Month: March 2018

» March 30, 2018

The NWSL doesn’t do everything right. Being a newer league, it has limited funding in comparison to other sports and its business structure still needs a lot of fine tuning. […]

» March 30, 2018

This week, we combine the confusion of overfull rosters following the Boston Breakers shutdown with the return of the Australians from international duty. Predictions are meaningless in the face of […]

» March 29, 2018

This offseason, the Reign said goodbye to their longtime coach Laura Harvey, and quite a few players as well. For many fans, this movement was disconcerting. Even for those who […]

» March 29, 2018

In this episode, Charles and RJ discuss positive moments from the first week of the season, reflect on the league’s continued refereeing issues, discuss the pluses and minuses of the streaming situation, and talk […]

» March 29, 2018

*Announcer voice* And here is your weekly recap of NWSL games. Actually, I hate talking. That’s why I write. And I have no idea what sort of voice I’ll be […]

» March 28, 2018

The NWSL is back. RJ and Luis talk all about the news of week one.  – Where to find the hosts on Twitter:  RJ Allen: @TheSoccerCritic Luis G. Hernandez: @RadioactivClown […]

» March 27, 2018

Greetings, friends, and welcome to the first installment of Points of Pride. Each week, I’ll give three takeaways, two match quotes, and one point to look for going forward into the […]

» March 26, 2018

Warning: This power ranking is not reactionary. This power ranking takes outside factors like weather and injuries into account. It has bias—yours when you read it and mine when I […]

» March 26, 2018

Emma Bayer is an 11-year-old who does a recurring interview series for Backline Soccer. You can find more out about how Emma got into soccer here. Jess McDonald has played in […]

» March 25, 2018

  TSR takes a look at Chicago, Utah and Washington as the season heads toward the start. – You can also find us on iTunes.  – Where to find the hosts […]

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