» June 1, 2018

Today I want to challenge one of the most durable, and least well-founded, myths in women’s soccer: the idea that there is an “international level,” where play is more difficult […]

» April 25, 2018

  It was a long week of games and so many draws happened. We’re going to break them down and talk about al the NWSL and USWNT news of the […]

» April 13, 2018

Congratulations, NWSL fans: we got through the international break! And even though we didn’t get to see our favorite clubs play this past week, we did get to see some […]

» April 9, 2018

The two friendlies this week against Mexico weren’t the highest quality games the US has ever played. The shape wasn’t always compact and both defense and goalkeeping left something to […]

» April 5, 2018

WSL Title Race The NWSL may have just started but other leagues are nearing the end of their current seasons. One, in particular, is WSL1, which saw a big shock […]

» March 14, 2018

The SheBelieves Cup comes at the perfect time of year, in my opinion. It is right before the start of the NWSL season, prepping the WoSo fan base for the […]

» March 4, 2018

Charles and RJ discuss the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France. What does the USWNT need to do to prepare? Who might be on the roster? What happens afterward?   You can use the Podbean […]

» February 28, 2018

The USWNT needs to win the SheBelieves Cup. If they don’t win it, they at least need to come out of it answering more questions and putting more doubt to […]

» February 27, 2018

There’s something amazing about the sport of soccer. No other sport is called the beautiful game. Normally, the term refers to the game itself, but there are times that we […]

» February 20, 2018

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 […]

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