Another week of NWSL again, another chance for the Equalizer Podcast crew to assemble. This week, the team breaks down a standout performance from Washington’s Mallory Pugh, highlights another lopsided shot difference for the North Carolina Courage, and talks about the brutally honest assessment Chicago head coach Rory Dames offered of one of his players in the wake of the Red Stars’ loss to Portland.
Also, the team talks about a rare, all-female coaching matchup in Houston and asks why the league’s attacks look so meek through two weeks of the season.
Join Richard Farley, Dan Lauletta, and Claire Watkins as episode three of the Equalizer Podcast covers the latest results from our new NWSL season …
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