage, which we didn't make.
    Looking back on our own history it takes 3 seasons to develop a title challenging/ winning team. The problem Arteta had is that he virtually had to start from scratch, without the experience of Wenger, Graham or even Emery. That was the huge risk and on that the risk, unfortunately, hasn't worked.
    Next season will be a time for the managers and players to deliver. Changing the manager now would put the team in disarray, unless that manager is klopp, pep, ancellotti, Conte or Tuchel.



    There will be fcuk all players left to be in disarray so maybe this is the right time to do it

    Honestly buddy I have seen some weak arguments put up in defence of this clown, but yours is up there with the worst of them - the "players clearly believe in him" comments is puzzling as I see or hear fcuk all that suggests that is the case. I dont see a tight bond between players and manager in games - I dont see players working their nuts off for him week in and week out, and you dont even see any of those cringy examples of players celebrating a goal with the manager. You are basing your statement on the back of comments from the swiss turd who pep's cone boy has always defended, and of course odeargod who even ramsdale has stated is arteta's pet

    The useless c.unt is going nowhere this summer and I know that, but the man lost 13 league games in both of the last two seasons, so that suggests fcuk all progress - the perceived progress is down to the collapse of rivals like manure, and we cant depend on that happening again next season
    Basing my opinion by what I see on the pitch not what Xhaka says. Lost 13 games only drew 3 but won 22 games. Only 4 less than the invincible season. Klopps Liverpool lost 9 games last season but no one picks that out. Losing 13 is too many but how many of that was down to Arteta? Red cards and penalties conceded aren't down to the manager, that's down to the players. Why is it Liverpool haven't conceded a penalty for 48 league matches?
    I do wonder if you even watch Arsenal matches anymore with some of your posts this season.



    It is an obvious comeback I know but you do know that xhaka is pep's main man ? There is no way arteta can be blameless for the ones xhaka was involved in cos he continues to pick him despite the swiss turd being at fault for several previous penalties and red cards

    Statistics: Posted by augie — Wed May 25, 2022 8:41 pm

  • On the Terraces • Re: Mikel Arteta, success or failure? - Merged thread.
    26 May 2022
    Next season will be a time for the managers and players to deliver. Changing the manager now would put the team in disarray, unless that manager is klopp, pep, ancellotti, Conte or Tuchel.
    Agree.

    Captain Black has to qualify for Champions League or as a bare minimum win a cup next season. Excepting Herbert Chapman (oddly), every manager who has won something has done it by their 4th season, and few last more than about 4 seasons without winning another trophy (except Wenger who got a free pass). Wenger and Graham did it their first full seasons. Mee in 1970 after starting in 1966 (gone by 1976), Neill in 1979 after starting in 1976 (gone in 1983). Allison won something as soon as he took charge, and Whittaker only took a couple of seasons post war to win the league.

    Captain Black’s FA Cup win in his first season was with Wenger’s/Emery’s team but he needs to do it on his terms. A top 4 trophy will do next season, but the kudos from the FA Cup win will soon expire…
    For me it already has expired. That cup win was more down to Aubameyang than anything Arteta did. Pundits saying he's taken this team as far as he can are hopelessly I'll informed. We're about 2/3 or the way back IMO. I remember GG team in 87/88 leading the league, unbeaten for about 20 games then just ran out of steam/ loss form towards the end of the season. Pressure got to them. To pull it round from bottom after 3 games, -9 hd, to 5th does show some ability.

    Statistics: Posted by Nos89 — Wed May 25, 2022 8:40 pm

  • On the Terraces • Re: Mikel Arteta, success or failure? - Merged thread.
    26 May 2022
    At this stage it would be foolish to sack the manager. The players clearly believe in him. Not only that he's learnt some crucial and harsh lessons that will see him develop. It seems he needs 3 seasons to get the team to CL level. His first season 19/20 was bedding in. 20/21 was a clearing out and remaining stable. 21/22 was the developing of the young team, and a top 4 finish was integral to the next stage, which we didn't make.
    Looking back on our own history it takes 3 seasons to develop a title challenging/ winning team. The problem Arteta had is that he virtually had to start from scratch, without the experience of Wenger, Graham or even Emery. That was the huge risk and on that the risk, unfortunately, hasn't worked.
    Next season will be a time for the managers and players to deliver. Changing the manager now would put the team in disarray, unless that manager is klopp, pep, ancellotti, Conte or Tuchel.



    There will be fcuk all players left to be in disarray so maybe this is the right time to do it

    Honestly buddy I have seen some weak arguments put up in defence of this clown, but yours is up there with the worst of them - the "players clearly believe in him" comments is puzzling as I see or hear fcuk all that suggests that is the case. I dont see a tight bond between players and manager in games - I dont see players working their nuts off for him week in and week out, and you dont even see any of those cringy examples of players celebrating a goal with the manager. You are basing your statement on the back of comments from the swiss turd who pep's cone boy has always defended, and of course odeargod who even ramsdale has stated is arteta's pet

    The useless c.unt is going nowhere this summer and I know that, but the man lost 13 league games in both of the last two seasons, so that suggests fcuk all progress - the perceived progress is down to the collapse of rivals like manure, and we cant depend on that happening again next season
    Basing my opinion by what I see on the pitch not what Xhaka says. Lost 13 games only drew 3 but won 22 games. Only 4 less than the invincible season. Klopps Liverpool lost 9 games last season but no one picks that out. Losing 13 is too many but how many of that was down to Arteta? Red cards and penalties conceded aren't down to the manager, that's down to the players. Why is it Liverpool haven't conceded a penalty for 48 league matches?
    I do wonder if you even watch Arsenal matches anymore with some of your posts this season.

    Statistics: Posted by Nos89 — Wed May 25, 2022 8:32 pm

  • On the Terraces • Re: ALL Transfer talk - merged thread
    26 May 2022
    Sportsmail understands that Arsenal’s contract offer to Eddie Nketiah is a five-year deal worth in the region of £100k-per-week. Nketiah has also been offered a huge signing on bonus, believed to be up to £5m over the course of the deal. [@SamiMokbel81_DM] #afc
    If that’s true that is shocking - he Is worth about half that given his goal return.

    What on earth will that do for Saka / ESR / Martinelli who are on significantly less but contributed far more

    Statistics: Posted by StuartL — Wed May 25, 2022 8:17 pm

  • On the Terraces • Re: other matches this weekend
    26 May 2022
    One shot on target in the whole game for Roma and they scored.

    Jose gonna shit house his way to another trophy.

    Statistics: Posted by rodders999 — Wed May 25, 2022 8:16 pm

  • On the Terraces • Re: May 26, 1989 - Greatest Moment Ever.
    26 May 2022
    The game was originally scheduled for 23rd April - which was the weekend after Hillsborough and naturally got postponed - by the way the match tickets from the original date were retained and used.

    Caught a travel club coach from Highbury - there was a guy attempting to flog “champions” badges and we told him we’d buy one tomorrow.
    Our coach was raucous singing all the way up - unbelievable belief you could call it.

    We came to a halt on the motorway, thanks to traffic, still miles and miles from Liverpool, then like an Angel a police outrider appeared, told us kick off had been delayed and escorted us up the hard shoulder past all the queues.

    Got to the ground I’d guess about 20 mins in…row2 of the seats to the right hand side of Lukic in goal and asked if we had missed anything…Bould’s header off the line I was told.

    The rest of the match you know all too well I imagine.

    At half time we sung the best rendition of maybe it’s because I’m a Londoner I’ve ever heard ( do we ever sing that anymore at away’s ?)
    In the whole match video, I can see myself just before half-time when Lukic does a kick with my St George flag unfurled.

    I said to my mate Lee after Smith scored “ we are going to fucking do it “
    My other mate who travelled up with us was in the corner terrace, but somehow joined us in the seats for the final 20 mins or so.

    Our fans were awsome, never stopped believing, even after Micky T missed an easier one on one.

    To be fair the scousers were great, they stayed for the trophy presentation, applauded us and the team and a few made their way down to shake hands etc.

    Outside the ground we poured out, knackered, hoarse and joyously made our way back to the coaches and on our way out of the city, many a front door was open and had people (presumably Evertonians) applauding us.

    Our coach was quieter on the way back than on the way up as we were all just spent, exhausted but we were the first coach back to Highbury where at 3am or whatever time it was there were still fans there celebrating and they treated us like conquering hero’s as if it was us that had won it.
    We had backslaps, drinks proffered, and an impromptu conga through the coach and out of the emergency exit.


    I have no hesitation in saying it was the best night of my life and will never be beaten….I don’t care what happens.

    I had just turned 20 and seen my team win the league for the first time, in the most dramatic style ever - I loved them all, still do.

    Thankfully we managed to get programmes, and kept my match ticket ( along with all my other away tickets)
    I subsequently managed to get the programme signed by the whole team by a friend of a friend who was mated with Perry Groves.

    I have also had my 89 away shirt signed by about 12 players and George - but still missing the elusive Micky T on it.

    Oh and as a result of an each way Yankee I put on at the start of the season, I won about £700 as I had backed us, Chelsea for the 2nd Division, Wolves (Bull and Mutch) for Div 3 and Orient for Div4 who let me down and finished about 6th I think.(they had Campbell on loan from us for a while)

    The parade from Highbury to the Town Hall on the Sunday was just an outpouring of joy and delight and I took lots of photo’s.

    Statistics: Posted by StuartL — Wed May 25, 2022 8:06 pm

Women's Soccer Blogs

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26 May 2022

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  • Anatomy of a Goal: Daly, Dash playing winning soccer
    26 May 2022

    There was a time not so long ago that the Houston Dash figured out ways to lose matches. The 2022 National Women’s Soccer League regular season is young, but it seems like the Dash may have turned a corner under acting head coach Sarah Lowdown.

    On Saturday, they played the Thorns in Portland, where the Dash were 2-7-0 all-time. Sure, the Dash beat the Thorns in the 2020 Challenge Cup semifinal, but the head-to-head had been mostly one-sided (13-4-4 Thorns in all competitions heading into the match). The first half on Saturday featured chances from both sides but as first-half stoppage time approached, there were no goals on the board. In fact, the Thorns had still not conceded a goal during the regular season. And then the Dash put together a winning moment.

    How the Dash won possession: Following Jane Campbell’s save on Morgan Weaver, the keeper booted the ball into midfield and after a few different heads got on it the Thorns sent a probing long ball over the top, where Campbell got back on the ball. She casually played it to Katie Naughton, who then passed to Ally Prisock. The Thorns did not press. It was the final minute of stoppage time.

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  • FA form New England Women’s Blind Team
    25 May 2022

    The FA have announced the formation of a new England women’s blind team. Ciaran Morrison reports from St. George’s Park, where the side held their first official training camp utilising the world-class facilities on site and the [...]

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  • For new KC Current president Allison Howard, it’s time to build something different
    25 May 2022

    The vision. The stadium. The owners.

    Allison Howard was already a vice president with the Los Angeles Lakers, but when the opportunity arose to become the Kansas City Current’s first team president, she knew she wanted to be involved. It is the stadium that ultimately sold Howard on the vision put forth by team owners Angie and Chris Long, and Brittany Mahomes.

    “For me, all roads lead to 2024,” Howard said of the as yet unbuilt venue that will be the first one ever constructed specifically with the National Women’s Soccer League in mind. “This stadium and the construction of it, the reasoning behind it. The way I’m looking at this is, these next couple of years, we are going to create and design a blueprint — a playbook — for not only women’s sports, but all sports. Really how all sports should be managed.”

    The stadium, tentatively scheduled to open in 2024, will be built on seven acres of land at Berkley Riverfront Park on the Missouri side of Kansas City. The 11,500-seat venue will be privately financed by Current ownership — although a report last week stated that the Longs will seek $6 million in state support now that the cost has nearly doubled due to material, labor, and 500 additional seats. Howard figures to spend plenty of time there wearing her hard hat, something she used to do on a much more regular basis after graduating from the University of Dayton with a degree in civil engineering.

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  • Nine departures from Charlton Athletic Women
    25 May 2022

    Charlton Athletic Women have confirmed the departure of nine first-team players, whose contracts are ending this summer. Sophie Hillyerd, Rebecca Jane, Vyan Sampson, Hollie Olding, Jess King, Elisha Sulola and Elise Hughes all depart, while [...]

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  • Sheffield United Women’s Courtney Sweetman-Kirk signs new contract
    25 May 2022

    Courtney Sweetman-Kirk has signed a new deal after winning Sheffield United’s Golden Boot and Manager’s Player of the Season award. Sweetman-Kirk ended the last campaign as the club’s top goal scorer with 14 goals, third [...]

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  • Sheffield United forward Sweetman-Kirk agrees new deal
    25 May 2022
    Sheffield United forward Courtney Sweetman-Kirk has agreed a new contract with the club for next season.

    The 31-year-old experienced campaigner led The Blades’ front-line well this season, ending the campaign as the club’s top scorer with 14 goals in all competitions.

    The player has now agreed to stay on with Sheffield United for another year with FAWSL Full-Time being informed of the news via an official club press release this afternoon.

    After signing on again with The Blades, Sweetman-Kirk said “I’m buzzing to be back. Everyone can see I’ve enjoyed myself this season and as long as I’m scoring goals, I’m happy.

    “It was a no-brainer for me when I sat down with Redders, I’ve immensely enjoyed my time here.”

    Sweetman-Kirk has enjoyed a successful career to date which has seen her play top flight football for Lincoln Ladies, Notts County, Doncaster Rovers Belles, Everton and Liverpool. The forward joined current club Sheffield United in 2020 and she has scored 16 goals in 39 appearances for The Blades in the FA Women’s Championship.

    Neil Redfearn’s side ended the 2021/2022 campaign in seventh place in the FA Women’s Championship table but they showed significant signs of growth in the second half of the season. The Blades have lost just twice in the league in 2022 and they will be keen to kick on next season.

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  • Southampton announce full-time switch following promotion
    25 May 2022
    Southampton have announced the news that their women’s football programme will turn full-time this summer as the club prepare for their debut season in the FA Women’s Championship.

    The Saints were promoted to the second tier with a 1-0 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers in the FA Women’s National League Championship Play-Off Final in Stockport on Saturday. Sophia Pharoah netted the only goal of the game in the first half at Edgeley Park.

    With Southampton now preparing for a first season in the elite game, the club have today announced their decision to go full-time professional. As a result, the club will use the facilities at Staplewood Campus and receive the very best support.

    Speaking following the announcement, manager Marieanne Spacey-Cale said “The change in status for Southampton FC Women from part-time to full-time is an exciting one.

    “We are aware of the challenge moving into the Championship will bring on the pitch, so having quality time with the squad based at Staplewood will support this transition and give us a good chance to settle into the league.

    “The Club are extremely supportive of this transition into full-time and have been all in getting the application process and the detail right to ensure this can happen for season 2022/2023 in the Women’s Championship.”

    Southampton have only operated as a senior women’s team since the 2017/2018 season. The club started out with strong ambitions of reaching the women’s elite game and they have finally made that dream a reality. The Saints will now hope to be competitive in the FA Women’s Championship before pushing on towards the top level of the women’s game.

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  • Southampton FC Women to go full-time
    25 May 2022

    Southampton FC Women are to switch from part-time to full-time after securing promotion to the second tier. Stepping up to the FA Women’s Championship next season sees the Saints’ Women’s programme gear up to a full-time [...]

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  • Manchester City announce departures of goalkeeper Taieb and midfielder Weir
    25 May 2022
    Manchester City pair Karima Benameur Taieb and Caroline Weir will leave the club upon the expiry of their contracts this summer according to reports on The Cityzens’ official website.

    Taieb and Weir become the latest players to leave The Academy Stadium following the recent departures of Janine Beckie, Georgia Stanway and Jill Scott. Karen Bardsley has also recently announced her retirement.

    Goalkeeper Taieb started the season as Manchester City’s third choice goalkeeper but she ended up being thrown into the action with Ellie Roebuck and Bardsley out injured. The 33-year-old featured in a difficult period for the club but continued to display courage and determination in-between the sticks. Taieb made 17 appearances for The Cityzens in all competitions in 2021/2022.

    Midfielder Weir is undoubtedly Manchester City’s biggest loss this summer. The Scotland international has enjoyed four hugely impressive years with the club after arriving at The Academy Stadium in summer 2018. Weir has carved out a reputation for scoring wonderful goals for Manchester City, particularly in the derbies against rivals Manchester United. In total, she has scored 38 goals in 124 appearances in a Manchester City shirt. The player has recently been linked with a move to Spain with Real Madrid said to be interested.

    Manchester City have thanked both players for their efforts during their time at the club.

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26 May 2022

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  • The Canadian Championship Special STATS, SCORES, & BRACKET - Soccer Today (May 25th, 2022)
    25 May 2022
    Today on ST,

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  • Touchlinefracas - Everybody go chop breakfast
    25 May 2022

    FINAL DAY OF THE SEASON and there was a lot to play for. Morayo was joined by Disu, Ellis, Lewis and Sai as they reacted to results all over the table. They discussed a crazy last 48 hours in world football before finishing with listeners questions and more.

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  • 480. Washington Commanders Team Preview
    25 May 2022

    Host Ian Hartitz is joined by PFF champion of sword fighting Dwain McFarland to break down every fantasy angle possible for the 2022 Commanders. The guys start things off by discussing the team's offseason coaching and roster changes before deep-diving into the quarterback, running back, wide receiver, and tight end depth charts. Are we underrating Carson Wentz providing some upside QB2 value thanks to his improved weaponry? Will Antonio Gibson ever reach his upside RB1 potential? Is Terry McLaurin in store for an absolutely massive campaign? All that and much more in another team preview edition of The PFF Fantasy Football Podcast.

  • Equal Pay Victory | United States Women's National Soccer Team
    25 May 2022

    For the first time ever both men and women will pool together FIFA World Cup prize money; sharing the spoils equally after United States Women's National Soccer Team reach an agreement with the United States Soccer Federation.


    The United States women's national soccer team represents the United States in international women's soccer. The team is the most successful in international women's soccer, winning four Women's World Cup titles, four Olympic gold medals, and eight CONCACAF Gold Cups.


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  • Third Season Syndrome | Planet SkyFF S. 3 Ep. 42 | Sky Fantasy Football
    25 May 2022

    On the final Sky Fantasy Football Podcast of this season Suj & James discuss their final season ranks, regrets and Suj's near miss in the May manager of the month.

    There's a review of the best performing players since both the Overhaul and the March international break and one team's defensive assets could stand out as a target for next season.

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  • The essence of Wayne Lineker
    25 May 2022

    On the eve of Jose Mourinho’s fifth European final, he’s finally gone and binned the Special One tag. This time, it’s for the people.


    A sceptical Marcus, Andy and Jim bring you all the squad news from *checks notes* Harry Maguire’s England, as Jarrod Bowen can finally escape his uncle’s potato farm for the summer. Plus, we cast our eyes over the Kylian Mbappé saga and pour one out for Florentino Pérez! Well, before pouring out one for our own reputations as we unveil another round of dire predictions.


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  • Episode 31: End of Season Review + Podcast Update!
    25 May 2022

    Welcome back to the New Era of Pitch Side FC! This will be the first of two episodes this week. This is more of an update episode for the Podcast. I address the big elephant in the room, so we can move forward in the podcast. I go back to episode 2 of the podcast and see how well I did with my predictions before the season and see how accurate they were. Make sure you leave some feedback on the episode!

  • Soccer Files: The Return of Pro Soccer to Atlanta in 1979
    25 May 2022
    The Atlanta Chiefs returned to Atlanta in 1979, thinking soccer's time had come in Georgia. It wasn't the right time in Colorado, where the Caribous of Colorado only lasted one year before being sold to Atlanta ownership. Hear the details of how the rock band Chicago, Ted Turner, and many others were involved in the return of pro soccer to Atlanta.
  • Liverpool FC Pod - Uncomfortable Conversations | Kop End Fracas
    25 May 2022

    Welcome back to another episode of the most must listen Liverpool FC podcast on the e-streets, you are of course locked in to Kop End Fracas (Brought to you by Touchline Media Group).


    This week Mush is joined by Fahi, Peter and Anik to discuss all things Liverpool Football Club!


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Women's Soccer Podcasts

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26 May 2022

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  • Talking About the Women's Professional Game in Canada, and About the Nomination of Breagha Carr-Harris - Women's Soccer Review (May 2022)
    17 May 2022
    Every journey has an end point, for the beautiful game in Canada, a professional team is that end point, and for this podcast, this is the finale.

    Welcome to the last episode of the Women's Soccer Review.

    Jonathan Tannenwald reunites with Duane Rollins to chat about the Women's game in Canada, the nomination of Breagha Carr-Harris by Canada Soccer, and reminisce on the journey of this show.

    Thank you very much to Jonathan Tannenwald for his great work and interviews over the last 2 and a half years.
    Wishing the best to all of you who have listened over the years, thank you!
  • Talking About the Women's Professional Game in Canada, and About the Nomination of Breagha Carr-Harris - Women's Soccer Review (May 2022)
    17 May 2022
    Every journey has an ed point, for the beautiful game in Canada, a professional team is that end point, and for this podcast, this is the finale.Welcome to the last episode of the Women's Soccer Review.Jonathan Tannenwald reunites with Duane Rollins to chat about the Women's game in Canada, the nomination of Breagha Carr-Harris by Canada Soccer, and reminisce on the journey of this show.Thank you very much to Jonathan Tannenwald for his great work and interviews over the last 2 and a half years.Wishing the best to all of you who have listened over the years, thank you!
  • Episode 203: Imani Dorsey, Scott Parkinson, Alex Morgan, Abby Erceg, Carson Pickett
    15 May 2022
    What does it mean to be a professional? And how does being a professional fit in with the concept of teamwork? On this episode, we hear from a few of the biggest stars in the NWSL who discuss just this topic!

    Imani Dorsey
    Professional athlete, spokesperson, advocate, and overall great person – NJ/NY Gotham FC super star Imani Dorsey stops by to share her football journey, why it’s important to use her platform for social causes, and more.

    Why all the love for NJ/NY Gotham FC super star Imani Dorsey? Just take a listen to this exclusive interview and it becomes perfectly clear. The consummate professional, shows why she has become a favorite among coaches, teammates, and fans. (14’)

    Scott Parkinson
    What does Gotham Head Coach Scott Parkinson think of Imani and what does she bring to the team on and off the pitch? His answer will surprise you! (10’)

    Alex Morgan
    Sticking with the professional theme, SD Wave forward Alex Morgan talks about what makes a good road team, the importance of being a good teammate, and how the Wave are improving. It’s always great to hear from Alex! (46')

    Challenge Cup Winners
    North Carolina stars Abby Erceg and Carson Pickett talk to the media after their Challenge Cup Final win against Washington Spirit. Where can the league grow, how can they improve the tournament in the future and more! Abby and Carson are honest and candid. Do not miss their presser!(56’)

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    Visit Gotham on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gothamfc/
    Black players for Change - https://blackplayersforchange.org/black-out-stories-imani-dorsey/
    The Black Women’s Player Collective - https://www.bwplayercollective.org/
    NWSL Game Changers with Imani Dorsey - https://youtu.be/0BClk7tjSdA
    Don't miss Patty's new YouTube Show Mission California - https://www.youtube.com/c/MissionCalifornia

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    Original Broadcast Date: May 14, 2022

    Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited and produced by Patty La Bella.
    Additional assistance for this episode by Imani Dorsey, Mike Kowalsky of NJ/NY Gotham FC, Emma Vanderhyden of San Diego Wave FC.

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  • Talk Timbers | May 11, 2022
    13 May 2022

    Hosts Judah Newby, Jake Zivin and Liam Ridgewell discuss the team's recent long road trip for MLS and U.S. Open Cup matches and the play of Santiago Moreno and David Bingham in those games. We also hear from Timbers head coach Giovanni Savarese, check in on headlines around the league, and a preview of Portland's upcoming home match against Sporting KC.

  • Haley Carter Speaks on Her Incredible Fight for the Afghanistan Women's National Team + NWSL Challenge Cup,/Regular Season News and Women's Champions League Final Preview
    07 May 2022

    Episode 50 of Give n' Go features an exclusive interview with Haley Carter the former Head Coach of the Afghanistan Women's Soccer Team and the trials and tribulations of garnering quality and giving the women of Afghanistan a safe place to play in a war-torn country. CEO and Founder of GSN, Jen Gruskoff had a sitdown with Haley Carter to discuss all this and more! Plus host Rohtas Wadera breaks down all the latest NWSL Challenge Cup and Regular Season news and previewing the Women's Champions League Final.



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  • A preview of #NYvPOR, MLssoccer.com's Tom Bogert and more | Talk Timbers | May 4, 2022
    05 May 2022

    On this episode of Talk Timbers, hosts Judah Newby, Jake Zivin and Joe Sleven discuss the Timbers' loss to Colorado, have a look back at the amazing PTFC for Peace charity match for UNICEF USA, preview Portland's upcoming game against the New York Red Bulls and chat with MLSsoccer.com's Tom Bogert.

  • Season 10 of NWSL
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    In episode #340 of the Mixxed Zone, Jen “The Keeper” Cooper talks NWSL Season 10 with Paramount+ broadcast announcer Lisa Roman. Roman is also co-host of the CBS Sporst NWSL podcast called “The Attacking Third.”

    Jen and Lisa review the 2022 NWSL Challenge Cup and the recent off-field drama leading up to the start of NWSL Season 10. They also discuss which NWSL players are making a case for one of the 20 spots on the USWNT roster for this summer’s Concacaf W Championship. That event will serve as qualifying for both the 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia & New Zealand, and also the 2024 Olympics in Paris.

    Note that there is no “Jensplaining” segment in this episode, but it will return in the next episode.

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    And be sure to check out the latest edition of the Keeper Notes NWSL Almanac! The 400-page comprehensive guide includes the first nine seasons of NWSL (2013-2021) and the Challenge Cup . You can’t get this info all in one place anywhere else! The almanac is available in both PDF and print format. Keeper Notes has also published its first-ever almanac of all the NWSL championship finals.

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  • Episode 84: Maya Turner
    28 April 2022
    Matt sits down with soccer star turned football kicker Maya Turner to learn about how she first considered kicking, the insane nature of punting a lemon shaped ball, attempting to make tackles, how her super accurate long balls in soccer translated immediately for field goals, her decision to head across the border to Manitoba, and more!
  • A look at Timbers U15s GA Cup win + Gavin Wilkinson | Talk Timbers | Apr. 20, 2022
    21 April 2022

    In this latest episode of Talk Timbers, hosts Judah Newby, Jake Zivin and Liam Ridgewell welcome Timbers President of Soccer Gavin Wilkinson to discuss the the Timbers U15 Academy team's inspiring win in the 2022 Generation adidas Cup final in Texas and what it means to the club as well as share information about the PTFC for Peace charity match with both Timbers and Thorns players. Wilkinson is also interviewed about how the Timbers season has gone to date and potential signings on the horizon. Finally, Judah, Jake and Liam recap the Timbers' 0-0 draw with Houston and preview the upcoming home match against Real Salt Lake.

  • Episode 83: Cassidy Sepnieski
    21 April 2022
    Mark gives some general summer league updates on WPSL squads in the "Minnesota" conference and then jumps into a deep dive conversation with Cassidy Sepnieski who designed MN Aurora FC's new kits about her start in minor league baseball, why good kit design matters for lower league soccer clubs, her groundbreaking work with Forward Madison, working with Peter Wilt, how she got connected to Aurora, and more!

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  • Anatomy of a Goal: Daly, Dash playing winning soccer
    26 May 2022

    There was a time not so long ago that the Houston Dash figured out ways to lose matches. The 2022 National Women’s Soccer League regular season is young, but it seems like the Dash may have turned a corner under acting head coach Sarah Lowdown.

    On Saturday, they played the Thorns in Portland, where the Dash were 2-7-0 all-time. Sure, the Dash beat the Thorns in the 2020 Challenge Cup semifinal, but the head-to-head had been mostly one-sided (13-4-4 Thorns in all competitions heading into the match). The first half on Saturday featured chances from both sides but as first-half stoppage time approached, there were no goals on the board. In fact, the Thorns had still not conceded a goal during the regular season. And then the Dash put together a winning moment.

    How the Dash won possession: Following Jane Campbell’s save on Morgan Weaver, the keeper booted the ball into midfield and after a few different heads got on it the Thorns sent a probing long ball over the top, where Campbell got back on the ball. She casually played it to Katie Naughton, who then passed to Ally Prisock. The Thorns did not press. It was the final minute of stoppage time.

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  • Mouths of the South 246: Back from the Injured List
    26 May 2022
    Photo by Rich von Biberstein/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

    Wish we could say this for a good bit of ATLUTD’s roster.

    The Mouths of the South got a little banged up, but after a brief stint on the trainer’s table, Eric, Sam, and Payson are back talkin’ Five Stripes footy! They discuss Atlanta United’s impressive run of form in the attack, the exact opposite of that in the defense, another injury blow with Andrew Gutman, salaries, the impending return of Josef Martinez, and more!

    Hosts:

    Eric Quintana (@EricGQuintana)

    Sam Franco (@samjfranco)

    Payson Schwin (@Paysoninho)

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  • Haaland joins Manchester City: How this may affect Premier League 2022/23
    26 May 2022

    What happens when arguably the best team in the world signs arguably the best player in the world in the one position where they’re lacking? Manchester City, who just wrapped up a fifth Premier League title in four seasons despite having just one senior striker in the first-team squad, have also secured the services of Norwegian goal machine Erling Haaland. Aged just 21, the Leeds-born forward has scored 155 goals in 200 club appearances plus another 15 in his 17 caps for Norway. The mere thought of what he could achieve with a Guardiola side arranged behind him is fairly terrifying.

    Indeed, despite an impressively consistent second half to the season just ended, Liverpool couldn’t catch the Citizens without Haaland. Given that his stats and physical attributes will have bettors flocking to visit Oddsninja.com to get their money on Haaland for the league’s top scorer, what must Jurgen Klopp be thinking as he plans how to unseat the reigning champions? Actually, that’s something we’ll be touching on as we look at the potential repercussions of the £50million+ transfer of the summer, so let’s read on…

    It might not be about the Premier League

    It’s been said in the past that to be in Premier League contention, you need at least one striker who’ll fetch you 20 goals a season. This has been proven solidly wrong: City’s top marksman in the competition, Kevin de Bruyne, isn’t even a striker. Their most productive centre-forward was Gabriel Jesus, with eight, and he might be leaving. So it’s not that they need Haaland’s goals to retain their title.

    What it might affect is their performance in European competition. So many Premier League titles, so many expensively-acquired and heavily-garlanded players, and City have yet to even reach a final in, let alone win, the Champions League. Given that Klopp is targeting his second such crown for Liverpool, Guardiola must be looking wistfully on as the Reds face his semi-final conquerors, Real Madrid, in this weekend’s showpiece event.

    Will Haaland “fit in”? 

    Manchester City under Guardiola have elevated soccer to, if not an art form, then at least some kind of conceptual statement. At their best, they’re a blur of quick passes and surreal changes of pace. Erling Haaland is 6’4 of muscle and controlled aggression. How will he work in a Guardiola side?

    The answer is “probably very well, and don’t be so shallow”. Haaland fired four goals in one game for Molde when he was 17. At Red Bull Salzburg, he hit 29 in 27 games before Dortmund stepped in to make sure someone else didn’t sign him. He then went on to hit the net 86 times in 89 games for them. None of these sides – well, definitely not the latter two – are simplistic route-one teams.

    Haaland has exceptional touch and great vision. His size augments those characteristics; it doesn’t eclipse them. He’s a freakishly good striker because he can beat defenders in a foot race, a wrestling bout and a chess match, sometimes all at once. He’ll fit in fine.

    However… 

    So in summary, Manchester City probably didn’t need Haaland, but they got him anyway, and he’s been brilliant for teams who couldn’t afford the best creators in the business, so he’ll probably be even more petrifying at the Etihad. Do you sense a “but”? Good. Here it is.

    He’s just one player, and teams can still only have eleven men on the pitch at the one time. Someone will miss out for Haaland to play (probably Gabriel Jesus) and so it’s not a case of simply adding him to what’s already there. City play the game a certain way and, as West Ham and Aston Villa showed in consecutive weeks, they can be “got at” by other teams. They will be vulnerable until someone invents infallible cyborg footballers – and even then, Newcastle will probably sign those.

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  • Cavani, Nunez, Godin headline Uruguay squad for USMNT friendly
    26 May 2022

    The U.S. men’s national team will face off against several European stars when Uruguay visits Kansas City this June in friendly action.

    Edinson Cavani, Darwin Núñez, and Diego Godin headline Diego Alonso’s 28-player roster for a trio of matches next month. Uruguay will first square off with Mexico on June 2 in Atlanta, Georgia before meeting the USMNT at Children’s Mercy Park in Kansas City on June 6.

    The Celeste will conclude a three-match window at Estadio Centenario in Montevideo on June 11 against Jamaica.



    Lista de convocados de @AlonsoDT para la próxima Fecha FIFA.

    (2/6)
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    (11/6)#ElEquipoQueNosUne pic.twitter.com/IAvGeNxna7

    — Selección Uruguaya (@Uruguay) May 25, 2022

    Alonso’s roster features several of the top talents within the Uruguay player pool including Cavani, Godin, and goalkeeper Fernando Muslera, who have all been stalwarts of the national team program. Younger players such as Ronald Araujo, Diego Rossi, and Nicolas De La Cruz have also been included for the trio of matches.

    Longtime forward Luis Suarez was not included in the squad despite having scored 68 goals in 132 caps for Uruguay.

    June 6th’s showdown will be the seventh all-time showdown between the USMNT and Uruguay and the first since a 1-1 draw in St. Louis, Missouri back in 2019. It will be the second of four matches for Gregg Berhalter’s side this summer, and the final friendly of the June window for the Americans before the start of the 2022-23 Concacaf Nations League.

    Uruguay finished in third place in the Conmebol World Cup Qualifying cycle, totaling 28 points in 18 matches under the former Inter Miami head coach Alonso. The Celeste was paired with South Korea, Portugal, and Ghana in Group G of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

  • Should Odell Beckham Jr. be mad that Allen Robinson got his big contract? 
    26 May 2022

    Author: Jon Kuzma

    2022-5-25T19:00

    Sean McVay wants Odell Beckham Jr. back. He talked Beckham Jr. up. And even went on to say that they’ve developed a special relationship. But why did the Rams give Allen Robinson the big contract that Beckham Jr. wanted? Obviously the Rams felt good about Robinson. Because he did great with Mitchell Trubisky. So he’ll be even better with Matthew Stafford. However Beckham Jr. just went on a huge run with the Rams. Which means you’d think he’d be a top priority. Of course that doesn’t seem to be bothering Beckham Jr. He just said he wants to go back-to-back with the Rams. That leads one to believe Beckham Jr. didn’t take it to heart. Either that or he’s downplaying his true feelings. Which is something you might do when you’re trying to find work. It still makes you wonder if Beckham Jr. is frustrated with Robinson’s deal? If McVay and Beckham Jr. really do have a great relationship. Why didn’t the Rams look out for Beckham Jr.?

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  • ´I feel 100 per cent Roma´ – Mourinho basks in Roma´s Conference League final triumph
    26 May 2022

    Jose Mourinho has declared he is “100 per cent Roma” after their 1-0 Europa Conference League final triumph over Feyenoord on Wednesday. Playing in their first continental showpiece since losing the 1991 UEFA Cup final, Nicolo Zaniolo scored the only goal for the Giallorossi, poking the ball home in the 32nd minute after chesting down Gianluca Mancini’s ball over […]

    The post ´I feel 100 per cent Roma´ – Mourinho basks in Roma´s Conference League final triumph appeared first on Soccer News.

    The post ´I feel 100 per cent Roma´ – Mourinho basks in Roma´s Conference League final triumph appeared first on Soccer News.

  • Bitesize Prediction: Mirandes vs Fuenlabrada – 27/05/22
    26 May 2022

    Competition: Spanish Segunda Market: Mirandes win Odds: 23/20 @ 888sport Looking to sign off their Segunda campaign with a flurry on Friday night, Mirandes will welcome Fuenlabrada to the Estadio Municipal de Anduva. Starting with the hosts, making an immediate return to losing ways after a toothless display last weekend, Mirandes do have the feel […]

    The post Bitesize Prediction: Mirandes vs Fuenlabrada – 27/05/22 appeared first on Soccer News.

    The post Bitesize Prediction: Mirandes vs Fuenlabrada – 27/05/22 appeared first on Soccer News.

  • Mourinho’s Roma beat Feyenoord and win the first edition of the competition
    25 May 2022
    Roma, coached by Portuguese José Mourinho, won the first edition of the Europa Conference League today, beating Feyenoord 1-0 in the final in Tirana, to win their second European trophy, 61 years later. The Italian international Nicolò Zaniolo scored, in the 32nd minute, the goal for the Romans, who already had the triumph in the […]
  • Video: Jose Mourinho’s press conference gets raided by players following Conference League win
    25 May 2022

    Jose Mourinho’s Roma defeated Feyenoord in the Europe Conference League final on Tuesday night.

    Following the victory, Mourinho took part in a press conference to discuss the win with the media. His Roma players had another idea and proceeded to burst into the media room, soaking Mourinho with alcohol whilst celebrating.

    The Portuguese manager saw the funny side, grinning from ear to ear.

    Pictures below from BT Sport.

    The moment José Mourinho's post-match press conference was interrupted so the celebrations could continue ??#UECLfinal pic.twitter.com/7012pAinFj

    — Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) May 25, 2022

    The victory meant Mourinho has now won every single European competition available, after the recent introduction of the UEFA Conference League.

    The post Video: Jose Mourinho’s press conference gets raided by players following Conference League win appeared first on CaughtOffside.

  • Video: Premier League star confirms he’d find it difficult to turn down Manchester City
    25 May 2022

    Brighton defender Marc Cucurella has confirmed he would find it difficult to turn down a move to Manchester City.

    Cucurella has been linked with a move to Manchester City in recent weeks (via the Daily Mail), after an impressive breakthrough season in the Premier League.

    When questioned on the reported interest from the Premier League champions, Cucurella has admitted it would be difficult to reject a move, as seen in the video below.

    ? Cucurella sobre el interés del @ManCity: "Si surge la oportunidad hay que aprovecharla. Hay equipos a los que no se les puede decir que no"

    Así lo ha contado en @JijantesFC #mercato pic.twitter.com/6sXIJQCJ2Q

    — Gerard Romero (@gerardromero) May 25, 2022

    Translated into English, the Spanish defender said: “If the opportunity arises, you have to take advantage of it. There are teams that you can’t say no to.”

    After Cucurella’s comments, it will be interesting to see if Manchester City make a move this summer.

    The post Video: Premier League star confirms he’d find it difficult to turn down Manchester City appeared first on CaughtOffside.

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