The 2019 SheBelieves Cup left the U.S. women’s national team with more questions than answers, so the Equalizer Podcast Team took a deep breath, reflected on the tournament, and came up with all the ways they could improve the situation.
This week Dan Lauletta, Chelsey Bush, and John Halloran put their heads together to figure out what exactly the USWNT can do about that midfield, and how they can shore up a shaky defense to back up a well-tuned offense. They also tackle the delicate issue of the gender discrimination lawsuit brought by current USWNT players against U.S. Soccer Federation, and as always, do their best to answer your burning questions.
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