Thursday, Feb 22, 2018

Backline Podcasts

RJ Allen February 15, 2018 0 comments

The Scouting Report: What Would Oprah Do?

  The TSR hosts are back with talk of the USSF election, the Breakers demise and some fun questions to get you through the end of the off season.  Please enjoy us on iTunes or below with Podbean.  Where to find the hosts on Twitter:  RJ Allen Lindsay Schwarz Becca Kimble
Backline Soccer Podcasts January 30, 2018 0 comments

Quick Kicks: The Great Furt

RJ and Luis talk about the situation in Boston along with other NWSL and US Women’s National team news.  Where to find the hosts on Twitter: RJ Allen: @TheSoccerCritic Luis G. Hernandez: @RadioactivClown The Show: @QuickKicksNews You can also play the episode on iTunes. Or below using Podbean or YouTube. 


RJ Allen February 21, 2018 0 comments

The Schedule Has Landed: NWSL Releases Schedule for 2018

The NWSL has dropped the hottest release of 2018, the schedule. The NWSL has given us the full schedule as well as the details on the NWSL Game of the Week teams. Both Jenn Hildreth and Aly Wagner will be back to call all 20 of the NWSL Game of the
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RJ Allen February 21, 2018 0 comments

The NWSL Schedule Announcement Spoiled by the NWSL

The NWSL has dropped the hottest release of 2018, the schedule. As first found by Steven Goff, the NWSL site updated and now lists dates and times for all the games.  No official @NWSL announcement yet, but here's the master schedule: — Steven Goff (@SoccerInsider) February 21, 2018 Below you
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Charles Olney February 20, 2018 0 comments

SheBelieves Preview: Germany Look to Recover From a Rotten 2017

One year ago, Germany was flying high. They arrived at the 2017 SheBelieves Cup as the Olympic champions, and one of the favorites to win the upcoming Euro championship. The six-time consecutive champions knew that this title defense would be more difficult than some in the past, but they certainly
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RJ Allen January 11, 2018 0 comments

Embracing the Fan/Media Conundrum in Women’s Soccer

There has been something on my mind lately that I can’t seem to shake. I have a hard time calling myself a fan of women’s soccer in the way I call myself a fan of baseball. Maybe it’s because I’ve been a baseball fan since my uncle, who lived just
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