An international break not only brings an almost complete reprieve from NWSL action (we see you, Sky Blue and Washington) but also a shift in focus for the show. With the U.S. women’s national team embracing a set of friendlies against China, it’s time for the podcast to embrace every decision, issue, tactic and debate under Jill Ellis’ purview.
To do that, Richard Farley is joined by John Halloran, who ventured to Sandy, Utah, to take in the first leg of the teams’ two-match set, experiencing all the lineup intrigues, low blocks, and goal scarcity that goes along with it. What did John learn from being on the ground with the U.S. during the first half of this international break?
Then, Richard is joined by Chelsey Bush, who not only offered her view on the U.S.’ 1-0, Thursday night win but also joined him in answering your listener questions in the final act of the show.
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