Author: RJ Allen

» June 19, 2019

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 wrote […]

» June 14, 2019

Ada Hegerberg doesn’t play for Norway. But this isn’t a piece about if she should or shouldn’t play for them. Alex Morgan plays for the Orlando Pride and US women’s national […]

» June 12, 2019

Pre World Cup can be a bit of a slog. This World Cup has been a summer rain washing the pollen out of the air.

» June 12, 2019

I think I finally settled on my feelings and how I see this game. And in those thoughts a few things are true. None of them are the fault of the players. 

» June 6, 2019

Tomorrow the Women’s World Cup kicks off. Finally, no more waiting, no more wondering who will be there and who will be watching from home. Actual matches will replace mere banter being being shot back and forth.

» June 6, 2019

There has been a lot of great content happening around the lead up to the Women’s World Cup kicking off on Friday. I wanted to take the time to highlight […]

» June 5, 2019

Alex Morgan has over 100 caps and 100 games for her national team. She has a World Cup title. She’s has an Olympic gold medal at home too. And an NWSL title. And a Champions League title.

» June 3, 2019

The Women’s World Cup is just a few days away. To help you prepare I’ve put together a quick guide to the six different groups. Just one note before we […]

» June 3, 2019

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 wrote […]

» June 2, 2019

We need to talk about Richie Burke. The Washington Spirit, a team that finished with just 11 points in all of 2018, are sitting at the top of the NWSL […]

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